Womens Golf Group

by Alana Allen | July 11th, 2014

golf picIf you’re a seasoned female golfer or a newbie looking to learn the finer details of the sport, then the Greensboro Women’s Golf Club is the group for you.

Established in 2011, the Greensboro Women’s Golf Club was created to develop a healthy network of female golfers in Greensboro and surrounding areas. They host clinics, scrambles, tournaments, community outreach events and have twice been featured on WFMY News 2.

Greensboro native Rhonda Sampson, an information technology analyst, along with marketing director Tanya Reid, formed the group as a means to share their passion for golf and ensure that every woman has an equal opportunity to learn, enjoy and experience the benefits of the game. “We continually strive to strengthen the group by successfully supporting one another through visionary outreach, partnership and quality outreach education,” says Sampson.

Golf is uniquely different from other sports because important business deals and community decisions can regularly occur within the course of a game, thus providing players a healthy foundation to network with individuals of diverse backgrounds and career experience. The Greensboro Women’s Golf Club attracts top-ranking female executives from Fortune 500 companies such as Hewlett-Packard, Ralph Lauren and Volvo.

Sampson firmly dismisses the notion that golf is boring, saying that the majority of those who enter with that mindset are the ones that become hooked. Effective August 1, 2014, current members will only pay $15 for annual membership dues. Non-members pay $25.

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