Making the game of golf more accessible and welcoming to women.

Build your confidence on the first tee: How to Prepare to play your best!

Honestly, who hasn’t had the first tee jitters. At all stages of our playing careers we have all experienced anxiety, butterflies, elevated heart rate and sweaty palms on the first tee.

Whether you are playing for the first time, competing in your first amateur tournament, competing in a professional event, entertaining clients for business golf or playing in a club championship, we have all experienced nerves on the first tee.

The preparation you take in the weeks or months prior to your golf game will help you relax and enjoy your day. Once you understand that all golfers feel the same way on the first tee, you can use the tactics below to alleviate your stress. Professional golfers often get anxious about performing in front of a crowd and it is compounded if they know they haven’t put in the practice. The game of golf is played over 18 holes with all types of shots and terrains being tested, so reduce the pressure by relying less on making a perfect first tee shot and focus on what you can do well.
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5 Tips for Women to Get into Golf

The return of warmer weather has many thinking about outdoor activities. If you are a women thinking about giving golf a try this year check out these 5 tips to getting into golf:   Read More >>>



International Women’s Day – How will you mark the day?

Local female golf pro marks International Women’s Day by removing barriers to women’s golf

March 7, 2016  For Immediate Release

Halifax, NS  Sara Wilson, a PGA golf professional wants to mark International Women’s Day by removing the barriers women face today in golf. “The male-oriented environment is a major barrier to golf for women along with cost, limited skill, time, family constraints, lack of golfing friends as major barriers to golf for women,” says Wilson.
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It’s Never to Late to Learn to Golf

Meet Debbie
She has proved you are never to late to start to play golf! Speaking to her last fall she must have played every day until the snow began! Hope she inspires you to get out there!   Read More >>>



Why You Need Your Own Clubs

Ladies, learning to golf this year? Why you need your own clubs.

Golf clubs are not all the same. The worst thing you can do for your development is tell yourself you will buy a set of golf clubs once you get better. The truth is you will get better sooner with a set of clubs fitted for your skill level and body type. Ladies golf clubs are lightweight with graphite shafts, shorter, more flexible and have smaller grips. These features will suit many females out there.   Read More >>>



Fall is Here! The Perfect Time to Prepare for Golf Season

Use the time away from the course to become a better golfer. Sounds funny, but you will see results! We all know undergoing a change of any kind takes time. Whether you were working with a golf instructor, relative or friend, swing changes we try to implement need careful practice in order to become a new habit. Be reasonable with your expectations. We are all guilty of feeling as though a golf lesson will fix our swing. But the truth is that only with proper, careful practice will we see the positive results. Follow these steps to be prepared to play better golf next spring!   Read More >>>



Progress Club to Honour 19 Women

The Chronicle Herald

The Canadian Progress Club Halifax Cornwallis will recognize 19 women for their contributions to business and the greater community. Recipients are: Sara Wilson, golf professional and owner of Metro Ladies Golf Inc.   Read More >>>



Wilson Caddies Abraham Ancer to Nova Scotia Open Win

The Laker

Local pro Sara Wilson had a Cinderella ending to caddying for Abe Ancer at the Web.com Tour’s Nova Scotia Open – he won the tournament, held July 2-5 at Ashburn’s New Course in Windsor Junction, just up the road from her family’s home.   Read More >>>



Champion rewind: Abraham Ancer

Caddie’s local knowledge leads Ancer to victory at Nova Scotia Open

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia – A few weeks before the start of the Nova Scotia Open, Abraham Ancer received a Twitter message from Sara Wilson, a Halifax-area resident who was an assistant pro at Ashburn Golf Club (New) for about 14 years.   Read More >>>



Caddie Chronicles: The Rise of a PGA Star

The week I spent as a Caddie during the Nova Scotia Open is one of most amazing weeks of my career and personal life – A week I will never forget! Any chance I can get to be inside the ropes of a professional golf event I want to be there.

I first met Abraham Ancer at last year’s Tournament and was on the bag for him on Friday. He didn’t make the cut, but he did make a charge on the back 9. I saw that he was 39th on the money list this year. So I sent him a quick note on twitter congratulating him on his impressive play and asked if he was coming to Halifax again. He responded by asking me to be his caddie.   Read More >>>



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$25 Thursday is Ladies Nights at Brunello

June 1, 2017, 5:00pm - June 1, 2017, 7:30pm

Ladies night will be hosted by PGA professional Kerry Maher and sister Former NB team member Kelly Maher. Ladies night is going to be fun, informal and just about getting out on the course with no pressure. Beginner friendly environemnt! Promise! It will be team golf, which is called a scramble. It's only $25 for 9 holes with a cart! Every Thursday night starting June 1st- Sept 14th. Music by the talented Andrea Ritcey closing night! Call Brunello pro shop to sign up. 902-876-7649 to book your tee time. We are having a lesson warm up meet and greet day on Sunday May 28th 1-2:30 $40 for lesson and range use! Signup-by emailing kerrymaherpro@hotmail.com

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Still looking to get your kids into golf? I am offering 9 weeks of sessions on Sundays beginning June 4th These introductory classes range from 8-17 years plus I host a girls only class. Cost is $99 +hst at Oakfield GC Msg me for details ... See MoreSee Less

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Testimonials

As a beginner golfer I can enjoy the game without intimidation or fear. Several scheduled tee times per week make it possible to pick and choose times and courses convenient to the golfer. It’s been a great summer of social golfing and of skill development. I look forward to next season.
Nancy Bowie

Contact

Sara Wilson Director & Coach

E-mail: metroladiesgolf@gmail.com

Phone: 902-449-2062

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