WASHINGTON, N.J. – On a breezy fall afternoon at Hawk Pointe Golf Club, the second Fall Women’s Golf Day wrapped up and was another fun day of golf, learning and social interaction between fellow female golfers. 

“We’re so excited and know that Women’s Golf Day is something that we know there is a need for this in our state,” said Director of Handicapping and Membership Services, Rich Kennedy. “We think this is something among many other things that’s going to help grow the women’s game in New Jersey.”

The event included a tee gift at registration, followed by a short game clinic courtesy of Juliet Little, teaching professional at Montammy Golf Club. Additionally, lunch, golf and awards followed after play.

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Following the successful inaugural Women’s Golf Day at Spring Brook Country Club on June 14, 2021, a women’s golf day to close out the golf season was in high demand. For many participants at Hawk Pointe, this was their first women’s golf day experience.

“I thought this would be a fun day and I’ve never done something like this, so I asked my friends to play,” said participant Connie Cervati. “We also saw the short game lesson and thought that would be something we could benefit from.”

 

 

“I didn’t know anyone in my group and part of the reason I wanted to come to this event was so I could find some people that I can meet up next spring and play golf at other venues,” said Denise Cristelli.

Format for the day featured a fun, best ball of 4 and Individual Net with Stableford (points) scoring. Hyun Kang, Jennifer Kim, Linda Carubia and Jin Kim won the team portion of the event, while Lynn Jewell won the individual piece.

Established in 2000, the Washington private golf club featured beautiful views of fall foliage, and sits on 250 acres of rolling hills.

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