The Long Beach Women’s Amateur Championships
In 1928, a “Mrs. F.G. Wilson” won the very first Long Beach Women’s City Championship (apparently, women did not have first names at the time). Ever since then, the winner of the Women’s City has been dutifully recorded for posterity. But what about all of the women who have posted the best net score in Women’s City competition down through the years? Don’t they deserve to be recognized? We think so. And that's why we created a tournament of their very own.
Beginning in 2019, the venerable “Women’s City” officially become two separate tournaments, paired together under the umbrella of the Long Beach Women’s Amateur Championships. The Long Beach Women’s City Championship is, as it has always been, a straight-up gross competition, comprised of scratch golfers who, prior to 2019, would have played in the Championship Division of the Women’s City. In contrast, the new Long Beach Women’s City Challenge is a pure net tournament for those who prefer handicap-based competition. If you ever played in the “Flighted” or “Indexed” Division of the Women's City, you now have the tournament stage to yourselves in the Women's City Challenge.
To determine which tournament is right for you, and to register to play in it, click on the following links: