WOMEN’S GOLF DAY
Join us on Tuesday, June 4 for Women’s Golf Day
Join Renaissance, Charlotta Sorenstam, and Continuum Performance Center for Women’s Golf Day! Women’s Golf Day is an international community event created by women for women, and designed to encourage women and girls to enjoy golf and learn skills that last a lifetime.
Renaissance is proud to be one of the first clubs in Massachusetts to sign up as an official participant in Women’s Golf Day, and we’re excited to open up our club to the public and help to grow the game of women’s golf!
Attendees will enjoy:
- Golf clinics and education with LPGA Champion and Solheim Cup player Charlotta Sorenstam
- Trunk show and silent auction of a custom, pink and white, E-Z-Go RXV golf cart (see right)
- TRX and mobility clinics with the Continuum Performance Center team
- Meet & Greet cocktail reception
- Portion of all proceeds will be donated to Breast Cancer Research Foundation!
- This day is for women of all ages, from Juniors to Seniors
The event is $50 per adult, and free for juniors under the age of 12.
To Register for Women’s Golf Day at Renaissance, fill out the interest form below, or call Lana Packard at (978) 241-6711.
Bid on this custom E-Z-Go RXV. Reconditioned with extraordinary details, including a custom wheel and tire package, LED lights, extended canopy top, custom pink and white seating, Mad Jack 250 Seat with Flip & Cooler system and more! Retails for $8,000; starting bid is $4,000, and all profits will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Amber is an accomplished performance coach and rotational sports specialist with a wide array with training and certifications under her belt: NSCA Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, TPI Golf Fitness Instructor, TRX Trainer, and more!
TRX, or Total Body Resistance training, is a specialized form of suspension training that utilizes body weight exercises to develop strength, balance, flexibility and core stability simultaneously. TRX is well-loved by golfers, runners, cyclists, and anyone looking for a endurance training with a highly developed strength-building element.
Charlotta turned Professional in 1994, and, in 1996, she finished second at the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament. In 1998, she recorded 15 top-20 finishes, including a season-best tie for second at the Friendly’s Classic, and made her first European Solheim Cup Team.
In 2000, she became the first of seven Rolex First-Time Winners when she held off Karrie Webb and her Hall of Fame sister, Annika, at the Standard Register PING, where Charlotta recorded her career-low round of 64 during the second round. She crossed the $1 million mark in career earnings following the Arch Wireless Championship.
In 2008, she retired from playing full-time on the LPGA after 11 seasons (1997-2008). Charlotta has been involved in teaching, instructing at the Annika Academy at Reunion Resort, just outside of Orlando, Fla., for more than a decade.
She currently serves as the Director of Instruction at The Sorenstam Academy located at Charlotte Harbor National Golf Club, and heads up Grow The Game initiatives for SKYiGOLF, where she is Chief Inclusion Officer and Director of Instruction.