Have you ever been left out of a business meeting because you do not know how to golf or are embarrassed at how poorly you golf? Ever thought about taking golf lessons but could not justify spending $150 an hour? Then you need to participate in the Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce’s comprehensive three-hour golf clinic during the 4th Annual Golf Tournament and Clinic on August 11 at the CommonGround Golf Course near Lowry. Hosted by golf pro Lana Ortega, this clinic is designed for all levels of experience and will focus on all aspects of the game for only $100. Plus, participants will also have the opportunity to attend a luncheon with other clinic and tournament participants. Join us for this great event, improve your golf skills and network with other professionals who have a passion for golf.
Registration closes at 5 p.m. on August 6.
About Lana Ortega
Lana spent twelve years working with Mike McGetrick at the McGetrick Golf Academy in Denver, Colorado, voted #6 of Golf magazine’s Top 25 Golf Schools. In 2006, Lana launched Lana Ortega Golf currently located at Family Sports Center in Centennial, Colorado where she focuses on providing a comprehensive golf learning experience for all types of golfers, with a special emphasis on women golfers.
Lana is Class A member of the LPGA Teaching and Club Professional Division and is an accomplished teacher and author of instruction articles for several national and regional publications. She is an instruction editor for GolfTips Magazine and her work regularly appears in GolfTips, Golf For Women magazine, The Denver Post and Colorado Avid Golfer.
Lana is a member of the Golf For Women magazine instruction panel, and she has been selected as one of Golf For Women’s “Top 50 Teachers” every year since 2004. She was also selected by Golf Magazineas one of the Southwest Region’s Top Teachers for 2005-2006 and was voted 2005 LPGA Central Section Teacher of the Year by her peers.
Lana teaches a wide range of golfers including players on the LPGA Tour, Ladies European Tour, LPGA and PGA club professionals, collegiate men and women golfers and amateur golfers of all abilities.
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