SLGA announce Golf Girls programme

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The Scottish Ladies’ Golf Association has announced the launch of SLGA Golf Girls, a brand new series of fun coach and play days.


Led by SLGA girls development coach, PGA professional Ian Muir, the free programme will run at six locations around Scotland this April, with follow up sessions in June.

Girls can sign up for any one of the six events local to them. The programme is aimed at girls under the age of 18, who have some experience of playing golf, but they don’t have to be a member of a club or have a handicap.

The SLGA hope to be able to encourage the girls to overcome some of the barriers that have previously put them off playing golf.

The focus for each day will be to have fun, help the girls to meet and make new friends and increase confidence.

The six events will take place at the following locations:

• April 8 – The Whitecraigs GC;
• April 10 – Strathmore Golf Centre;
• April 11/12 (TBC) – Kingsfield Golf Centre;
• April 13 – Montrose Golf Links;
• April 14 – The Nairn GC;
• April 15 – The Dumfries and County GC.

For more information, and to sign up to one of the events, visit the SLGA website or follow @SLGAGolf on Twitter.

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