Is your club staging an event for Women’s Golf Day?

Find out more about what's happening on June 1 and how you can also get involved in England Golf's Women on Par events... Dozens of UK golf clubs are celebrating the role of women and girls in the game by holding events for Women's Golf Day on June 1. Across the world, more than 900 locations in 68 countries have come together as a global community to introduce new players to the sport and celebrate those who are already teeing it up. The four-hour experience, which can be split between playing golf and socialising, allows women and girls to "experience golf for the first time or where current players can play and engage with women interested in golf". That can be 9-holes, lessons, chipping and putting - anything "so long as the sport of golf is being actively played" and a stellar line-up of stars, including Jack Nicklaus and Annika Sorenstam, have given their support. In the UK, events are being staged at more than 30 venues including Ripon City Golf Club, Branston Golf Range and Mowsbury Golf Club. In the run up to this year’s event Golf legends, Jack Nicklaus and Annika Sorenstam, have been among the stellar line-up of stars backing the initiative. For more details, visit the Women's Golf Day website. Meanwhile, England Golf’s successful Women on Par scheme is back for another year. The governing body has got 240 free packs to give to clubs containing everything they will need to get started to hold their own event. Women on Par events are a 9-hole game featuring a novel, challenge-based, scorecard to help beginners learn the basic rules and etiquette of golf. “Instead of counting shots, the scorecard outlines challenges for players to undertake, for example hitting the green or getting out of a bunker in one,” says England Golf. There are two levels of scorecard, with the latter also catering for those who have played the game a little. The packs include scorecards, player registration sheets and ball markers to give to players, as well as promotional flyers, postcards and balloons. The events are designed to help new golfers develop and integrate them into a club and its social life. For more information, and how to get involved, click on England Golf’s website. Do you subscribe to the GCMA's weekly E-newsletter? Make sure you're not missing out on the latest in the world of golf club management. Click here to join in.
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