This is a program designed to introduce women golfers to the game or help people who haven't played for some time to get back in the swing. Key relationships are established between the women who play regularly at a specific golf course and the LPGA or PGA Professional at that same course to help these women stay with the game. Since 2006 the program has graduated over 1,600 students.
Through this relationship, the golf teaching professional and the experienced women golfers (Ambassadors) work together to create an environment where women with little or no experience can come out and learn everything from how the game is played, to swing and playing basics, to establishing relationships within the golf community that will help them feel comfortable navigating the golf course on their own. The program fee is $220 for all six sessions. If you have golf clubs go ahead and bring them but if not don't worry, you'll be able to borrow some. All you need to bring with you is your enthusiasm to learn the game of golf!
Golf 101 includes:
- Minimum of 6 hours of instruction
- Lessons taught by an LPGA or PGA Teaching Professional
- Learning how to chip, putt, pitch, full swing, and hit bunker shots
- AWGA Ambassador support to teach the rules and etiquette of golf
- Practice time and on-course instruction and play
- 1 year Recreational Membership to the Arizona Women's Golf Association, which includes:
- Newsletters and other publications to keep you informed about the game of golf
- Access to AWGA tournaments and seminars
- Friendship & camaraderie with other lady golfers
- Discounts from AWGA partners
- Advice and interpretation of the Rules of Golf
Ahwatukee Golf Club - Golf 101 - $220
12432 South 48th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85044
This is a six week series each Saturday from 12 - 1 PM beginning March 31, 2018. The final lesson will be on May 5, 2018..
Dates: 3/31/2018 ... 4/7/2018 ... 4/14/2018 ... 4/21/2018 ... 4/28/2018 ... 5/5/2018
Paula is a Teaching Professional with more than 20 years of teaching experience. Paula played collegiate golf at University of New Mexico and turned professional in 1993. She competed in the Pacific Northwest Section PGA and was inducted into their Hall of Fame for the most cuts made by a female Professional in the Section. Paula played on both Futures Tour and West Coast Ladies Tour, winning the West Coast Tour Championship in 2004. She has coached National Amateur and National Publinks Champions in addition to many talented Arizona Junior Golf Association players who have gone on to play collegiate golf. Paula currently teaches with the Kene Bensel Acadamy at Ahwatukee Country Club with her coach and mentor Kene Bensel since 2005. She has taught AWGA Golf 101 and Golf 201 classes since 2006.
More 2018 Golf 101/201 Sessions will be posted as they are developed.
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