11th June 2019
Golf Day was celebrated on June 4th 2019, in hundreds of locations all around
the world. Here is all you need to know about the growing event:
- The first Women’s Golf Day was held in 2016, so it is now in the fourth
year. During that time, over 50,000 women and girls have participated in the
- womensgolfday.com describes the international event as “Created by women
and men for women to enjoy golf and learn the skills that last a lifetime”. The
website has all information for golfers wanting to take part, as well as venues
wanting to become a location for the event. The site also includes all
information about sponsors, participating locations and merchandise.
- It is held in locations all over the world, with over 50 countries
participating. These include the UK, America, Mauritius, Canada, Norway,
Slovenia and Italy.
- The day is a series of events in every location, each lasting four hours.
The first two hours are spent playing golf, and the last two hours are for
- It is for all ages and abilities, from the beginner to the experienced
golfer, with lessons and support for all skill levels. It is open to anyone;
all you need to do is register on the website. Some locations have a small fee,
but many are totally free of charge.
- It has the backing of the professionals. Annika Sorenstam of the LPGA
(Ladies Professional Golf Association), has helped promote this year’s event
alongside the Women’s Golf Day team.
- The event also supports the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.