WOMEN’S GOLF DAY 2018 A HUGE SUCCESS IN CALIFORNIA AND AROUND THE GLOBE

The 2018 Women’s Golf Day was a success, thanks to participating facilities around the globe.The event brought the number of participating countries up to 58 and the number of venues in excess of 900. With thousands of women and girls (and some men too) enjoying the day of golf and social networking opportunities coupled with tens of thousands of golf fans supporting the event across social media, WGD 2018 created a wave of enthusiasm that was impressive.

“It’s well-thought out initiatives like Women’s Golf Day, that brighten the future for growth in our sport,” shared Emmy Moore Minister, President of the California Alliance for Golf. “Within the U.S., California continues to be a leader with this growth of the game initiative, and due in great part to the California Alliance for Golf and its allied associations who see the importance and value of introducing women and girls into the game in a fun and inviting environment.”

Special thanks to the following California-based facilities who participated in WGD 2018: Ancil Hoffman GC, Buenaventura GC, Crow Canyon CC, Eagle Crest GC, Gilroy GC, Granite Bay GC, Haggin Oaks GC, LA County GC’s, Maggie’s Par 3, Olympic Club, Palm Desert R&CC, PGA SuperStores (in Irvine, Palo Alto and Palm Desert), Poppy Hills GC, Poppy Ridge GC, Skywest GC, Spring Valley GC, and TopGolf-Sacramento.

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Maggie’s Par 3 in Los Angeles

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Poppy Hills celebrating WGD.

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