103rd Women's City Championship
June 24-27, 2024
The 103rd annual WGAMI City Championship will be held at the at Maple Creek Country Club in Indianapolis, Indiana. The 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. 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.
Originally built in 1961, Maple Creek Golf & Country Club is world-renowned Pete Dye’s first 18-hole course design.
Our well manicured turf conditions are maintained by 30+ year GCSAA Superintendent, Steve Conlin. With mature tree lined fairways and small undulating greens, our course is a fun and challenging test for all levels of play.
Maple Creek became the forerunner for courses throughout the world that would bear Dye’s name. The course had an instant reputation as being one of the most challenging layouts in the entire city of Indianapolis. Set in a parkland-style landscape, Maple Creek offers a traditional feel rich in history with architectural design features that will challenge every skill level. Our members enjoy these beautiful and historic playing conditions, and they are very passionate about finding enjoyment while playing the game.