A Little About Our Structure


The District consists of an 18-hole Division that is governed by it Bylaws, Standing Rules, and Guidelines and Procedures.  Currently we meet at a location suitable for all on a selected day in November.


We are governed by an Executive Committee which is elected by the members and shall serve a term of two years.  The President appoints committees, such as Tournament Director, Sites, and Blind Draw


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We hope this has given you some insight about CAGD, and hopefully, an enticement to join a very proud and active organization.



Welcome

Central Arizona Golf District

The Central Arizona Golf District (CAGD) is an organization formed entirely by voluntary membership

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We MEET, GREET, AND COMPETE with other women golfers; these are the primary benefits of CAGD for all who participate.  We provide up to six tournaments a year at various local and private golf courses.  In addition, there are 5 Intra-District Blind Draw days each year where a member's score is combined with another CAGD member to win payouts.  Also, part of our $8.00 ANNUAL dues herlps support four local golf charities.

Meet, Greet, and Compete