Monday, January 24, 2011

If You Love Navy & White, add Some Fun Brights!

Available at Golf4Her
Crisp and classic, this nautical duo holds a place in the hearts of tradionalists and those who like clean and simple natural tones. It's bold and graphic when worn alone, but try adding a little splash to your look by pairing them with eye-catching brights like kelly green, citron, citrus or fuchsia.

These tones work so well because they're vibrant and, being blue-based, are derived from the same color family as navy itself. It's a definite wardrobe ace!

Here is a fun and easy suggestion on how to brighten up your look this season:

1. JoFit 3/4 Sleeve Mock - Navy/White
2. JoFit Signature Golf Skort - Stone
3. Bonjoc Ballmarker - Paradise
4. JoFit Knit Skort - Navy
5. JoFit Charleston Pleated Tennis Skort -Navy/White
6. JoFit Vivian Long Sleeve Top - Navy
7. Ame & Lulu 2011 Citrus Collection: Beach Bag, Carry All, 3-Ball Holder

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Fashion Fix with Mallory Blackwelder

LPGA Tour Player, Mallory Blackwelder
LPGA tour player Mallory Blackwelder stopped by to share one of her favorite outfits available at Golf4Her. As hard as it was for her to pick just one, she stayed true to her alma mater, University of Kentucky, and assembled this signature look of blue and white. Go Wildcats!

1. Jo-Polo shirt by 4all by JoFit - designed with moisture wicking fabric to keep you dry and cool when the temperature starts to rise.
2. Loudmouth Golf Derby Chex Skort - think outside the box and have a little fun on the golf course.
3. RIST Watch si Series - chunky watches are one of the hottest new accessories on and off the golf course.
4. Blingo Ballmarker Blue & White - inspired by Mallory, available to everyone!

Something about Mallory
Mallory is a 2009 graduate of the University of Kentucky. In the fall of 2009 she earned her conditional LPGA card and full playing privileges on the Ladies European and LPGA Futures Tours for 2010. While at the University of Kentucky, Mallory was named the 2009 SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year. In 2007, she won the prestigious Women's Western Golf Association National Amateur Championship and made the cut in the 2008 Kraft Nabisco Championship, an LPGA major tournament. In 2010, she had 4 top 10 finishes, which included winning the Kentucky Women's Open.

Mallory's career is in good hands. Her mom, Myra, played on the LPGA for 12 seasons and served as head coach of the golf team at the University of Kentucky, while her father, Worth, has caddied for the likes of Dottie Pepper, Cristie Kerr and Mi Hyun Kim.

Join us in supporting Mallory as she embarks on the best season of her career!

Learn more about Mallory:
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Check out this exclusive interview Mallory did with Golf4Her fans. Read more>

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

Learn more about Sara:
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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!


Monday, January 3, 2011

Toast The New Golf Season With A Golftini!

Golftini available at
Golftini is transforming women's golf attire into a chic fashion trend similar to what York City did to the martini. Unlike a martini, however, you can never have too many Golftini's!

The fresh bold color palette of their Spring 2011 collection will definitely cheer up your winter blues. Golftini apparel is available in sizes 0-16.

Get this look:
1. Golftini Shortsleeve Polo  - Hot Pink (shown), Black, White, Light Pink, Blue
2. Golftini 3/4 Sleeve Sweater - Hot Pink, Black (shown), White, Light Pink, Blue
3. Golftini Missoni Flat Front Skort 

View the Golftini Spring 2011 collection at Golf4Her.

Sunday, January 2, 2011

10 Easy to Keep Golf Resolutions for the New Year!

It's that time of the year to make our annual resolutions. Like most, we convince ourselves that we can keep these resolutions throughout the year but usually forget they even existed by mid-January. Can you remember what your resolutions were last year? Probably not. But this year it's different (no really, it is!) We've decided to make some reasonable resolutions for our golf game.

Here's our top 10 list:
  1. Make more putts.  No more 3-putting or leaving them short.
  2. Stay focused. It's so easy to get mentally derailed by one bad shot, when, in reality, that's all it is -- one bad shot.
  3. Increase flexibility. Work on improving flexibility through stretching and some core strengthening exercises.  This is not an "I need to exercise more" resolution, that's on our other list!
  4. Consistency off the tee. Hit more fairways and stay out of trouble off the tee.  If this means hitting a 3-wood or a long iron, so be it.
  5. Master a new technique. Getting out of green side bunkers with confidence and consistency is our goal.
  6. Play new courses. It's a great way to meet new people and get out of the home course comfort zone.
  7. Control tempo. Grip it and rip it fine but only if you can control it.
  8. Introduce 3 women to golf. With so many women telling us they are ready to take up the sport, this should be the easiest one on the list. 
  9. Play more golf. Seriously, have you ever heard anyone say they want to play less golf? We all know, the more you play the better you play.
  10. Practice, practice, practice. That about sums it up!

At the end of the day, these resolutions should help us enjoy the game more and hopefully lower our handicap. But only time will tell.

What are your resolutions for the new year?

Happy New Year!
~The Girls at Golf4Her