The Colorado Golf Association offers multiple options for women.
AS EVERYONE KNOWS, 2020 was a record year for rounds at Colorado golf courses, up 19.9% over 2019 according to Golf Datatech. With so many new and returning faces to the game the CGA wants to keep golfers interested and engaged. At the CGA in 2020, we had nearly 16,000 women who were members of local clubs and leagues. Many of those members have friends who are interested in taking up the game, but don’t know where to start. To meet this need, the CGA has an amazing program for both members and non-members to take the next step with their game.
CGA Women’s Practice Clinics and Playing Clinics provide golfers with high-quality group instruction from LPGA and/or PGA golf professionals in a friendly and welcoming environment. Our Women’s clinics also provide the opportunity to receive welcome gifts, make new friends, enjoy lunch and learn—all while having fun.
We are excited to announce our 2021 lineup and invite women around the state to consider joining us for these events. If you or someone you know is picking up a club for the first time or want to take their game to the next level, our women’s instructional events are for you. Registration is now open and CGA members receive discounted pricing. Sign up or learn more at coloradogolf.org.
CGA WOMEN’S CLINICS
CGA Women’s Clinics are social golf events that include 3 hours of instruction focusing on the mechanics and fundamentals of full swing, chipping and putting. A CGA rules official will give an overview of the rules and explain how you can use them to your advantage.
WOMEN’S PLAYING CLINICS
Playing clinics are for golfers of intermediate skill level who are comfortable playing from tee to green. Participants will play 9-holes and encounter four to five instructors during your round. Instructors cover course manage- ment, provide tips on the mental side of the game and answer any ques- tions you may have. Swing mechanics will not be covered. More dates TBA.
This article was also featured in the April Issue of Colorado AvidGolfer.