There's only a few days to go until the global celebration.

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The original 2020 Women’s Golf Day, planned for June 3, was forced to go virtual due to the coronavirus pandemic.

And while it was super fun tuning in to all the video tips and interviews, it wasn’t quite the same as gathering with our friends to play the game we love.

So, we’re SO excited for the live version of Women’s Golf Day coming up on Tuesday, September 1.

Bringing together female golfers from across the globe, it has just been announced that golf equipment and apparel brand Callaway have come onboard as an official sponsor of the campaign.

The golf brand will be supporting the event on September 1st and also working with WGD over the coming months.

“Women’s Golf Day is about more than just a single day event and this partnership offers us a unique opportunity to connect with a truly global community of women who love golf,” said Nick McInally, VP of Global Marketing at Callaway. “We are committed to being at the forefront of the women’s game, and we’re dedicated to developing partnerships, products and an overarching community for all female golfers. We are so proud to announce our sponsorship of Women’s Golf Day, and to work directly with them on these great initiatives.”

Wondering how you can get involved? Well, here is everything you need to know about Women's Golf Day 2020.

Find a Women's Golf Day event near you

If you’re looking to find an event in your local area, all you need to do is visit and click on ‘find a location’ to view all the clubs in your area who have registered to host an official Women’s Golf Day event.

Each listing also includes contacts details, so once you’ve settled on where you’d like to go, you simply need to reach out to the club themselves and let them know you’re interested in coming along.

Be inspired

Make sure you check out the Women's Golf Day video library.

Full of tips and inspiring stories, you can enjoy over 50 videos featuring familiar faces such as LPGA mum Michelle Wie and iconic golfer Annika Sorenstam.

Click HERE for access.

Get involved 

Join the female golf community online by following @womensgolfday and @Callawaygolf.

Make sure you share your golf pics, videos and stories on your own platforms too and use the hashtags #womensgolfday #WGDunites and #TeamCallaway.

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