Hello and welcome to the Ladies section. Midlands Golfer magazine supports golf clubs and businesses in the region and my remit is to forge links with the ladies sections, female PGA professionals and county development officers.
.I represent you and your activities, for instance, have you started a new ladies academy or are you running a charity event? Has your club done well in a regional or national ladies competition? And how about ladies’ course records and even holes-in-ones? I’d like to hear about all of your achievements and I’m always happy to come and visit.
I do course reviews with ladies days or weekends away in mind and I can recommend great venues that will accommodate your needs. As in the case of Phil and the gents’ section, MG Birdies work in close contact with a number of local golf societies which include a healthy number of lady members..
We’ve also recently secured the services of Ladies European Tour star Lauren Taylor (L) who will be writing a blog for us and contributing a few ladies golf tips.
We now have our own Midlands Golfer Amateur Ladies Society known as MGALS. To date we have 60 ladies on our books who play out of Staffordshire, Nottinghamshire, Warwickshire, Leicestershire and Worcs. The plan is to move our events around the Midlands and to play as a society 2 to 3 times a year whilst attempting to be the biggest ladies society in the UK.
Lately we’ve developed them into mixed pairs events as well to get the hubbys involved and the majority of the competitions now offer an overnight stay too.
Next MGALS event – March 2021 – venue Marriott Breadsall Priory – details soon
Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any ladies golfing news of interest that we can publish here, and in the magazine itself.
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