Spring is in the air and Mother’s Day is looming.
if you’ll be gifting a mom who plays golf, and want to offer her something more than the formulaic brunch and flowers, I’ve got a suggestion: consider crafting her a personalised beaded stroke counter. It’s handmade AND it pays tribute to the sport she loves… two major characteristics of a “thoughtful gift”.
The beauty part is that it’s fun and easy to put together. You can make it with anything from precious crystals to rustic clay beads in accordance with her style, and customize it with her favorite colors. It’s sure to please the golfing mom in your life… well… unless she’s the type who intentionally forgets her much maligned trips to the sand trap and multiple mis-hits. In that case she’ll hate it.
But assuming that’s not the type of golfer you’re gifting, this DYI Continue reading “This DIY Golf Gift Is Perfect For Mother’s Day… You Can Count On It”
Like golf itself, there are golf champions who transcend borders and touch a global audience in remarkable ways. Cassandra Kirkland, who died on Sunday after a two year battle with lung cancer, was certainly one of those.
Condoleances from friends and fans, across the globe have been appearing on social media since the announcment of Cassandra’s passing, and are a testiment to her kindness and accessibility which, combined with tremendous talent and drive, allowed her to touch so many, despite a life cut so tragically short. Cassandra was only 32 years old.
Cassandra was born and raised in France and after four years of college golf at the University of Arizona, joined the LET in 2006. In 2012 Cassandra won the Sanya Ladies Open at Yalong Bay Golf Club in Hainan, China.
With the same strength and detirmination she put into golf Cassandra spent the past two Continue reading “Cassandra Kirkland, Golf Champion & Cancer Activist, Will Be Much Missed”
The Zurich Classic's new team format was a roaring success, despite the weather delays that forced a Monday playoff. Golf isn't an easy sport to play well, as anyone who has ever swung a club knows. It's also a relatively solitary sport, which is great…