Virtual Women's Golf Day to Feature 24 Hours of Online Coaching

By: Golfshake Editor | Mon 01 Jun 2020 | Comments

This year's unique Virtual Women's Golf Day will feature a significant introduction by club management, development and marketing brand Troon, which is delivering 24 hours of virtual instruction and education on Instagram Live, including golf and fitness clinics.

Programming will be introduced by Troon’s Global Director of Education Tim Mahoney at 8:30 p.m. EST on Monday, June 1st from the Mountain Course at Cordillera in Vail, Colorado. At the top of each hour, beginning at 9 p.m. EST with Beth Holdsworth at Pacific Harbour Golf & Country Club in Australia, instruction and education will focus on a variety of topics including fitness, putting, health, yoga and more. The schedule includes (subject to change):

Times (UK GMT)

2 am - With Beth Holdsworth at Pacific Harbour Australia on Fitness

3 am - With David Lamprecht at Els Club Malaysia on Fundamentals

4 am - With Amy Millward at The Els Club Dubai, UAE on Putting

5 am - With Martin Robinson at Dubai Hills Golf Club, UAE on Wedge Distances

6 am - With Scott Graham at Address Montgomerie, UAE on Golf Fitness

7 am - With Sandy Meyer at Arabian Ranches, UAE on Golf Instruction

8 am - With Reynard Kleynhans at Yas Links, UAE on Golf Instruction

9 am - With Marc Arnold at Centurion, UK  on On Course Instruction

10 am - With Alastair Crobie & Zander Potgieter at Royal Golf Club, Bahrain on Golf Fitness

11 am - With Naela El Attar at Allegria Golf Club, Egypt on Takeaway in golf swing

12 pm - With Emma Harris at The Grove, England on Golf Instruction

1 pm - With David Scott at Dumbarnie Links, Scotland on Golf Instruction

2 pm - With Dana Schultz at Champion Hills Club, N.C. on How to play golf

3 pm - With Chelle Mahoney at Scottsdale, Ariz. on Boot Camp

4 pm - With Joe Hallet at Vanderbilt Legends Club, Ten. on Road to LPGA

5 pm - With Cordillera Chef Woodbridge at Club at Cordillera, Colo. on Health

6 pm - With Cheyenne Woods at Arizona on LPGA

7 pm - With Kimberely Healey at BallenIsles Golf Academy, Fla. on Golf Instruction                

8 pm - With Ellie Sick at Whirlwind Golf Club, Ariz. on Rules

9 pm - With Lindy LaBauve at Kierland Golf Club, Ariz. on Short Game

10 pm - With Doug Hammer at Troon North, Ariz. on Club Fitting

11 pm - With Andree Martin at Bay Club Academy, Calif. on Distance off the Tee

12 am - With Ladies Apparel by Troon Golf on Fashion

1 am - With Katherine Roberts at Yoga for Golfers, Canada on Yoga

“As a global leader in golf and club management, we wanted to take International Virtual Women’s Golf Day to the next level and engage as many Troon Associates and ambassadors as we could from around the world,” said Tim Schantz, president and CEO, Troon. “We sincerely hope golfers and non-golfers alike will tune-in to Instagram Live to learn more about the game and celebrate girls and women playing golf.”

International Women’s Golf Day is an annual event celebrating girls and women playing golf and learning the skills that last a lifetime. 2020’s Virtual Women’s Golf Day on June 2nd is a collaborative effort by organizations all working together to engage, empower and support girls and women through golf. For more information on International Women’s Golf Day visit

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Throughout April and May, as part of the company’s Moments Matter initiative, Troon Associates have been delivering video golf lessons, fitness classes, tennis tips and cooking advice to members, guests and followers on a daily basis on a variety of platforms including social media, club websites and email communication.

Women’s Golf Day events are geared towards women, but all are welcome to participate. Troon and Troon-affiliated facilities do not discriminate against anyone on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, disability, medical condition, genetic information, marital status, or sexual orientation.

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