Below you will find answers to our most frequently asked questions. Feel free to contact us if you don’t see your question here.
How do I join?
You can register by filling out the membership form online or by phone. Once you submit your information online we will follow up with a phone call the next day to process your payment. We accept cheques, e-transfer, PayPal, Visa and MasterCard. Memberships are valid from May 1st to November 15th. Click here to register.
What are the benefits of joining?
You will benefit from playing golf with a group of ladies at a time you can fit into your busy life. You can take advantage of our extensive offering of 9 and 18 hole games, organized weekly at selected clubs in the region. Our different membership packages offer a great deal of value and include:
- Network and Community of Women to play golf with
- Schedule of weekly games and events organized for you
- Preferred green fee rates at a variety of Member Clubs
- Lesson package taught by our very own female PGA of Canada Professional
- 10% Discount on additional lessons from Sara
- Preferred pricing on personal purchases at Golf Central in Bayer’s Lake
- Members Social Events and invitation to exclusive golf getaways
- On-Course Mentorship
- Welcome Gift
- Tips and special offers delivered to your inbox every week
How good of a golfer do I need to be to join?
We welcome all golfers! Our programs create a welcoming, non-competitive environment for ladies of all skill levels. Our goal is having fun! Instruction and mentorship is available on-course at your request. We offer a variety of membership packages that can further develop your skills.
Am I able to cancel my membership?
You have 15 days to cancel your membership for full refund. After that time no refunds will be given unless for medical necessity. We believe that open communication is best, send us an email and we would be happy to assist you.
How do I sign up to play?
Once you become a member your email address will be added to our database. Each week you will be emailed a link and be asked to select the games and courses you wish to play. Make your selections and add any comments. We will send you a confirmation email with your tee time 2 days in advance along with a helpful tip.
How do I cancel a scheduled game?
We understand things pop up – All you need to do is communicate with Metro Ladies Golf Inc. thru email or phone. The golf courses are not responsible for handling our tee times. Plus, we may have ladies on a wait list to play that day. Cancellations of your tee time are accepted 24 hours before your tee time however, those made on the day of play may be subject to a $20 no-show fee.
How do I cancel a scheduled lesson?
All you need to do is communicate with Metro Ladies Golf Inc. thru email or phone. Every effort will be made to reschedule your session before November 15th of the same year. Rescheduling or cancellation can happen 24 hours prior to your lesson time without penalty. “No-Shows” will not be refunded.
What do I do if there is inclement weather forecast?
Most area courses remain open for play regardless of weather. However, a determination will be made one hour prior to start of lessons or tee times by Metro Ladies Golf Inc. to cancel or postpone. You will be notified via email or text. “No-Shows” may be subject to a fee.
When should I arrive at the Course?
Arrive no later than 20 minutes before your tee time and check in at the Pro Shop to pay your green fees. While golf groups are pre-determined, if you do not arrive on time you may be put in another group. If you are delayed, let us know and every effort will be made to get you out!
Do I need to be a member in order to take lessons or clinics?
No. All clinics and lessons are open to the public with the exception of our member’s only events. However, as a member you will receive preferred rates on instruction when booked through Metro Ladies Golf.
How do I get a registered Handicap?
Having a Handicap factor is not a requirement of our membership. All members will learn how to receive and maintain a handicap through the Public Player’s Program. The Nova Scotia Golf Association manages the program by using an online portal. Having a handicap will give you access to local and provincial tournaments.
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