Women’s Golf Day Celebration Comes to Cedar Rapids

Today 46 countries will participate in a global Women’s Golf Day. With over 701 locations worldwide, Cedar Rapids, Iowa will have four courses participate in this year’s goal to inspire action and create a global impact.

Lisa Miller, PGA Master Professional and Director of Golf Operations at the City of Cedar Rapids Parks and Recreation, was excited to announce four courses in the area that would be offering special deals for female golfers in honor of the event.

The following four golf facilities in Cedar Rapids will be offering free carts to all women who play today: Ellis Golf Course, Gardner Memorial Golf Course, Jones Golf Course and Twin Pines Golf Course. The normal rates at all of these courses are $10 for nine holes per player and $16 for eighteen holes per player.

Women’s Golf Day is a one day event celebrating girls and women playing golf and learning the skills that last a lifetime. The ultimate goal of the campaign is to engage, empower and support women in all aspects of golf. Women’s Golf Day is meant to encourage women to pursue the game to grow their network and engage in the golf community in a fun and non-intimidating environment.

So far the event has over 29,100 participants worldwide. The Iowa Golf Association serves as the governing body of golf for the state of Iowa. As such, we enthusiastically support any program, event or effort to encourage the game of golf and welcome new golfers into the community.

The Iowa Golf Association serves as the governing body of golf for the state of Iowa. Run by amateur golfers the IGA provides a variety of programs and services that benefit everyone who plays the game.

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