Eight female participants have enjoyed the newly developed Super Three Ladies Clinics at Valley View Golf Course in South Australia.
Standing on the tee box and staring down a fairway where a flag sits perched on carefully manicured grass at least 100 metres away, can be intimidating for first-time golfers.
With the support of Community Instructor, Meegan Button, female participants enjoyed the newly developed Super Three Ladies Clinics and learnt a range of skills and techniques designed to start their ‘Get into Golf’ journey.
The eight female participants were a great joy to teach across the three weeks,” said Meegan. “Golf is not only a technical game to master, but provides great social connections which will last a lifetime.
From putting and chipping to swinging a club, each lesson included a three hole on-course experience. “It’s really important to put the skills you learn during a lesson into action. The golf course is the best place to do this as it provides a true experience of what has been learnt during the lesson,” Meegan said.
“There is a huge difference to practicing a swing on a grass mat compared to being out on the course. Seasonally, the course changes quite a lot and the more golfers play the better their skills and techniques become.”
At the conclusion of each session, the participants enjoyed a cuppa and morning tea provided by Valley View Golf Course.
“Coming together post-lesson creates a true sense of belonging for the participants. We love supporting our golfers, especially those who are just beginning their golf journey. Everyone is welcome at Valley View Golf Course and we hope our newest participants continue to be a part of our Valley View community,” Meegan concluded.