2020 Women’s Golf Day Set to Welcome More Than 900 Facilities

West Palm Beach, Florida, United States: Women’s Golf Day (WGD) will be held on June 2 at more than 900 golf facilities around the globe.

WGD is a four-hour experience where women and girls can experience the sport for the first time or where current players can play and engage with women that are interested in golf.  

PGA Professionals earn MSR credits through a variety of ways, including hosting events like Women’s Golf Day and through educational opportunities. PGA pros must earn 54 MSR credits over a three-year cycle.

The first opportunity for PGA Professionals to earn MSR credits occurred at last week’s PGA Show during a roundtable discussion about Women’s Golf Day. PGA Professionals who participated earned one MSR credit. 

The ‘Women’s Golf Day Interactive Experience & Why it Works’ seminar was held at the Orange County Convention Centre. PGA Professionals whose facilities host WGD events will earn two MSR credits.

“This is a great opportunity for PGA Professionals to show their support of Women’s Golf Day, while earning valuable MSR credits,” said Elisa Gaudet, Founder of WGD.

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