101st Women's City Championship
June 20-23, 2022
The 101st annual WGAMI City Championship will be held at Broadmoor Country Club in Indianapolis, Indiana. The $100 entry fee includes at least 2 days of greens fees, range balls (all days), a luncheon on the first day, a favor and prizes. The field is limited to the first 96 players to enter based on postmark or the date the entry was delivered if in person. The deadline to mail the entry form is June 6, 2022. Please send us an email if you have never played in the City Championship and would like to be added to our email list.
This tournament is open to an amateur female golfer who possesses a USGA handicap and is entitled to privileges of, or affiliated with a country club, golf club, or recognized golf organization or league that is a member of WGAMI and located in Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Marion, Morgan or Shelby County, Indiana.
In 1899 Scottish golfer and club maker Donald Ross crossed the Atlantic with dreams of designing courses in his newly adopted home country. Donald Ross quickly became one of the foremost designers in golf’s golden age. He provided the vision for more than 400 courses, including the renowned Pinehurst No. 2 in North Carolina.
One of Donald Ross' greatest accomplishments is Broadmoor Country Club. Broadmoor is set on 200 rolling acres, and is designed with features Donald Ross is known for; dotted with smooth greens, challenging grass bunkers and strategic sand hazards. Broadmoor was the host of the Champion’s Tour from 1988 through 1993, and welcomed some of the sport’s legends, including Gary Player, Arnold Palmer, Raymond Floyd and Lee Trevino. Unlike many Ross-designed courses, Broadmoor’s unique architecture has been expertly preserved to maintain its artistic integrity while providing a fun and challenging backdrop for the most selective golfer.
The clubhouse at Broadmoor has been recently renovated. In 2022, Broadmoor will be celebrating their 100th anniversary so lets help them celebrate with the 101st Women's City Championship.