Blackwood Golf Club welcomes women and girls who are new to golf. The easiest way to get into golf is to enrol in our “Give Golf a Go” program – unbelievable value at $75! Lots of our current members started golf this way.
What is the Give Golf a Go program?
Give Golf a Go
The program is run by our Golf Professional, Matthew Dent, and includes 4, 1 hour lessons in a group plus 4 fun rounds of golf with current members, with time for a coffee or drink afterwards. No equipment is required. The lessons will enable you to meet other women who are also new to golf.
The next round of Give Golf a Go clinics will be commencing in February or March 2018. If you would like to register your interest for the clinics, please call the office on 8388 2313, or email email@example.com.
What do I wear?
We’re a friendly and relaxed club. Girls and women generally wear pants, 3/4 length capri trousers, shorts or skirts, with a sports shirt with a collar. Denim jeans and track pants are not suitable. The clothes you wear on the course can be worn in the clubhouse. If you don’t have golf shoes it’s fine to wear joggers or walking shoes. If you are unsure about what to wear, simply come up to the club for a social drink and a look around. If you would like one of our members to show you around please contact the Office.
What happens after the program?
After this introduction we hope you’ll be hooked on golf and be interested in one of our membership packages. As a member you’ll be supported whether you’re playing socially for fun and fitness, or want to improve your game.
Blackwood offers new members the option of a golfing buddy to familiarise them with the club and the course. A buddy will be happy to play a round of golf with you, introduce you to other members and answer any questions.
How can I continue to improve my golf?
Like any sport we all get better by playing and practising. You can arrange extra lessons on your own or access group lessons (for a small fee). The Women’s Committee organise optional group practice sessions in the warmer months for golfers of all standards.