I have been really busy, with school starting and golf! The U.S. Kids Tour! The U.S. Kids Tour is a great way to introduce kids to tournament play! The U.S. Kids Tour plays good courses for kids and has good age groups!! There are tours in a ton of states, but there isn't one in NH. We will have to work on that. I love playing in a tournament setting, because it helps me practice under pressure, it helps me get used to having a lot of people watching me and it is fun to compete against other girls my own age!! US Kids Golf is a great company for kids golf!!
It’s a countdown to the 2017 Women’s Golf Day (WGD), . This global, women-friendly player development initiative will introduce women and girls to the sport in a highly inclusive manner.
According to WGD Event Founder Elisa Gaudet more than 29,000 women and girls will participate in this one-day, four-hour event—two hours of clinic or nine holes of golf plus a two-hour social networking experience.“I am delighted to report that more than 659 golf locations spanning 46 countries will participate in our 2017 Women’s Golf Day,” said Gaudet. “Thousands of women around the globe will pick up a golf club for the very first time and will be introduced to the game in a fun and upbeat environment.”
Plus, my sister and I will be helping out Christina Ricci, LPGA and best-selling golf author with her Women’s Golf Day event hosted at the award-winning Atkinson Resort & Country Club. The event will be at Willowcreek Golf Academy from .
To learn more about Women’s Golf Day, please visit: https://womensgolfday.com/.
Let me know if you have any questions!
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