Future Links Girls’ Club Program
Girls’ Club has been developed by Golf Canada to encourage girls to experience all of the positives the game of golf has to offer in a fun and engaging “girls only” setting. In addition to learning golf skills, the program promotes building self-esteem through a sport they can enjoy for life.
$99 Girls’ Club Hockey Program
The Girls Club Hockey Program features four one hour sessions and a final day pizza party. Girls will learn the basics of golf; Putting, Chipping and Full Swing as well as grip, stance and ball position in a unique “girls only” setting. The program provides an opportunity for groups of friends to get together and learn golf in fun and social environment, removing the pressure of a co-ed setting which often prevents girls from participating in sports activities.
All equipment and materials are provided and each Girls’ Club participant will receive a swag bag filled with golf gear upon registration.
The Girls Club Hockey Program Features:
- A safe, fulfilling introduction for girls to the lifelong game of golf.
- 4 one-hour sessions with a PGA of Canada professional.
- All golf equipment provided.
- Participants will receive Future Links golf swag upon registering.
- Excellent team building activity for girls throughout the summer season.
- Cost - $99 + HST per person.
Our Girls’ Club hockey program is flexible and adaptable to fit your needs. To get your team started, or for more information please contact Alex Warrick at 905.852.1101 x242 or firstname.lastname@example.org
She Swings She Scores in Action
The Aurora Panthers Bantam hockey team formed a Girls Club with Jody Boutin at Cardinal Golf Club, a Junior Golf Development Centre in Newmarket, ON. The Aurora Panthers Girls’ Club Program ran for five weeks in late May/June with a total of 12 girls aged 11-13. Girls were able to participate in a variety of golf activities in a ‘girls only’ setting with a program tailored to their needs.
“The She Swings She Scores Girls’ Club program encourages young female athletes to further develop their skill sets by learning how to golf. We have had a great time working with female hockey players and have found there is a smooth transition from hockey to golf as both sports have the same fundamental motions. I believe that you will see some really strong players come out of this program in the future with great athletic opportunities before them” – Jody Boutin, Cardinal Golf Club.
“The girls really enjoyed themselves and developed great golf skills” – Patty Albert, Aurora Panthers Ambassador/Hockey Parent.