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EWGA NNJ Host Tee Off Brunch at Upper Montclair Country Club

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MONTCLAIR - The Executive Women's Golf Association (EWGA) is a not-for-profit organization formed in 1991 whose mission is connecting women to learn, play, and enjoy the game of golf for business and for fun. The Northern NJ Chapter provides golf opportunities for members in Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Morris, Passaic and Sussex counties. We offer women's golf leagues throughout northern New Jersey and education programs to get women started in learning the game of golf.

Sunday, April 2, 2017, the EWGA NNJ Chapter will hold its Tee Off Event from 11 am-3 pm at the Upper Montclair Country Club.  This is an excellent networking event for lady golfers and all those who want to golf.  Members and guests, all are welcome.  The fee is $55 (late $60) for EWGA NNJ members and $70 (late $75) for guests/non-members.   The event includes a 4-course gourmet buffet brunch with cash bar, tricky tray and drawings, participate in charity events, shop among fashion, beauty, home, financial services and health & wellness event sponsors with amazing offers.  Prizes include Premium Driver, Putter and Golf Bag and more!  Don't miss out on this amazing opportunity with NJ Monthly featured photographer! Reserve your spot now for a Professional Glamour Headshot at the event!  REGISTER HERE.
 
Ladies who brunch & golf together, stay together!   Bring a friend and see what’s in store for the upcoming season with EWGAN-NJ!
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