Online championship registration launched

The WPGA started to accept entries for Association Championships on March 19, 2010. Entries will be accepted online with a credit card. Entries will also be accepted by completing a paper entry form and submitting it, along with championship fee, to the Association office by the deadline. The Association accepts Mastercard, Visa and Discover.

A player must have an account in order to enter a WPGA Championship online. Please note that the Association has switched vendors and the User ID and password used in previous years is no longer valid. Our new service has been developed by, and integrated with, our handicap computation service, GHIN® a USGA Service. A new feature available this year is for the user to create a unique User ID and password individually. This will be the User ID and password to register.

To create an account and start registering for WPGA Championships, please click the graphic on the left of the WPGA home page. Once there click the yellow Login/Sign Up button in the top right, and then the Click Here to Register link under New Users. It is preferred that the player use the form “Please Enter GHIN Number and Last Name” since most of the information is already stored, and is helpful to the Association in Handicap Index® verification. If the player does not have a GHIN Number, or it is not readily available, please use the “Register without GHIN Number” field. Please make sure to click the event link to view Eligibility Requirements and important information in Event Description.

Also available is a “Recover User Name and Password” feature when this information has been misplaced.

Please contact the Association with any questions or difficulties with the registration process.

We look forward to serving you and hope to see you this season.

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