Golf Schools For Women in Napa Valley

Looking for a golf school so you can improve your game? This guest post from Jay Ewing and Carina Castillo offers some great advice.

Of all the schools for golfers, Napa golf schools for women are among the best.

Napa Valley is known not only for great wine but also great golf courses surrounded by green rolling hills. This area is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the West Coast and draws visitors from all areas of the world. Some visitors will come to the area in order to take lessons while others will add the lessons to a travel package.

Choices for all ages: Golfers will find options here for all age groups and skill levels. For players looking for options for children and teens, there are classes that are right for absolute novices on up to students will more advanced skills. Older people that might feel sheepish about not knowing how to play at all will be able to find options that are just right for their needs. The very advanced player will also find things that will appeal on various levels. These courses are available in short or longer format as well as different price points.

At the wineries or elsewhere: Because of the number of different courses here, it is possible to find a variety of different options. Some courses are located on or adjacent to wineries. Some people like to combine play with wine tasting and will seek out this kind of accommodation at this kind of resort. Others will want to keep the two separate or may not be interested so much in the wine as the surroundings and location.

What the Napa Valley venues are like: Some of the courses here have been designed by the biggest names in golf. These often have attention to detail that isn’t found at typical local courses in the hometowns of many players. Because the designs are often so unique, players may find that some of these are more fun to play on simply because these are so different.

In addition to great courses, many of these resorts offer all the luxury features people expect from great vacation destinations. These include things like spa services for skin care and massage. People will find that many of these resorts have other sports-related services such as a pool, horseback riding, or tennis. Some of these are Tuscan-style resorts and feature a style that is similar to the great European resorts and spas. These can be popular choices for all families or couples as there is plenty to do for the non-golfing members of the group.

Jay Ewing is the CEO and Founder of Bird Golf Academy, and now hosts golf schools at over 20 locations around the nation. He has over 20 years of experience as a professional golfer, and realized his dream by creating the Bird Golf Academy, which offers one-to-one instruction for golfers by PGA and LPGA professionals at some of the most dazzling first-class golf courses throughout the nation. Ewing and his team boast over 350 years of combined professional experience, and have found that their intimate approach to golf instruction is the key to Bird Golf’s continued success! Visit http://www.birdgolf.com for more information. 

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  6 comments for “Golf Schools For Women in Napa Valley

  1. Joanne
    August 21, 2013 at 7:07 pm

    There’s a radio show by Jay Ewing “Boomer and the Babe.” Have you heard it? Here’s a link… http://www.blogtalkradio.com/boomerandbabe/2013/01/29/jay-ewing–bird-golf

    • August 22, 2013 at 9:24 am

      Just listened to a part of the show… sounds like a good resource for those who love to listen to golf radio. Thanks for the link.

  2. Birdie
    August 21, 2013 at 7:02 pm

    Napa isn’t far from where I live! I’ll check it out. Want to come and visit and golf in Napa?

    • August 22, 2013 at 9:17 am

      Love to golf in Napa. So many golf courses, so many wineries too. Great countryside. What is the best time of year to visit in your opinion?

      • Birdie
        August 22, 2013 at 1:39 pm

        My guess is that late spring and early summer are best because the winter rains are over and it’s not too hot.

        • Pat Mullaly
          August 23, 2013 at 12:55 pm

          Thanks Birdie. I will put a visit to Napa on my calendar for next spring!

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