Let's Get Out and Play

Learn more about our non-profit golf organization based in Williamston, MI

It's been said that many of life's lessons can be learned on the golf course. From sportsmanship and respect to humility and perseverance, golf teaches plenty of valuable skills from tee to green. But it's taken far too long for women and girls to see the value around the sport. WTG is a non-profit golf organization with a plan - introducing young women and girls in our community to this beautiful game.

WTG is hosting a two-day event in Williamston, MI to kick everything off. Spectators are welcome! More events will be upcoming throughout the year, so please stay tuned.

Contact us today to schedule a tee time in our tournament. If you'd like to learn more about WTG sponsorship opportunities, we're happy to discuss the details with you further.

5 valuable lessons learned through golf

The game seems simple enough - get the ball into the hole with the least amount of swings possible. But for anyone who's ever played, it's clear just how difficult this can be. Through our non-profit golf organization, we hope to teach young women in our community:

Humility

golf is a game of misses and mistakes. You rarely hit the shot you planned, but you learn how to find success in failure.

Work ethic

practice makes perfect, especially when it comes to golf. A combination of mental and physical work is what it takes to make a player great.

Focus

there will be no shortage of distractions in life and on the golf course. Clear your mind, breathe and hit the shot.

Respect

always replace your divot, fix your ball mark and leave the course in better shape than you found it. Doing the little things right will open up opportunities on and off the course.

Honesty

how do you act when no one's watching?

We hope our women's golf tournaments will be a huge hit in our community, introducing the game to many young women who would have otherwise never even considered playing. To learn more about our golfing charity, get in touch with us now.