The Women's Golf Day Charity Auction is now LIVE

Golf industry unites for charity with items and experiences from the biggest and best in golf... 

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Thu, 28 May 2020
The Women's Golf Day Charity Auction is now LIVE

With less than a week to go to Virtual Women’s Golf Day on Tuesday June 2, the golf industry has shown its incredible community spirit by supporting the campaign’s charity auction with fantastic, must-have golf lots and experiences from around the world. 

The auction, which benefits Médecins sans Frontiers / Doctors without Borders (MSF) and their battle with COVID-19 is now live and will end on June 2 (

It features auction items including rounds of golf at some of the world’s most spectacular courses, a behind the scenes experience at Sky TV’s Studios, a series of signed memorabilia including items from the 2019 Solheim Cup (Team Europe and USA), major winners including Georgia Hall and Annika Sorenstam, as well as Jack Nicklaus whose message of support alongside wife Barbara has encouraged many more to donate their time as well as auction items.

"The response from the industry has been incredible, and shows the importance of unity to help these incredible healthcare workers that are on the frontlines protecting us," said Elisa Gaudet, founder of Women’s Golf Day. 

"We have items from major winners, Solheim Cup stars and some of the very best golf venues in the world.

"This is an incredible opportunity to raise funds for an essential, global agency who work tirelessly to help the most vulnerable people in the world.  We are united, resolute and want to look back and take pride in how we responded to this challenge."

A full list of the 25 plus lots is accessible via the WGD website - please visit and click on SUPPORT if you would like to place your bid.

Anyone who is looking forward to watching exciting content from around the world on Virtual WGD will be able to access this on the same page on June 2. 

If you have something you can donate, please contact the founder of Women's Golf Day, Elisa Gaudet.