Revised Plans For June 2 Women’s Golf Day Released

Revised Plans For June 2 Women's Golf Day Released

Revised Plans For Women’s Golf Day Released

Virtual Women’s Golf Day Unites The Industry For A Day of Entertainment, Celebration and Fundraising

With the “live” Women’s Golf Day postponed to September 1 due to the coronavirus, a virtual Women’s Golf Day will take place on the originally scheduled June 2nd.

The June 2nd Virtual Women’s Golf Day will bring together some of the leading names in golf, while raising essential funds for the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

On June 2nd, the womensgolfday.com website will engage golfers with exclusive videos by some of the most recognisable women and men from the world of golf, interviews, tips and insights across the 24hr period. Throughout the day there will also be an online auction that will feature ‘money can’t buy’ experiences donated by the biggest names in the game, including ClubCorp, Troon and more.

All proceeds from the online auction will be donated to Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF).  MSF teams are responding to COVID-19 on multiple fronts caring for patients, offering health education and mental health support, and providing training for vital infection control measures in health facilities around the world.  Items are being collected for the WGD / MSF auction through May 12th.  Celebrities and companies are encouraged to contact Elisa Gaudet for further information. 

Elisa Gaudet, Founder of Women’s Golf Day is determined that this ‘Virtual’ Women’s Golf Day will shine a light on the game, and bring some much-needed hope for the future “We are united, resolute and want to look back and take pride in how we responded to this challenge.  Every person in each of the more than 50 countries which host an event on WGD faces their own unique set of circumstances, but all share a love of golf.  We want to share the joy it brings by celebrating our amazing partners, bringing you videos and interviews with leading names all whilst raising money for MSF.”

While the Virtual Women’s Golf Day will have its home at womensgolfday.com, there will be many other ways for golfers around the world to get involved in the celebration.  Last year on social media over 25 million people were viewing WGD content hence this year the WGD team are encouraging people to share their love of the game by flooding channels with images of golfers wearing WGD red and white using #WGDUnites and @womensgolfday. There is also the chance to join the likes of Annika, Sky Sports’ Sarah Stirk, Lisa Longball as well as The Golf Channel’s Lauren Thompson, Paige Mackenzie, Anna Whitely and Cara Banks by sharing your #WGDUnites Challenge video clips.  Simply catch the ball, say your name and where you are from and why you love the game of golf and pass it on using the hashtag!  WGD will also be supporting The R&A by sharing content from their #GolfAtHome campaign.

Antony Scanlon, Executive Director if the International Golf Federation is a long time supporter of Women’s Golf Day he comments, “The IGF is proud of its association with the Women’s Golf Day since its inception and seeing the tremendous growth of this event worldwide. With all of us living in these times of extreme uncertainty we support and commend the WGD Digital Celebration golf industry initiative to raise funds for the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic.”

WGD is the fastest-growing female golf development initiative. WGD’s primary hashtag, #WomensGolfDay, received more than 47 million global impressions to nearly 25 million people viewing WGD content. Women’s Golf Day is unique, there is nothing like it in sports, a one-day sporting and community celebration event that unites women through golf across the globe for 24 hours straight transcending race, religion, language and geography.

To learn more about Women’s Golf Day and its upcoming Virtual event on Tuesday, June 2, 2020 visit www.womensgolfday.com @womensgolfday, #WomensGolfDay #WGDUNITES

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