We are frequently asked, ‘what should you wear for golf?’ Our quick answer, is whatever you feel comfortable in. When you’re first starting out in golf...whether you’re joining a group session or having an individual lesson (hopefully with a qualified golf coach or professional) you don’t want to be worrying about feeling uncomfortable in your clothes.
We have listed 3 items of clothing that it is okay to wear for golf when you're first starting out as a #GolfHer
Here's a sneek preview of Kaddy's outfit that she'll be wearing at The Weald of Kent on Wednesday 17th September. Golfgeardirect.co.uk have kindly sponsored the outfit.
HAVE you ever fancied swanning around in a cabriolet for the weekend in the first knockings of Autumn? This is your second chance to win a Citroen DS3 Cabrio for the weekend. Wilmoths Citroen, Maidstone, have kindly donated this prize for one attendee at the Celebrity Golf-Her event at The Weald of Kent Golf Club on Wednesday 1st October 2014. Watch the advert below to see what all the fuss is about.
I cringe when a couple of, very clever, TV adverts are aired that show you how the media see golfers. Quiet males of retirement age, that are overweight and wear dated, brightly coloured clothing and are being bullied by the stereotypical golf widow.
Let me paint you a picture of how I see a new wave of golfers. Open-minded females, concerned with their fitness, healthy eating and fashion. Juggling life with a career they maybe single or married, or stay at home to look after their family. Enjoyment is gained from playing golf and social activities off the course.