Member Associations


Men and women golf members at The Plateau Club enjoy active Men's and Women's Golf Associations. The purpose of these associations is to create a positive, friendly environment at the club, to promote fellowship and to encourage an active golf and social agenda for all members. A board of directors comprised of Plateau Club members manages each of the associations.

Both associations' seasons run from March through October and offers weekly play, invitational events and championship events.


PMGA


The PMGA is a non-profit organization created for the purpose of providing, planning and overseeing golf and social activities for male members of the Plateau Club.  Our mission is to help create a positive and friendly environment at the club, to promote fellowship, and to encourage an active golf and social agenda for the membership.  We focus on the following core pillars
 
  1. Experience – Ensure the end to end membership experience is optimized for PMGA members of all skill, competitive, and participation levels
  2. Engagement – Build consistent connections to our events and brand
  3. Value – Provide relationship and intrinsic value for all PMGA members
  4. Brand & Growth – Grow membership to promote inclusive environment and increase diversity
 
The result has been an consistently increasing membership base that is at approximately 180 members of all skills levels and competitive spirits.  Membership allows an immediate group of golfers to play with as often as each member desires.


President: Joe Kirby


 

PWGA


The PWGA is an organization that strives to provide fun and competitive golf events at The Plateau Club. The idea is to help create a positive and friendly environment to promote fellowship and an active women’s membership. Membership is open to all adult (18 years or older) female members of the Club.

President: Erin Bradford


 

PJGA


The Plateau Club proudly supports Washington State Junior Golf by hosting special junior golf events, including a WJGA District 2 tournament each summer. The Club also encourages local youngsters to play by hosting junior golf camps and clinics, weekly summer events, and the Club Junior Championships in August.

For more information, contact the golf shop at (425) 836-4653.

For more information about Washington State Junior Golf Association, visit their website at www.wjga.net.

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