These have included President of Yorkshire in their centenary year of 2000, chairman of the English Ladies' Golf Association in '87, Ladies' Golf Union in '94 and President of the Ladies' Golf Union, which runs international competitions including the Curtis Cup, from 2000 to 2003.
What does ELGA stand for?
ELGA stands for English Ladies' Golf Association (UK)
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- Enhanced Landing Gear (US Army Apache helicopter)
- Entomological Livestock Group
- Environmental Litigation Group, PC (Birmingham, AL)
- Equal Life Group (depreciation method)
- Essential Learning Goal (education)
- European Liaison Group
- Executive Level Group
- Export-Led Growth
- Extra Long Grain (rice)
- Extraterrestrial Life Group
- Environmental Leaders in Golf Awards (Golf Course Superintendents Association of America; Lawrence, KS)
- Enzyme Linked Gel Assay
- Extremely Low Gestational Age (infant classification)
- Extremely Low Gestational Age Newborn
- Electronic Gateway to Archives at Rylands (University of Manchester)
- Elevated Lesions of Gallbladder
- Electronic Gas Injection
- Eötvös Loránd Geophysical Institute (of Hungary)
- European Lubricating Grease Institute (Amerstam, Netherlands)
- European Large Geotechnical Institutes Platform (Netherlands)
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In the past, County Match Week has been organised by the English Ladies' Golf Association, who have now changed their name to the English Women's Golf Association.
The EWGA, previously the English Ladies' Golf Association, had its name changed last month along with its status as an unlimited company; there will be far more notable changes if Robinson's tenure is as successful as is hoped.
Morris also works with the English ladies' golf association, Ian Woosnam and Charles Scwarzel, the 18-year-old South African tipped as a future world No.
MEMBERS of the English Ladies' Golf Association have voted for modernisation.
Foursomes: Smith and Edwards bt Briggs and Tidy 4 holes; Hassan and Jennings lost to Brockway and Maguire 3 holes; Bennett and Parker bt Pretswell and Bradshaw 4 holes; Thomson and Murray bt Connor and Booth 4 holes Sunday fourballs: Hassan and Murray lost to Brockway and Booth 2 holes; Edwards and Parker bt Maguire and Tidy 4 holes; Bennett and Jennings bt Pretswell and Connor 2 holes; Smith and Thomson bt Briggs and Bradshaw 5 holes MEMBERS of the English Ladies' Golf Association have voted to modernise their organisation.
Both the EGU and the English Ladies' Golf Association actively promote them at local and national level through Press releases and via the EGU and ELGA websites.
The county side won the English Ladies' Golf Association sub-divisionals finals at Sherwood Forest GC despite a first day defeat and they now progress to the national stage at High Post GC in September.