Women’s Golf Day annually celebrates the ladies who love the grand ole game. Once again at Las Vegas National Golf Club, the annual Las Vegas Women’s Golf Day event is scheduled for June 8 with a clinic or a round of 18 holes plus so much more.
The clinic is $35 while the 18 holes plus breakfast, lunch, tee gifts and raffles is only $65.
Kat Marks, the event coordinator and Manager of Competitions and USGA Services for the SNGA, said she expects the 2023 day will be bigger and better.
“It’s a great way to introduce the game to those who are just getting started and celebrate those who are already playing the game,” Marks said. “We’ve got 17 PGA and LPGA instructors already on board for the day to help out as well as Amy Bush, the UNLV women’s golf coach.”
The June 8 festivities will include registration and breakfast from 8-9 a.m. or at that time tee times.
The clinic allows the women to interact in the six stations that will be set up including putting, chipping, full swing, fitness, rules of golf and a question and answer spot. Some of the top pros and golf instructors in the area will be there including UNLV Women’s Golf Coach Amy Bush-Herzer.
“A lot of people, including women, just don’t know someone to turn to if they are interested in golf,” Marks said. “And it can be intimidating if you’re just getting started. This event can open that door for women to find their way into golf. It’s also a great way for the women to find out what is available in the area when it comes to golf tournaments, events and everything else golf-related.”
If avid golfers (handicaps of 18 or less) want to participate in celebrating the day on the course, there are limited tee times available rather than taking part in the clinics. Signups are available only on the SNGA website.