The versatility of these shoes is unmatched, ensuring that they can seamlessly transition from the fairway to the clubhouse. Whether you’re enjoying a casual round with friends or competing in a tournament, these shoes will not only enhance your performance but also elevate your overall style.
When it comes to golf shoes, female golfers are often faced with the challenge of finding the perfect balance between performance, comfort, and style. Thankfully, Duca del Cosma has once again revolutionised the world of golf footwear with their latest range of shoes for women.
WELCOME TO ISSUE 7 OF WE WOMEN GOLF MAGAZINE! With great pleasure, I bring to you issue 7 of We Women Golf Magazine, a publication dedicated to celebrating the triumphs, challenges, and remarkable stories of women in the golfing community. As we navigate through these ever-changing times, one thing remains constant: the power of women
With 80 female business owners exhibiting at the 2023 edition, the presence and participation of women in the PGA Show, the largest annual international business event of the sport, is more prevalent and relevant every year. I mentor a few of the women entrepreneurs from companies that are here on the floor. I’m watching them
Being golfers ourselves, we wanted to create a high quality brand of golf apparel that performs as well as it looks. I wanted to create a logo that stands out and is fun to wear on and off the course by anyone. Who says you have to play golf to enjoy the benefits of great performance apparel.
Malethola Matube is an avid golfer and a Top 100 Difference Maker spanning over 22 years in product innovation, strategy, development, marketing and management.
When it comes to the past year in golf, many look to the fellow lady players at various Ladies Opens and Classics which took place this year at various golf clubs. It’s a chance to hear from the ladies themselves about golf fashion trends across the board.
Moving into the 1970’s, a time where women were pushing gender equality very hard, and golf was no exception. The unisex trend started here as more and more women began to wear pantsuits, fitted pants and even platform shoes as part of an attempt to power dress and be more equal to their male counterparts.
Dresses fell out of favour for a while as pants and shorts became the new hero, with lengths getting shorter and shorter – finally!