Golf News: Women’s Golf Day Global Movement Comes to the Bay State on June 5th

Ladies Mark your Calendars!   The 3rd Annual Women’s Golf Day is coming up on Tuesday, June 5, 2018


Women’s Golf Day is a collaborative effort across the globe by a dedicated team, golf management companies, retailers and organizations all working together to bring together, empower and support girls and women of all ages and all abilities through golf for a fun-filled day, no matter what skill level or interest 

In 2017, more than 700 locations in 46 countries hosted Women’s Golf Day events and officials expect those numbers to increase even more for this year’s events

A handful of local clubs in our area will be hosting special Women’s Golf Day festivities in celebration of this global movement to increase women’s participation in the game of golf and to draw participants who might not golf on a regular basis to come try it out and learn

Host facilities, Head Golf Professionals. their staff and volunteers welcome participants to take part in this four-hour event that boasts a clinic focusing on various aspects of the game ~ putting, chipping and full swing and an opportunity to play in a nine-hole scramble

For those beginners who may not own a set of clubs, most facilities will provide equipment for you can borrow for the event.  Some facilities offer light lunch, others post round fun with wine and cheese, fashion shows, games and special guest speakers  

Area clubs who’ve registered their Women’s Golf Day celebrations include:  The Links at Mass Golf in Norton, Concord’s Nashawtuc Country Club, KOHR Golf Center in Natick, Bayberry Hills Golf Course in So. Yarmouth, Atkinson Resort and Country Club in New Hampshire and The Shattuck Golf Club in Jaffrey, New Hampshire 

Women’s Golf Day has become a day celebrated across the country and in various parts of the world, and we are excited to do our part to help grow the game by hosting this great event,” said The Links at Mass Golf Head Golf Professional Pete Walsh, who will be bringing back the event to the course after seeing its success a year ago. “While we have women of all ages and abilities playing at our course throughout the year, both competitively and socially, we hope that this event will also draw participants who might not golf on a regular basis to come try it out and learn from our dedicated team of staff and volunteers” 

Several other clubs throughout the state have noted that they are hosting special events, either on June 5 – the day the event is being held globally – or in the days before or after.  For a full list of host clubs and events in our area and beyond visit Women’s Golf Day

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2019 Marks WATD Sports Reporter Liza Churchill’s 10th Anniversary covering the local South Shore, Regional and National Golf Beat as a member of WATD’s Sports Team!