The Wake-Robin Golf Club is the oldest African American Women's Golf Club in the United States. Our mission is to foster and perpetuate women’s interest in golf and encourage women in the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area to become golfers.
Save-the-Date: Saturday, June 8, 2013 (rain or shine), Langston Golf Course to honor being inducted into the National Black Golf Hall of Fame.
Registration now open for our Helen Webb Harris Founder's Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament, Celebrating 76 Years of Playing Golf, Monday, June 10, 2013, at Enterprise Golf Course. Download Flyer and Registration Form here. (Use the Donate button to pay via Pay Pal)
The 9th Annual Women's Golf Month Reception will be held at East Potomac Golf Course on Wednesday, June 19, 2013. The guest speaker is Renee Powell, professional golfer, educator and one of only four African American women to play on a LPGA tour.
Registration now open for The Winnie Stanford Open, August 9-11, 2013, at Shenvalee Golf Resort.
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Wake-Robin Golf Club was inducted into the National Black Golf Hall of Fame on March 23, 2013, in Tampa, Florida! Read more here.
Our 75th Diamond & Gold Jubilee Anniversary Celebration was AMAZING! Checkout the pictures!
African American Golfer's Digest Golfer of the Week
Club member Phyllis Stevenson-Jenkins, March 8, 2012. Read the full article here.
Golf Club of the Year!
Click Here to read about this outstanding honor bestowed by the African American Golfer's Digest.
An Adventure of a Lifetime!
Click Here to read about member Gayle Hazelwood in Essence Magazine, August 2011.
Charting Their Own Course
Click Here to read about "The only layout the Federal Government ever built specifically for African Americans - Langston Golf Course" and Wake-Robin's significance to this Landmark in the 2011 U.S.Open Magazine.