We've all seen it. The thousands of drilled holes on the putting green. Why do they do that? The grasses used on common greens are temperamental. To continue to grow while being cut to 3/16 of an inch, the grass needs long roots. The roots capture oxygen and water which is vital to all green plants.
Why do they always pick the middle of golfing season to do this? Check out this week's EWGA Forecaddie for the answer. [MORE]
Do you repair ball marks that aren't yours? The turf on the putting green is always in different states of repair. Good golf etiquette states that when you fix your ball mark, that you fix another one or two that aren't yours.
This week's Forecaddie is about those pesky ball marks on the green. When is it proper to fix them and how to fix them. [MORE]
Which clubs should you put in your bag? Most women golfers struggle hitting long irons, so why no try using a hybrid?
Get advice on your golf set composition in this week's Forecaddie blog.
Get your entry in for the 2015 EWGA Championship Challenge. Friday begins the final journey for 224 participants at the EWGA Championship. All entries are to be submitted by 6:00 PM, Thursday, October 29th.
The grand prize is a limited edition PING Solheim Cup backpack. Follow this link to win! http://bit.ly/1GKbpMN
Knowing what to expect on the golf course is half the battle for women golfers. Tipping varies at each course, so what do you to do?
This week's EWGA Forecaddie blog focuses on tipping. Or whats the green on the greens?[MORE]
Women's golf entered a new phase in 2015. It now has excitement and controversy to fuel the fan fire. In other words, golf is cool.
Suzann, Brittany, Stacy, Michelle and Paula have taken the game to the next level. Here is a listing of 8 Reasons Why Golf is Cool. The untold secret that all golfers already knew. [MORE]
Where were you on October 21, 1995? Today is Back to the Future Day, and it's filled with what's new and what never came to fruition.
Golf has always been big on looking back at many magical moments. Relive some of these moments with EWGA's On Par with Pam blog. Visit the past, present and future! [MORE]
The Cart Path Only sign is a normal sighting in the Pro Shop during rainy weather for all women golfers. Straying onto the fairways with your golf cart could harm the terrain.
Cart safety and cart etiquette go hand-in-hand. Read this week's EWGA Forecaddie to gain more insight. [MORE]
EWGA has paved the leadership road for many women in the business world. Now there is proof that sports makes the woman.
There are three top leadership skills developed by sport. They are the ability to see projects through completion, motivational skills and team-building. Also, a background in sport is a positive influence when making a hiring decision. [MORE]