Posted Thursday, April 28th, 2016
The Morris County Park Commission is offering a new Women’s 14-Week Golf Program designed to make women comfortable on the links and improve their playing ability and lifestyles.
The county has partnered with Pat Roque of “Business Boomers” to produce this new program to introduce a new audience to the county’s golf links starting next Friday.
IMPORTANT: Registration deadline is May 4.
The program is open to female golfers of all interest and ability levels, weekly events begin Friday, May 6 at the following Morris County Park Commission owned golf courses: Berkshire Valley (Jefferson), Flanders Valley (Flanders), Pinch Brook (Florham Park) and Sunset Valley (Pompton Plains). Registration is $480 and includes:
“Women represent nearly 20 percent of all golfers and 40 percent of all new golfers,” says Rob O’Rourke, Regional Manager for Billy Casper Golf, which manages the Morris County courses. “Alongside Pat Roque, our courses’ teams will show women, in non-intimidating and fun ways, how learning and playing golf has healthy impacts on their lives.”
“Billy Casper Golf continues to add even more value-enhancing programs to our golf courses,” says Betty Cass-Schmidt, President of the Morris County Park Commission. “We firmly embrace opportunities like this which foster growth and development of our community.”
For more information and full listing of events, call Flanders Valley at 973.584.5382 or visit www.morriscountygolfcourses.com.
About Morris County Park Commission Golf Courses
More information: www.morriscountygolfcourses.com, 973.584.5382.