High School Showcase

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OGGF High School Showcase

Monday, July 25, 2022

Avon Oaks Country Club

All High School girls are invited to participate. Incoming High School Freshman and Outgoing High School Seniors welcome to participate.

We’re early. As one of the first competitive tournaments before the official high school golf season starts, the Showcase gives a glimpse of the players and teams to watch for.

We’re beginner-friendly. Sure, we host some of the best players in the state, but those new to the game are welcome, too. So whether you shoot under par or hover somewhere in the 100s, there’s a place for you. Girls are paired based on ability for an enjoyable round.

We’re instructional. The day of our event, the morning is spent in interactive clinics touching on everything from how to warm-up properly, putting, chipping and course management. Then after lunch, the girls compete in an 18-hole tournament with prizes for low scoring individuals and teams. It’s followed by an awards ceremony and dinner.

We’re inspirational. Our headliner—LPGA Professional Barb Mucha—takes time with the girls, giving an on-course clinic. She gives them insight into what’s going on in her own mind with each shot.

We’re like a boomerang. Each year girls who have been involved in our program come back to tell their stories. Past players have gone onto play in college and become professionals themselves.

“I remember Barb Mucha’s clinic before-hand. She was chipping and  putting and telling us about how to think on the course and take it one shot at a time. I still try to think about that as I’m golfing.”

Kelly BaytosFirst Showcase Champion - 2002

“My teammates and I used the event as our kickoff. It got us pumped up and ready to go for the rest of the year.”

Taylor LanningShowcase Champion - 2009