Rileys Best Ball Ladies Classic
Rileys is the longest running best ball tournament in North America. Now in its 36th season, Rileys is a four ball match play competition and is open to all CLGA members and female club pros. Both players that register as a team must be from the same club and one must be an amateur.
The lowest 48 combined index factor teams are accepted using the formula of the lower participants index factor plus one half of the higher participants index factor. 48 teams are separated into a championship, first and second flight competition. All teams are guaranteed two games in a double knock out series. A and B side finals in each flight are played and celebrated on Championship Sunday in June hosted at Canyon Meadows.
Calgary Ladies Closed Amateur
The City Ladies Closed Amateur Tournament is a flighted 54-hole, 3-day, sanctioned stroke play event considered the premier tournament for amateur ladies in Calgary. This event is open to all women from CLGA member clubs who carry a valid Golf Canada Handicap Factor. 96 entrants are selected from the lowest handicap factors entries and are assigned in up to 8 flights.
The City Ladies Amateur and Runner up champion are crowned based on lowest total 3-day gross scores. An overall net champion is also crowned from a 3-day cumulative low net score. Gross and net prizes are awarded in all flights.
Calgary Senior Ladies Amateur
The City Senior Ladies Closed Amateur is a flighted 36-hole, 2-day, stroke play tournament. There are two divisions: Senior Ladies, aged 50-64 and Super Senior Ladies, aged 65+. Those who belong to a CLGA member club and who carry a valid Golf Canada handicap factor are eligible to enter. The lowest 96 handicap factors are accepted with the caveat that 25% of the field is made up of Super Seniors.
Both divisions crown 2-day total overall gross and net winners and prizes are awarded gross and net winners in all remaining flights.
Calgary Junior Girls Amateur
The City Junior Girls Open Amateur Tournament is a flighted, 2-day, stroke play event and is open to both CLGA members as well as non members 18 years and younger. The tournament features two divisions: Novice competitors with an established handicap index that play two 18 hole rounds and Advanced Novice competitors who do not have have an established handicap index play two 9-hole rounds.
Champions are declared in both divisions from the lowest 2-day gross totals.
Tournament of Champions
The Tournament of Champions started in 1984 to honor the memory of one of the great ladies of golf in Calgary, Harriet Watson. Invitations to this prestigious event are extended to the lady club champions from all CLGA private and public member clubs.
These club champions or their runner-up champion, play an 18-hole event with a low gross and low net winner recognized.
We wish to say thank you to another one of Calgary's great ladies of golf, Diane Williams, for introducing this event.