Clinics to Get You Started
I have scheduled (weather permitting) some spring clinics to get you started. Also, for the ladies, I have the practice days scheduled starting in March on Tuesday and Thursdays from 11-12. These is a fun hour of activities, games and challenges to improve your game.
Additionally, I have a Ladies Golf 101 which is a 6-week clinic and a great program for newer players which will start in April. This program fills up quick so sign up early.
And ladies the Friday Scrambles are back with the first one March 5th.
These are small classes to get you started this season. Just $30. per person.
March 16th, 5:30-7 pm, Scoring – We will look at a few different areas that can make the most difference in your ability to score lower.
March 12th, 3-4:30 pm, Full Swing – Players will focus on WHAT REALLY MATTERS in the golf swing. PS. it is not what you think!
March 2nd, 5-6:30 pm, Short game Skills – This is the skill that will save you the most shots! Learn what clubs to use and when to use them from 10 yards to 60 yards.
March 23rd, 5:30-7 pm, Putting – The “game within the game” that is the quickest ways to lower your scores. What is the most effective way to putt for YOU? And where do you need to putt it? And what is the best putter for you to putt with? We will answer all these questions and more.
Sunday, April 11th, 12- 2 pm, Spring Warm up – Come get a great spring warm up for your body and game! We will do a fun body warm up and then go through the skills putting through driver!
Ladies Practice Program
All season long, you can join a ladies practice program of fun activities, challenges and games to improve your golf. Each week on Tuesdays or Thursdays from 11-12.
$20 per person or Prepay for 4 classes and ½ hour private lesson scheduled at your convenience, ONLY $100. (reg $135)
LPGA Golf 101
We recognize that women are not one size fits all, which is why this Intro to Golf Program—conducted by Women for Women—follows the overall student-centered LPGA Integrated Performance System to guide you through a comprehensive, 6-module, “Welcome to Golf” program for new, or relatively new, female golfers.
Through this LPGA program, you will take your first step in your journey to learn, play, and enjoy the game of golf.
Six-week program $150. Equipment can be provided if needed.
Saturday, April 3rd, 10,17,24, May 1st, 8 from 11-12:00.
Ladies 9-hole Scrambles
2021 Ed Oliver Golf Club, Wilmington DE
Friday March 5th, 2-3 pm warm up, 3 pm 9 – hole scramble
These are fun scrambles good for all level of players with reception to follow including cocktails, lite food and prizes! Register as an individual or as a team or 2-4 players.
How to sign-up:
Click BOOK NOW and log in or create an account.
Then go to “GROUPS / CAMPS /CLINICS” and you will find the scramble on that dates. Or you can call Becky at 302-571-9041 ext. 6.
2021 Girls Golf Clinics
Saturday, March 6th, Ed Oliver Golf Club, Wilmington, DE: 1-3 pm
Sunday, March 7th, Bear Trap Dunes, Oceanview, DE: 1-3 pm
Sunday, March 14th, Ed Oliver Golf Club, Wilmington, DE: 1-3 pm
Saturday, March 20th, Mulligan Pointe, Georgetown, DE: 2-4 pm
Sunday, March 21st, Ed Oliver Golf Club, Wilmington, DE: 1-3 pm
Saturday, March 27th, Back Creek, Middletown DE: 1-3 pm
Sunday, March 28th, Ed Oliver Golf Club, Wilmington, DE: 1-3 pm
Clinics are being offered to girls currently in Middle & High School who are interested in learning the game of golf, interested in improving their game or currently playing or interested in playing for high school.
There is no fee for this program which is provided by the generous support of Women Golfers Give Back (WGGB)
Note: Participants are required to REGISTER NOW. Please contact Leslie McGuigan with any questions: email@example.com 302-290-1250
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The mission of the First Tee of Greater Wilmington is to Impact, influence and inspire the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character and citizenship, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices. Please contact Leslie McGuigan with any questions: firstname.lastname@example.org 302-290-1250