Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Golf Fitness

Yoga for Golfers: Improve Your Posture at Address

Most of the problems in your golf swing can be traced back to a faulty setup. This exercise will help you improve your posture at address, with the added bonus of increasing your range of motion.


Katherine Roberts is a world-renowned yoga guru for both amateur and professional golfers (and she’s also the yoga fitness expert for several Major League Baseball teams, including the LA Dodgers, San Diego Padres, Oakland A’s and Chicago Cubs).

Source: GolfForHer.com

Let us know if you try this golf fitness tip!

xo, Christina
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Monday, October 26, 2015

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Sunday, October 25, 2015

Lydia Ko Wins 10th LPGA Title, Makes History—Again

By LPGA Communications

The Lydia Ko legacy continued to grow this week in Taiwan as the 18-year old broke more records, set personal milestones and reclaimed the No. 1 spot in the Rolex Women’s World Golf Rankings with her nine-stroke victory at the Fubon LPGA Taiwan Championship. Ko shot a final-round of 7-under 65 to finish well ahead of Eun-Hee Ji and Se Yeon Ryu for a 20-under par 268 total.
The win marks Ko’s 10th career LPGA Tour victory and she becomes the youngest male or female to reach 10 wins at 18 years, 6 months and 1 day old. She breaks Nancy Lopez’s LPGA record (22y/2m/5d) by nearly 3 ½ years.

Ko dedicated the win to former New Zealand Golf President Patsy Hankins who passed away earlier this week and someone Ko considers a mentor in her junior days. “And I think I was really playing for Patsy this week,” said Ko. “I think just hearing that on Friday morning broke my heart. She was such a huge factor into my life in my junior golf. To hear that she had passed away was very hard to hear that before you’re entering a round. But kind of just played for her the last three days, and I’m so happy that I can bring this win to her and her family.”

Ko’s nine-stroke margin of victory marks the largest of her career and largest on Tour this season. She won her first major title last month by six shots at the Evian Championship. Ko started the day with a four-shot lead over Eun-Hee Ji and looked unflappable throughout her final round of 65, which included six birdies, one bogey and an eagle. She birdied four of her first six holes to extend her lead to six and dropped her only shot on the par-3, 7th hole. “I started the day quite good, making birdies on 2 and 3 and I then I made birdie on 5 which is a three-shot swing for me,” said Ko. “Made a double there yesterday.”

Eun-Hee Ji failed to take advantage of Ko’s birdie drought on holes 8-11 then Ko turned it on with a pitch in eagle on the par-4 12th hole to go ahead by seven. A birdie putt on No. 14 extended her lead to eight and then sealed the deal in style chipping from a tough greenside lie to a foot on the 18th for birdie. “I hit a good tee shot. Pulled my 3-wood a little bit, but then I looked up and I told Jason, ‘I can’t even see the ball properly.’ So it wasn’t the greatest lie. And I was actually worried I was going to double-hit it, so I kind of recoiled back. But no, it ended up being good. Yeah, I don’t mind one-footers to win the event.”

Ko now leads the Tour in nearly every major statistical category including Official Money, Race to CME Globe Points, Scoring Average, Rolex Player of the Year and Top-10’s.

SOURCE: GolfForHer

Monday, October 19, 2015

Golf Fashion: Black, White and Red

Life may not be black and white, but the fairways are a different story. This season, designers are pairing the classic color combo with a shot of red to offer up fresh takes on a perennial favorite. 

 Some of my favorite collections this fall include:

Hope you find something you love!
xo, Christina

Saturday, October 17, 2015

Lizzie Driver: The Weekender

Get out and play in the new Lizzie Driver collection. This look takes you from the links then to the soccer field. Our days are filled, so it's important to wear apparel that keeps you comfortable and looking fresh.

xo, Christina


Friday, October 2, 2015

Ladies Golf Fashion: GG Blue Cherry Picked Collection


Fall is the season of change; change in leaves, change in temperature, days become shorter and nights grow longer. But before things get too dull, take a look at the GG Blue Cherry Picked collection!

These crisp, clean shades of pink are sure to put some fun in your fall wardrobe. Let's face it, no one likes the cold but at least you can have clothes that will keep you warm without completely drowning you in fabric!

This collection is designed with a feminine look, not only in the colors but the fit as well. Whether you are a skort or pant kind of girl, this collection has it all. And if you are not a pink girl (which I am not either), this collection also has neutral shades such as white and black with just a whisper of color, to help you out of your comfort zone without being overwhelming!

So whatever you prefer, the Cherry Picked Collection will have something to please your palette.

Style Squad, Golf4Her