Lisa Longball to host ladies’ golf clinic at St. Eugene
Long drive champion, athlete and keynote speaker aims to help women feel confident on the course
St. Eugene Golf Resort and Casino is thrilled to announce a Ladies’ Clinic and Lunch on Wednesday, June 22, hosted by eight-time Long Drive National Champion Lisa ‘Longball’ Vlooswyk.
Designed to help attendees improve their understanding of the game and their overall technique, the event will feature live demonstrations by Vlooswyk. Following the clinic, she and Cindy Soukoroff, the resort’s head golf pro, will host a catered lunch reception featuring a motivational presentation by Vlooswyk.
“We are thrilled to bring Lisa and her world-class golf clinic to our resort,” said Soukoroff. “This is the perfect opportunity for women who golf at any level to refresh their game and enjoy our beautiful course.”
“I am so excited to come to the beautiful St. Eugene Resort and meet all of the wonderful women in the area. My goal is to have everyone leave my session with tips and tricks on hitting the golf ball longer, straighter and with more confidence,” said Vlooswyk.
“First, the ladies will learn new skills to bring to their physical game, whether they’re beginners or single digit player. Then in my talk, I will share my story of how I went from a high handicap recreational golfer to ranked number two in the world. My presentation will serve to motivate and inspire audience members to find their best games that season.”
A proudly Indigenous-owned and operated resort, a portion of the $109 + tax ticket sales for the Ladies’ Clinic and Lunch will go to the Ktunaxa Friendship Centre to support their programming and services.
After two years of reduced operations and events due to the pandemic, the resort opened its regular season on April 1.
For more information about the Ladies’ Clinic and Lunch and other upcoming events at St. Eugene Resort, please visit the resort website.