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“>Aviar. You may also give new players used discs or have loaner discs available. By providing suitable discs for new women players, you increase the chance they will have a more enjoyable experience.
Group players accordingly.
Arrange for at least one experienced woman player to accompany each group of new women players. If there are not enough experienced players, play as a large group. It may take longer, but it should be enjoyable for all. Playing with more experienced players will help the new players to understand the basics of the game, rules and etiquette.
Consider course layout.
Think about hosting your league at a recreational course in your area, playing from shorter tees or only playing nine holes. A championship level course, or course featuring difficult terrain, may not be suitable for beginning players. If a smaller course, or shorter tees are not available, set up short tees and mark with flags. You may consider having the newer players complete only 9 holes. As players gain skills, think about meeting at a larger course, playing longer tees, or completing all the holes. Be flexible and understanding of the limits and needs of the new players.
Announce the league by posting flyers at all area courses. Include women’s league information on any local club/league websites. Make announcements at all local leagues and tournaments. Mention there is a minimal fee or it is free to play and equipment will be provided. You may also post league information on the dedicated area of the Women’s Forum on the PDGA discussion board.
Hold women’s clinics.
Hold a brief women’s clinic before each league session. Show a new technique or discuss a new topic each week that covers one of the basic skills or rules of the game. Contact us for more information on women’s clinics.
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