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Girls Golf

Teaching girls ages 7-17 the basics of golf in a fun way with a variety of activities, games, and special events.  Girls Golf is designed to boost confidence and character through the game of golf. The goal of Girls Golf is to help girls and young women build self-esteem early in life so they are successful as adult women.











Changing lives one swing at a time!

LPGA-USGA Girls Golf of the Lehigh Valley is a junior golf program that gives girls the chance to learn to play the game of golf and to make new friends, have fun, and learn lifelong skills. They also engage in activities that build confidence, character, and self discipline as well as sample competition in a positive and supportive learning environment. This program is the only national initiative of its kind just for girls. The ultimate goal is to provide girls with the encouragement needed to grow into happy, healthy, economically independent women. Through the use of fun games, on-course play, and special events we teach the girls a solid foundation of the game of golf. Space is limited so if interested, please contact Christina, Girls Golf Coordinator at (610) 867-4669 ext. 109 or email girlsgolf@ywcabethlehem.org.

We are looking to begin clinics in May, and we will be returning to Bethlehem Golf Club and Southmoore Golf Course again this summer! Please feel free to contact Christina with any questions.  Click here to register for the 2018 Girls Golf Program. We are excited for another great season of Girls Golf!   

Our 16th Annual T.G.I.F Charity Golf Classic will take place at Bethlehem Golf Club on Friday, June 8th, 2018 with a tentative start time of 8:00 a.m.  We are proud to ask you to join our family of sponsors this year ad show your support of YWCA’s girl empowerment programs.  As a sponsor, you will be entitled to numerous benefits while supporting the only LPGA-USGA Girls Golf program in the Valley.  Click here for our TGIF 2018 Sponsorship Packet.






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