Ohio Girls Golf Foundation

Cheers to 30 Years!

Back in 1994, an up-and-coming 18-year-old golfer named Tiger Woods put himself in the national spotlight by winning the U.S. Amateur, a defining victory (complete with fist pumps).

Things were shaking up that year in the local golf world, too. Cleveland Sports Hall of Famer Mary Ann Bierman and daughter Anne Caja had decided they weren’t happy with the lack of girls’ golf teams in Ohio. It was time for change.

“We were seeing girls who wanted to play high school golf having to play on the boys’ teams,” recalls Mary Ann, “and that was a no-no. We felt strongly about making a change and today we are thrilled to see how far we’ve come.” Read more.

Learn. Compete. Succeed.

These aspirations have driven the Ohio Girls Golf Foundation to become a catalyst for girls’ journeys with the game of golf.
Hang out with us for a while to find out about opportunities for all levels of play. Here you’ll find applications for scholarships and aid, as well as registrations for OGGF clinics and tournaments.

Upcoming Events

Registration Now Open
Winter & Spring Clinics Now Available
Bring Your Mom To Golf Night