- Posted March 3, 2013 by
Port St. Lucie, Florida
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Weekends in America
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6th Annual Women's Golf Day
2012 LPGA Hall of Fame Inductee Nancy Quarcelino;
Top 100 Teacher and PGA Master Professional Charlie Sorrell to Host Golf Clinics at Event
In an effort to provide women and girls with more opportunities to get involved in the game of golf, the PGA Center for Golf Learning & Performance at PGA Village in Port St. Lucie, Fla., is hosting a complimentary Women’s Golf Day for players of all ages and skill levels, along with their guests on Saturday March 16 from 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
2012 LPGA Hall of Fame Inductee Nancy Quarcelino; and fellow Top 100 Instructor and 1990 PGA Teacher of the Year Charlie Sorrell will be on hand — along with local PGA/LPGA Professionals —to host clinics that can help beginning golfers get properly introduced to the game of golf and assist avid golfers with pointers on how to take a couple of strokes off their score. PGA of America Fitness Performance Specialist Adam Dunham will also host a fitness clinic promoting the health and wellness benefits of golf.
• Saturday, March 16, 2013 • 1 – 4 p.m.
• PGA Center for Golf Learning and Performance, 8565 Commerce Center Drive, Port St. Lucie, FL 34986, (772) 468-7686
• Nancy Quarcelino, Top 100 Instructor, 2013 LPGA HOF Inductee and 2000 LPGA Teacher of the Year
• Charlie Sorrell, Top 100 Instructor, PGA Master Professional and 1990 PGA Teacher of the Year
• Adam Dunham, PGA of America’s Fitness Performance Specialist
• PGA/LPGA Professionals, including many from the South Florida PGA Section
• Women’s and girls’ golf clinics provide participants with the opportunity to take part in various golf activities, to play better golf with instruction from PGA and LPGA Professionals, and to also have fun with friends and family while playing the game.
• Women all over the country have experienced that the game of golf is good for business and networking; has health and fitness benefits; and allows friends and families to spend quality time together.
• Recently, more women are looking for ways to learn or improve their golf game. In the past five years, the majority of new golfers have been women.
• Women have said that golf has helped them be more assertive, close business deals and develop new social and business relationships.
• All attendees and their guests will receive free golf lessons from PGA/LPGA Professionals, a complimentary fitness clinic, free golf balls to hit on the driving range and complimentary equipment demonstrations.
• Prizes, contests and fun
• Attendees can pre-register for the event at PlayGolfAmerica.com. Admission is free.