SPRING IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER!
                                 MARCH 13                     SONY HEADQUARTERS MUSIC TOUR
                                 MARCH 31                     LEAGUE PLAY BEGINS THIS WEEK
                                 APRIL 13                       "BIRDIES, BOGIES & BURGERS" KICKOFF  - a little lunch & golf

                                 JUNE 9                          CHAPTER CHAMPIONSHIP  - competition play for stroke and scramble teams


                                                                     SONY HEADQUARTERS MUSIC TOUR  sony_music_nashville_logo.png

For those of you who wonder where the music comes from, our own Angie McGill has arranged a tour of the Sony Music Headquarters just for US! 

When:   March 13 starting at 6:30 PM

Where:  CapStar Building located at 1201 Demonbreun Street (corner of  Demonbreun and 12th Avenue South).  We will meet in the lobby.

Parking:  Available for a fee in the building or on the surface lots in the area (may be cheaper).

Dinner:  After the tour, we will meet at Milk & Honey at 214 11th Avenue South (walking distance)

 Space is limited to the first 12 people! Register before it's too late!

                                                                    TOPGOLF LEAGUE CONTINUES   TopGolf.jpeg

League continues every Saturday morning from

January 26 - March 9, 2019 (excludes Feb 16 so all can attend the Nashville Golf Show)

Each week, the league will include:

  • 2 Hours of TopGolf from 9:00am - 11:00am (20 minutes of Warm-up)
  • Tips from the TopGolf Professionals followed by 2 Different TopGolf Games
  • Complimentary Coffee, Water and Soft Drinks and 10% Off Food & Beverages for each player

Each week, there are prizes for the games and play! LOTS of fun!

Single weeks close each Thursday for play the following Saturday. If you miss the deadline, contact Andrea Velasquez directly to see if space is available.  Payment will be made at TopGolf. 



Catch all the 2019 LPGA Amateurs-Nashville news, action and pics! 


And when ready to join the group, just contact Donna Ruggles or any 2019 Board member to get you added.

Bet you will learn and see things there you might otherwise miss! 

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LPGA Amateur Golf Association Nashville BOARD OF DIRECTORS

President: Terry Applegate

Finance Director:  Christy Glaser

Membership Director: Sue Atkin

Events Co-Director: Andrea Velasquez

Events Co-Director: Audrey Anderson

Sponsorship/Marketing Director: Donna Ruggles

Communications Co-Chair: Yolanda Inge

Communications Co-Chair:  Leann Crawley

Handicap Chair – Lynn Osborn


Penalty Areas:

In the past, the rules allowed relief with penalty when a ball was in a “water hazard” (marked yellow) or a “lateral water hazard” (marked red). 

Under the new Rules, “Water hazards” will be superseded by the expanded concept of penalty areas” (there will be yellow and red penalty areas), and Rule 17 will provide the same basic options for relief that exist under the current Rules: 
- A penalty area will include both (1) all areas currently defined in the Rules as a water hazard or lateral water hazard and (2) any other areas the Committee chooses to define as penalty areas (with recommended guidelines to be provided in the guidebook). 
- Penalty areas may therefore include areas such as deserts, jungles, lava rock fields, etc. 
- The two types of penalty areas will be known by the color of their marking: red penalty areas (today called lateral water hazards) and yellow penalty areas (today called water hazards); and Committees will be given the discretion to mark all penalty areas as red so that lateral relief will always be allowed. 
- The term “hazard” will no longer be used in the Rules. 
Shot Options when your ball lands in a Penalty Area
   You may either:
1.  Play the ball as it lies without penalty, under the same rules that apply to a ball in the general area (which means there are no special Rules limiting how a ball may be played, - Yes, you can ground your club.
 2.  Play a ball from outside the penalty area and incurring the penalty in one of the following ways:
a.  Stroke and Distance - You may play the original ball or another ball from where the previous stroke was made (for one penalty stroke).
b.  Back-On-The-Line Relief - You may drop the ball or another ball in a relief area (based on one club length of the longest club in your bag not including your putter) that is based on a reference line going straight back from the hole through the estimated point where the original ball last crossed the edge of the penalty area (for one penalty stroke).
3.  Lateral Relief (Only for Red Penalty Area) - From the estimated point where the original ball last crossed the edge of the penalty, take relief based on two club lengths of the longest club in your bag not including your putter (for one penalty stroke).
4.  If there is a drop area provided, you can play from the drop area. (For one penalty stroke).