Apr 29, 2019by - San Francisco Mayor's Women's Golf Council
"It's critically important in golf. One of our stated objectives is for golf to look like America does... With respect to women, as you know, they are 50+ percent of the U.S. population, but 24 percent of the golf population. But encouragingly, more than 35 percent of beginners are women... Similarly, as it relates to junior golfers, it's actually the same number—35 percent of junior golfers are women. That's really encouraging. So if you subscribe to the notion that today's juniors are tomorrow's golfers, then the face of golf will change... Not to get too lost in the stats, but if you study them like we do, it really bodes well for the future of the game ... So I'm very encouraged by the numbers that show us women are coming into the game."
Women’s Golf Day is a four hour experience happening globally where women and girls can experience golf for the first time or where current players can play and engage with women interested in golf. It is being hosted at golf courses and retail locations all around the world. The event kicks off June 4th at golf venues around the bay area, but we're going to extend it a week with a very special Womens Golf Day at Sharp Park on Sunday June 9th!
Sponsored by the San Francisco Mayor's Womens Golf Council and the Sharp Park Business Womens Golf Club, this is a great way to be introduced to golf and meet women who want to share their love of the game with you.
It will be a fun day at San Francisco's municipal jewel designed by Alister MacKenzie, golf's greatest architect. Don't miss it!
REGISTER HERE and we'll see you there!