Thank you to those who have sent in photos and information for the newsletter. I really appreciate your willingness to share your stories. There are still many of you out there just waiting for me to call you. But, good news, you don’t have to wait! Please email me your recent or upcoming activities and we can get them in the next newsletter! There are many things you do on a daily basis that may seem normal to you but there are others who may gain something from your experiences. email@example.com
Hope you are all enjoying a wonderful summer full of fantastic learning opportunities as well as some rest and relaxation. I am grateful to those of you who submitted articles for our newsletter this quarter. I know we all love learning about one another, and I invite all of you to share freely and often. I’d love to send more frequent news blasts with rich content. Feel free to tell us what is happening in your world! Please email me with your thoughts and ideas!
What makes me most proud to be a T&CP Member is how uniquely talented each and every member is that I meet. I am proud to be a part of such of a dynamic organization in which we all share the same vision of growing the game of golf through the very youngest to the wisest! Building relationships with other T&CP members is the best thing about being a part of the leading organization in the golf industry.
Play Days and Meet & Greets
Lynne Hunter, fellow LPGA member from Kenwood Country Club in Bethesda, MD, and I have been conducting Meet and Greets and/or Play Days in the Baltimore/Washington DC area over the last year. We try to have one once a quarter and have had participation that ranges from 4 to 12 professionals.
We’ve had extremely wet conditions in Ohio and now are heading into the hot and humid part of the summer. I am hoping that all of your golf programs are heating up as well. Vice-President Penny Porter is plugging the LPGA-USGA GG organization and I would like to also put a plug in for the organization with which I have been involved for 13 years in Defiance. The junior golfers involved usually start at a really young age and it’s really rewarding to watch them progress into high school golfers and sometimes collegiate players. I recently saw a photo on MW Section member Pat Gray’sFacebook page. There were three golfers from her junior programs who are headed to play collegiate golf. How neat!
I have enjoyed meeting those of you who I have had a chance to speak with the past few weeks. I am looking forward to talking with many more of you in the near future. Thank you to those who have provided pictures and stories for the newsletters! I have gotten quite a bit of information so if you did not make this newsletter, stay tuned!
I’m Mary Ritchie, Head Women’s Golf Coach at UC Riverside and Secretary of the Western Section. I’m at your service for all things related to information, communication and social media. I’m addicted to technology of all sorts and am eager to share information about anything and everything – including what is happening in your part of our section. I urge you to come out of hiding and share your story with our colleagues. Tell us what you are doing and also what you are thinking will make our organization even better. Your officers are listening deeply and we are invested in staying cutting edge in our industry. We need you: your energy, your thoughts and your participation in all the LPGA T&CP has to offer. Please let me know how I can personally assist you; I’m always happy to lend a hand and an ear.