Some simple advice for business women that golf, "Leverage your contacts, play golf and build your network." These are the words of advice from EWGA CEO, Pam Swensen. In a recent Huffington Post article, Swensen emphasized "don’t underestimate the power of having golf as a skill set on your resume. It can be a game changer." [MORE]
Some of the top female golfers believe so. Many of the male golfers are dropping out of competing in the 2016 Olympics. The most common reason? The Zika virus.
“Zika is a good reason, " said Julieta Granada. I’m not saying it isn’t, but do these decisions involve other factors? I think so, but I can’t really judge them on that. That’s their decision.” [MORE]
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What will your golf professional help you learn during a lesson? Will he or she change my entire swing? Can I improve with just one lesson? These are some questions you may ask your professional when you take a golf lesson. Learn what else you can expect when taking a golf lesson. [MORE] (Photo credit: SuzyWhaleyGolf.com/Montana Pritchard)
You’ve decided to take golf lessons but how do you select a golf professional? How do you know if you will like your instructor? What if you don’t understand what he or she is telling you to do? Learn what to look for when selecting a golf professional. [MORE]
Ditch the hotdog, chips and Snickers bar at the turn and try some healthful snacks instead the next time you play golf. You will avoid any sugar crashes and may even play better. [MORE]
Are you up for the Challenge? The EWGA Par 3 Challenge charity golf event is Saturday June 25th at the Palm Beach Par 3 – hosted by the Executive Women's Golf Association to benefit LPGA-USGA Girls Golf.
Some come out to play – and bring a partner -- Two person teams - either two women or a man and woman - and enjoy the Palm Beach Par 3 Golf Course right on the Atlantic Ocean. Everyone's invited to support little girls with big dreams. Are you game? Get more info and sign-up at ewgapar3.com
Golf has evolved a lot from the 14th century. Early golf balls were either leather filled with cow's hair or solid wood. Soon "featheries". hit the scene. They were hand-sewn leather with chicken or goose feathers and coated with white paint.
Jump to the 21st century and now we have stylized golf balls. Varick golf balls has added metallic and neon-patterned to the already crowded market.
Sure is gonna be tough finding a place to mark the patterned ball! [MORE]
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