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PHAGL: A Golf League for Women

Women interested in golf as well as helping out a good cause can do both as a part of the PHAGL, a golf league for women.
PHAGL was founded over 35 years ago and has been here at Meadow Brook ever since!

Our goal is to not only have fun playing golf, but to also make an annual donation to organizations that provide services to families, such as The Clinic in Phoenixville, a facility that provides healthcare to those who do not have insurance

The league meets every Monday morning (or Saturday morning) starting the end of April thru September--but you can join anytime!

Each week there is a different game such as best par 4’s, fewest putts, etc.-if you can’t make it every week—that’s okay!!

There are also special tournaments held throughout the season: Member-Member, Member Guest, The Gotwals

You will need to establish a handicap, but that can be done after you join the league! And don’t worry what your handicap is! We have a wide range of handicaps in the league!

Dues are only $35 a year, and then each player contributes a $1 each week they play (green fees, and cart fee if using one, are payable to Meadow Brook each time you play)

For more information or to join, contact Pattie Hagan at 610-935-2565 or by email at pbhagan@comcast.net.

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