Date: March 04, 2016
Author: MyGolf

Clinics excite MyGolfers at the Women’s Australian Open

World No.1 and 2015 champion Lydia Ko and Australia’s top-ranked players – LPGA Tour winner Minjee Lee and five-time national champion Karrie Webb – headed to South Australia for the 2016 ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open.

South Australian MyGolfers were in for an absolute treat with those women and more of the world’s best female golfers coming to town.

Decked out in MyGolf gear, 15 lucky MyGolfers from Adelaide Shores and 15 from Glenelg Golf Club experienced a MyGolf Clinic with Australia’s Su Oh and Canadian superstar Lorie Kane.

Su and Lorie put on a display of trick shots for the MyGolfers, answered any burning questions the juniors had, then finished up by signing autographs.

The MyGolfers were able to put their own skills to test as PGA professional Gary Simpson headed the remainder of the clinic. 

No fewer than 20 MyGolfers from nine different MyGolf Centres scored a ticket to the Women’s Open on Saturday and a clinic with LPGA Tour player Casey Grice and LET Tour player Marion Ricordeau.

Having completed their third rounds in the morning, Casey and Marion devoted a portion of their afternoon to the MyGolfers. 

Similar to Su and Lorie, Casey and Marion put on a display of shots for the MyGolfers. Surprisingly, the young Texan and Frenchwoman found themselves answering a lot of questions from the intrigued youngsters.

The MyGolfers were happy to receive autographs from both women and wished them all the best for their final day of play.

PGA professional Jason Norris took over the clinic, giving the MyGolfers tips and tricks while they hit some shots on the driving range right next to some of the LPGA Tour players including American Cheyenne Woods.