LPGA Clinics Celebrate 25-Year Anniversary in 2015

The LPGA Golf Clinics for Women celebrates a milestone this year with its 25th anniversary. Founded by LPGA Legends Tour CEO Jane Blalock and managed by her company, JBC Golf, the clinics have given businesswomen throughout the nation an introduction to the game for a quarter century. Beginning with one clinic in 1990, 14 clinics will be held this year in 12 states with 70 to 140 women participants at each event. “From the start, it became clear these clinics weren’t just a golf school,” said Blalock. “It’s about empowering women and giving them a skill that can enhance them both professionally and personally.” A 27-time LPGA Tour winner, Blalock launched the clinics after playing in corpora

LPGA Instructor Karen Monaldi Loses Battle with Illness

LPGA Teaching & Club Professional member and LPGA Golf Clinics for Women instructor Karen Monaldi, 61, passed away in her home surrounded by loving family on Thursday, February 19. She was a member of the LPGA's T&CP since 1990 and most recently taught at the LPGA Clinic for Women at Ivanhoe Club in the Chicago area in August 2014. Our heart goes out to Karen's circle of family and friends and we will miss her terrific spirit and ready smile out on the golf course. More >

Colorado LPGA Teachers Honored with CAGGY's

Congratulations to Sherry Smith (pictured), Elena King and Lana Ortega who were recently named Staff Picks for best area instructors by the Colorado Avid Golfer. All three have previously taught in the LPGA Golf Clinics for Women from MetLife nationwide series. Way to go, pros! #lpgateachingprofessionals #awardsandhonors

Former LPGA Clinics instructor passes away at 60

Rosemary Iverson was a passionate golf professional who always made sure that her students received the best she could give. She will be missed. Iverson, Rosemary "Rosie" 60, of Bloom-ington, MN passed away on Jan. 28, 2015 at her home. She was preceded in death by her parents, Eileen and Lloyd; survived by brother, Jim (Jeri)-Janesville, WI; niece, Jodi (Tim) Curtis-Beloit, WI; nephew, Jeff (Jennifer)-Lake Mills, WI; other family members, many friends, and her two "girls", Kelly and Emmi. Rosie started playing golf when she was 8 yrs. old in Brodhead, WI. During high school, Golf Magazine featured Rosie as "a young golfer to watch". She was inducted to Brodhead High School's "Wall of Fame"

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