Saturday, January 8, 2011

Fashion Fix with Sara Hurwitch

Photo courtesy of BeYoung Photography
If you're looking for a way to express your own sense of style on the golf course, take a few pointers from Sara Hurwitch, LPGA Futures Tour player.

Sara tells us she loves blending "professional and fun" into her everyday life and tries to makes it show with her own style on the golf course! With the emergence of so many new designers and fresh styles hitting the market every season, it's easier than ever for us women to look stellar on the links.

Get Sara's look:
2. Donna Bonn Designs Seville Rhinestone Polo
3. Loudmouth Golf Oakmonth Houdstooth visor
4. Bonjoc Ballmarker Tinkerbell

Something about Sara
Sara Hurwitch was born and raised in Northern Virginia, just outside of Washington DC. She grew up at Trump National Golf Club (Formerly the Lowes Island Club) where she was first exposed to the game of golf and developed a passion for it. From a very young age she set the goal of playing college golf, a dream which was ultimately realized in 2006.     

She earned a full scholarship to play Division I college golf, first at the University of Central Florida for two years, and then transferred to the SEC to play for the University of Kentucky. Determined to graduate in four years despite the transfer, she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology in May of 2010. 

Achieving her goals growing up would not have been possible without the support of both her mom Susan and her Dad Jonathan, as well as the support from her sister Beryl, who is a talented Lifestyle Photographer with her company BeYoung Photography.

Her ultimate dream and vision is to become one of the LPGA's most elite women golfers. In the Fall of 2009 Sara took her first step toward achieving this goal by qualifying for the LPGA  Futures Tour.  After playing in 7 tournaments in 2010, Sara gained important knowledge into what improvements need to be made to her game to come out in 2011 with an even more competitive attitude. She looks forward every day to improving all aspects in her game, and continuing the challenge of getting to the next level of professional golf!

Photo courtesy of BeYoung Photography
  • Named 2003 Virginia State Golf Association Junior Female Player of the Year.
  • Winner of the 2004 Virginia High School League Girl's State Open.
  • Recorded two top-10 finishes during collegiate competition while at University of
  • Kentucky and University of Central Florida.
  • Named 2007 Conference USA Women's Golf Freshman of the Year.
  • Winner of the 2007 30th Virginia State Golf Association Women's Stroke Play championship.
  • Advanced to Match Play at the 2008 U.S. Women's Amateur Championship.
  • Advanced to the semi-finals at the 2009 Virginia State Golf Associations Women's State Amateur Tournament.
  • Turned professional in 2010

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All of us at Golf4Her wish Sara the best in 2011. One thing is for sure, Sara will definitely be teeing it up in style!


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