Lady Putters Club

The main purpose of the Alderbrook Lady Putter’s Club is to enjoy the camaraderie of friends and neighbors while enhancing putting skills. It is a fun activity and a good way to meet new people. The good part is you don’t have to be a golfer to join.

Annual membership begins the first Monday in May and runs through the last Monday in September. Dues are $20 for the first year, which covers the cost of an apron and bird pin awards for getting a hole-in-one during the competition. The subsequent annual dues are $15.
The official Lady Putter’s attire is an apron, which holds a scorecard, pencil and ball, and a white shirt/top and navy or black shorts/slacks. No jeans are allowed.

There is no sign-up required, just show up at 10:30 Monday mornings at the Clubhouse; putting begins at 11:00. If you are not able to make the first Monday in May, stop by the first Monday you can make it. In addition to putting, there are
usually luncheons the last Monday of each month.

For more information about Putter’s Club, you may contact the Chair, Teri McClean.