Women’s Day set to return at Turtle Hill
Turtle Hill Golf Club at Fairmont Southampton will be hosting a Women’s Golf Day for the fourth consecutive year today.
Women’s Golf Day is an experience happening globally where women and girls may experience golf for the first time or where current players may play and engage with women interested in golf. It is a one-day event celebrating girls and women playing golf and learning the skills that last a lifetime.
“We at Turtle Hill are excited to support this global movement and encourage women to discover the benefits of golf for building relationships,” said Scott Roy, director of golf.
“Turtle Hill Golf Course is, in my opinion, the best course on the island for either beginners learning the game and gaining confidence, to those who are experienced looking for a challenge. If you have ever considered playing golf, this is the perfect day to start.
“If you’re already a golfer, it’s a great day to find new partners. No matter your playing ability, you’re welcome to attend.”
The event will start at 4pm with participants having the option of taking lessons for a half an hour on the driving range and half an hour chipping and putting or playing: a nine-hole scramble or play their own ball as long as the round can be completed by 6pm.
The day then continues with a sunset “wine” down supported by Pitt and Co overlooking Gibbs Hill Light House and the South shore. For more information and to register please email: email@example.com or contact the Golf Shop at 239-6952
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