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5th Annual Women’s Golf Day

Where: Jupiter Country Club

When: Saturday, February 18th

Time: 2:00-5:00 PM

2:00-3:30 Instruction from PGA Professionals

3:30-4:00 Clinic with former LPGA Player Betsy King

 

About Betsy King: It took Betsy King more than seven seasons to win on the LPGA Tour, but her breakthrough led to one of the most phenomenal careers in women’s golf history. In an 11-year span from the 1984 Women’s Kemper Open through the 1995 ShopRite LPGA Classic, King won 30 times, including five major championships, to become the 14th member of the LPGA Hall of Fame and the first to cross the $5-million barrier in career earnings. She captured her sixth major in 1997, winning the Nabisco Dinah Shore.

 

Join us for fun day of golf. Participants will receive group instruction from PGA and LPGA Professionals, club fitting and demos clubs from various companies, a clinic with an LPGA Player and a social hour to follow with drinks and appetizers.

BRING A FRIEND: Women’s Golf Day is open to ladies of all skill levels, including those who have never touched a club. Its a fun and social day and is the perfect time to introduce your non-golfing friends to the game you love!

For questions, please contact Tori Stock at 561-922.9371 or tstock@pgahq.com

 

Each year the South Florida PGA hosts two Women’s Golf Days: one in Lee/Collier County and one in Palm Beach County. The goal of these events is to have a fun, social environment that is welcoming to golfers of all skill levels. The day consists of instruction from PGA / LPGA Professionals, club demos, a clinic with an LPGA Player and a social hour to follow.

 

 

Testimonials:

“I had the supreme pleasure of an invite to this absolutely wonderful, informative outing.  I met many people who had my same interest in this sport, as well as the great instructors, and of course, Laurie Rinker, what could be better!  The information I received helped me in my game the next day, and, I used the wonderful glove I received in the lottery drawing. ”

-Joanne Driscoll