Girls Golf Day is an event like no other in the valley that empowers young girls to play golf.
LPGA*USGA Girls Golf of Phoenix will host the 10th Annual “Girls Golf Day” at Dobson Ranch Golf Course with plans for a two-day event that welcomes girls ages 3 to 18 to learn about the sport and partake in a tournament.
“Girls Golf Day is the largest-attended event we host all year,” said Cori Matheson, director of LPGA*USGA Girls Golf Phoenix. It is an easy, fun and inexpensive way to get girls started in a game and an empowering lifestyle they can enjoy all their lives.”
Girls of all ages and skill level can par-tee on the course during the organization’s annual event, that helps open the doors for young girls in the Phoenix metropolitan area to learn from professional players and be introduced to the game.
Two days of fun are planned.
Girls Golf of Phoenix Pep Rally
Friday, October 6
5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Deadline to RSVP is October 2, it costs $5 to sign up.
Girls from the entire Valley are invited to the Pep Rally to learn about the sport. This event offers girls who have never played golf before, to be introduced and experience a guided practice on the green. Families are welcome to attend and join in on the fun. There will be in raffles and a variety of golf related vendors.
At the event, a team from a VISION54 will be in attendance to help with golf instruction. Some other golf companies will be Ping, Glove It, Jaybird apparel to name a few.
Professional LPGA golfer and Girls Golf of Phoenix alumna Cheyenne Woods will be in attendance to meet the girls and share her experience with golf.
Saturday, October 7th
Dobson Ranch Golf Club
For girls of all ages who have played golf before can register and participate to play in the annual golf tournament. Participants must register to play prior to October 2nd. Click here for details. Tee times begin at noon.
The tournament is a welcoming and safe environment for a girl to get their first experience on course. The tournament is expecting 70 to 80 girls to play and in the various divisions.
Parents can choose how many holes they want their daughter to play. From one hole with a caddy all the way up to 18 holes for the older championship division.
Click here for all the event details.