Women's Golf
June 03, 2020

Celebrate Women's Golf Day virtually with these online resources

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Jamie Squire

Like most everything in life, Women’s Golf Day will look a little different this year. June 2 was when the annual event was slated to celebrate women’s golf, creating welcoming and social opportunities at golf courses and ranges around the world for women to engage with the game. But given the COVID-19 pandemic, bringing large groups of women together wasn’t an option. So, Women’s Golf Day—the in-person version—will happen on Sept. 1.

In the meantime, the plan for an online celebration on June 2 was paused with the respect for the #BlackOutTuesday social media blackout.

So now, on June 3, that online celebration begins. While in-person Women’s Golf Day group clinics are a few months away, you can still get instruction from the free videos posted on the Women’s Golf Day website (www.womensgolfday.com). Among the resources, you’ll find everything from how to hit your driver farther, to an explainer on golf terms. There are also fitness videos with tour pros, interviews with women in leadership roles within golf, and more.

If you’re looking for more online instruction, Golf Digest Schools is currently offering a free 14-day subscription. If you’re new to the game, there are beginner series to check out. Instruction series hosted by top female instructors are also featured.

With golf considered one of the safe social distancing activities, now is the perfect time to check out the online resources and then take virtual Women’s Golf Day to the course.

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