In honor of Women’s Golf Month, three of my girlfriends and I signed up for a “Ladies Clinic” at TPC Boston. The cost of the event was FREE and was open to women of all skill levels. The 3-hour session was perfect for a beginner like me. I learned SO MUCH and it inspired me to take some one-on-one lessons with a golf pro very soon. I’m terrible, but golf is so fun!
On the drive down to TPC Boston, I got excited about my Mapquest directions via iPhone. Best.gadget.ever!
TPC Boston is fancy-schmancy! You should have seen Mal’s face when I told him where I spent the afternoon! He was very jealous!
FYI: TPC stands for Tournament Players Club, a chain of American public and private golf clubs operated by the PGA Tour. I didn’t know any of this until today, which is why I am sharing it with you!
About 75 women attended the golf clinic this afternoon, but I think I was the only one without a bag of clubs. Luckily, my friends shared with me!
After a little stretching, the women broke into 5 smaller groups to learn some golf fundamentals:
Full Swing Techniques
Course Rules and Etiquette Session
The girls and me…
After the clinic, the group enjoyed some cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the clubhouse.
At the post-clinic reception, I enjoyed a beer and some cheese and cracker nibbles.
After the ladies golf clinic, I arrived home to my wonderful husband cooking dinner for the two of us. Mal is the BEST!
Mal made Simply Asia Spicy Szechwan Noodles to which he added green peppers, snap peas, and red onion, and placed atop a bed of chopped romaine.
The meal was fantastic, but not very spicy as advertised.
I drank a small glass of white wine with dinner.
I’m not sure what my plan is for the night. Mal and I might get together with friends, but my super early morning is starting to catch-up with me. I’d almost rather watch a movie and go to bed early! Sounds like a crazy Saturday night, right?