Showing posts from March, 2019

Last week on the LPGA...

Hi Gals, Last week on the LPGA tour was the Bank of Hope Founders Cup!! Ko Jin-young took the W at -21. The Korda sisters finished T2 with Ciganda and Liu! Looking forward to this weeks Kia Classic! Leading up to the ANA Inspiration taking place the first week of April! Something else taking place the first week of April is the first Augusta National Women's Amateur!! Where the top female amateurs in the country will battle it out at Augusta National!! I am so excited for the next few weeks in women's golf! Don't forget the Sunday after the women's amateur are the Drive, Chip and Putt national finals!! Good Luck and Happy Monday!! ~NH Golfer Gal

This Is For Every Girl.

Hi Gals! Today I want to share with you this film,  This Is For Every Girl ! This film is about LPGA tour players being role models for young girls! This is a positive message that spreads confidence and success to help girls overcome the negative "self talk" and limits. This message spreads beyond the sport and beyond girls though, it talks about the fire inside when you find your passion, about the motivation and power of big dreams, about being yourself, it's about seeing whats already been done and believing that something bigger and greater is possible! This is the time to celebrate determination and drive! This is the time to shine the light on dedication, resilience and grit that it takes to shine!! I hope you enjoy this 45 second video! Don't forget to follow the blog and share the video using the #DriveOn! Have a great day, NH Golfer Gal

The Arnold Palmer Invitational

Hi Gals, I am now home from Florida and the Arnold Palmer Invitational! I had a great time. I was there for 3 days. On Monday I got there at 6:15. We were having a great time, we were getting a ton of autographs and seeing people we had met and seen in years prior. We were admiring the new short game area!! Later that day we watched the pro-am and kept getting autographs and watching great golf! At 4:30-5 we went and watched the Jr. Clinic with Hunter Mahan and Branden Thornberry. Later we headed home to my grandparents house! The next day we got there at 6! The morning started out pretty much the same except that since it was a practice day people started to show up earlier. We got a ton of autographs and got to see a lot of new techniques. We also got to watch Roger Cleveland and Pete Cowan talk chipping and pitching! They gave us some great tips! Later that day we got to see some of the players out on the course playing! Later that day we got to see Tom Watson practice on the shor