Starting in Australia and finishing in French Polynesia, events are taking place across the globe today in celebration of women’s and girls’ golf.
Women’s Golf Day, the global movement that engages, empowers, and supports females through golf, is an annual one-day sporting and community celebration taking place today – Tuesday, June 7!
WGD was founded by Elisa Gaudet in 2016. Now in its 7th year, WGD unites people across the globe through golf. Starting in Australia and ending in French Polynesia, events will take place for 24 hours straight.
The tournaments provide a basic and accessible platform for developing a lifetime golf foundation and skills. It establishes a network to encourage women to continue playing golf, regardless of their skill level or interest, while also involving them in an empowering program that has a global influence. The event transcends race, gender, religion, language, geography, or economic status.
The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC)
With a shared vision of advancing the game of golf for women, newly announced Women’s Golf Day partner, RBC, is proud to serve as lead sponsor of the WGD Toronto event and to provide new and experienced golfers across the greater Toronto area with resources, networking opportunities and access to the game.
Guests can get a professional club fitting from Callaway Golf and listen to a panel of industry experts, including Lindsay Hamilton, TSN SportsCentre anchor, and panelists Shannon Cole, Vice President Brand Marketing, RBC, Lorie Kane, LPGA Golfer, and Elisa Gaudet, Founder, Women’s Golf Day, during breakfast.
About Women’s Golf Day
Women’s Golf Day (WGD) is a worldwide movement that engages, empowers, and supports women and girls through golf and provides opportunities for them to gain lifelong skills. Since its start in 2016, the one-day, four-hour event has taken place in over 1000 sites in nearly 80 nations, introducing thousands of new golfers to the sport. WGD is the fastest-growing effort for female golf development.
Women’s Golf Day is a one-day athletic and community celebration event that brings women from all over the world together for 24 hours through golf, regardless of gender, race, religion, language, geography, or economic status. Learn more at www.womensgolfday.com