Expect The Warm Blush Of “Living Coral” To Brighten Golf Fashion In 2019
It’s a paradoxical color… one that somehow seems both modern and old fashioned… vibrant but soothing. They call this enigmatic and uplifting shade “Living Coral” and it’s been chosen Color of the Year for 2019. That means we’ll be seeing it just about everywhere before long, and that probably includes your local golf course.
Fashion forward golfers can get a head start on this color trend with a myriad of clothing and accessory options… available right now… from a variety of golf brands. My selection (above) includes styles from Daily Sports USA , Chase54 , GloveIt , Canoos , Just4Golf… to name just a few, and I found them all atGolf4Her. So, be the first in your foursome to hit the fairways in Living Coral… it’s a good bet you won’t be the last.
Observing Tajma Brown on a golf course, you might think she’d grown up with the game. Whether she’s manning a busy tournament registration desk or updating a scoreboard with her distinctively delicate calligraphy, she looks quite at home on the links. Until a couple of years ago though, golf wasn’t even on her radar. In fact, growing up in Wilmington, DE Tajma Brown was a voracious reader, and by the time she reached high school, a three-sport athlete. Golf, needless to say, was not one of the three.
Tajma’s sports were track & field, cheerleading, and basketball. When in her junior year, Tajma had the opportunity to become manager of the boy’s varsity and JV basketball teams. She took it, and that’s where her trajectory changed. She quickly realized that the management side of sports was where she wanted to be. So she started looking for schools that had great
One of the PGA Tour’s most enduring … and endearing… golf tournaments, the RBC Heritage, turns 50 this year, and the countdown is underway to what promises to be a stellar celebration in Harbour Town. From April 8, – April 15, a plethora of events and activities will animate the environs of Harbour Town Golf Links. From the traditional opening ceremonies to the putting challenge and the “Clad in Plaid” contests, spectators will be treated to an array of interactive entertainment options. There is, however, one thing that’s missing: a 50th anniversary signature cocktail … and that’s where you come in. If you consider yourself versed in mixology… or even if you just create the occasional cocktail for friends… you’re invited to submit a drink recipe, and if it’s good enough, win Continue reading “Mixology Meets Golf… And Your Cocktail Could Be A Winner”
The much anticipated early December announcement pronouncement has come; Ultra Violet, a deep, blue-purple shade is Pantone’s Color of the Year 2018 . Purple, it must be said, can be polarizing. Research from a myriad of market researchers and assorted color scientists (yes, color scientists are a thing) show that while men tend to dislike the hue, women have a clear propensity for purple. Hence we can assume there may be some disaccord along gender lines when it comes to Ultra Violet, however, early reaction has been surprisingly positive. It’s been referred to as counterculture… but also as regal… both in the same blurb. That might say something about its eventual universality. In any case I can already testify to the fact that Ultra Violet lends itself very well to fairway fashion, and I look forward to seeing a lot Continue reading “Pantone Color Of The Year 2018 & Ultra Violet Golf Fashion”
DIY Halloween costume: Gentlemen golfers of the 20’s by Golf Girl Media on Polyvore
The end of October will inevitably find some of us scrambling for creative costume ideas. Halloween, after all, has become huge. In fact, according to the National Retail Foundation, 48% of American adults will dress up for the holiday this year this year. A trip to the local department store, especially this late in the game, will yield little in the way of distinctive deguisement. For those seeking something with a bit of sophistication, even those specialized Halloween pop-up shops tend to come up short. So why not create your own original costume… one that gives a nod to golf history? With just a few easily found items of clothing, slightly altered, you can create your own Golden Age Golfer costume. For guys, the required pieces are: a jacket
The new network has offically launched! On Monday August 14, as Solheim Cup week got underway, LPGA Women’s Network went live with what aims to be the biggest and most passionate online forum for female golfers. Created by the LPGA in response to input from hundreds of women, the goal is to create an online community that celebrates the growth and connections women can find through golf. Unique content will be provided by some of golf’s most well known female thought leaders and influencers; LPGA players will give fans an exclusive glimpse into their lives outside the ropes and LPGA teaching pros will present instructional videos, tips and advice… for both beginners and competitive players. Meanwhile top female writers, bloggers and journalists will showcase the latest golf lifestyle trends with stories on fashion, fitness travel and cuisine. As the community grows the Continue reading “LPGA Women’s Network: Advice For Your Game, Inspiration For Your Life”
It’s an iconic combination to be sure, with red representing hardiness and valor, while white evokes purity and innocence. Then there’s blue, for vigilance and justice. That explanation makes it’s easy to understand why the red, white and blue color palette is so powerful. Here in the US, where flags fly proudly throughout the year, there’s a special place for the patriotic color scheme in summer. From Memorial Day at the end of May to Labor Day in early September our streets, homes and public buildings are resplendent in red, white and blue. So, heading into the Independence Day weekend, it’s a perfect time to show your colors on the golf course. With so many stellar designers doing golf apparel these days, the choices are endless. Happy 4th of July.
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”