With venues in nearly every continent and the number of host venues growing by the day, it’s time to sign up to take part in the largest global celebration of women and girls golf – Women’s Golf Day (WGD).
In just under 3 weeks, on 5th June, women and girls from all over the world will take part in events that will showcase the game of golf and get the global sporting community talking about the sport that lasts a lifetime.
Elisa Gaudet, WGD Founder, comments on the potential to get more women and girls playing golf,
"As well as engaging with existing golfers, WGD provides the perfect opportunity to introduce female family and friends to the game. So we’re asking the established golfing community to call upon a friend or family member to find a WGD location near them and come and give golf a go for the first time".
"We have a real emphasis on “Bring A Friend” because we know that women much prefer to experience events together."
Although WGD are still welcoming locations to register to host WGD events, the focus has now shifted to bringing awareness to the public to participate at the events.
"We’re excited to see the growth of WGD, with some venues hosting multi-day events, after the success of their WGD events last year," comments Gaudet.
From resorts in Australia to island golf in Hawaii – Women’s Golf Day is a truly global experience that will see women and girls from different backgrounds, cultures, and with varying abilities teeing it up in a fun and inclusive environment.
Find out more information and how to take part in a Women’s Golf Day event near you here.
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