The number of women teeing it up on the golf course is at an all-time high, and today, June 7th, we celebrate this milestone along with others across the globe, for Women’s Golf Day (WGD).
The number of women golfers increased to almost 6.2 million in 2021. This comes after a net rise of 450,000 women golfers in 2020 pushed the on-course participant base over 6 million for the first time since 2007. WGD, a global movement that engages, empowers, and supports females through golf, embraces this surge at its annual one-day sporting and community celebration. WGD creates a network to support the continuation of golf no matter what skill level or interest, while engaging women in an empowering initiative with global impact from a local level.
Today, ladies from all over took to our golf courses to participate in the celebration!
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About Women’s Golf Day:
Women’s Golf Day (WGD) is a global movement that Engages, Empowers, and Supports women and girls through golf and facilities them learning the skills that last a lifetime. The one-day, four-hour event, has now taken placeat more than 1000 locations in nearly 80 countries since its inception in 2016, and has introduced thousands of new golfers to the sport. WGD is the fastest-growing female golf development initiative.
In 2021, WGD’s primary hashtag, #WomensGolfDay, received more than 87 million global impressions to nearly 37 million people viewing WGD content. Women’s Golf Day is unique, there is nothing like it in sports, a one-day sporting and community celebration event that unites women through golf across the globe for 24 hours straight transcending gender, race, religion, language, geography, or economic status.
Visit Online: www.womensgolfday.com
Follow on social media: @womensgolfday #WomensGolfDay #WGDunites
All are welcome to participate in Women’s Golf Day except where prohibited by law. Women’s Golf Day does not discriminate against anyone on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability, medical condition, genetic information, material status or sexual orientation.