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An Interview with Miss USA - "Kentucky, Donald Trump and Women's Golf - All Winners
Miss USA, Tara Elizabeth Conner, Golf Fanatic, on how she became interested in golf, what celebrity would be in her foursome, and what she would wear to a "Golf Outfit Competition" at a beauty pageant.

Michelle Wie Turns Pro . . . So What?
Women's golf advocate, writer and golf industry consultant, Nancy Berkley, gives us her thoughts about Michelle Wie and what her decision may mean to the future of women's golf. Is it just a news flash or is it possibly the pebble that will start the landslide?

Ann Liguori, as a leader in the sports broadcasting and marketing industries, has been ahead of her time. From her childhood days competing in sports with the boys, (earning 16 Varsity letters in High School), and playing on her high school boy's tennis team because they did not have a girl's team at the time, Ann has spent a good part of her career paving the way for women in sports and sports broadcasting. Her newest venture is a strategic partnership with Bobby Jones Golf Company that includes Liguori playing Bobby Jones Golf equipment and wearing its women's apparel, while advancing the company's expanded efforts to reach the women's market.

Ty Votaw, former Commissioner of Ladies Professional Golf AssociationTy Votaw, former Commissioner of the Ladies Professional Golf Association was the recent convocation speaker at Georgetown College. In this excellent article, Ty shares with us the 5 Rules and Principles for the LPGA that he adopted from his father. We also learn how Ty "connected the dots" to end up in his current position.

Martha Faulconer, PGA Class A A visit with Martha Faulconer, PGA Class A, Lexington Country Club.
Martha shares with us how she has attained her lofty position and offers tips and suggestions for all levels of golfers.

  • Nancy Haley - Entrepreneur of the Year
    Nancy Haley’s successes as an entrepreneur in the design and fashionable apparel field earned her the honor of "Entrepreneur of the Year award in the retail/manufacturing category." Ernst & Young recognizes entrepreneurs whose ingenuity, hard work and perseverance have created and sustained successful, growing business ventures. This "Oscar" makes her day.
  • Alice Dye - recipient of the 2004 PGA First Lady of Golf Award
    Amazing Alice! Alice Dye closeup
    Alice Dye 2004 First Lady
  • Dina Eastwood Golfs in Style
    Golfing on a great course in Carmel, being married to the man in "Bridges of Madison County" and knowing that today, once again, he will "Make My Day" — all sound like something out of the movies. But, for Dina Eastwood, it’s true.
  • Barbara Nicklaus - Golf’s First Lady
    Her trophy case is full of accolades from devoted friends and charities, as well as love and recognition from her children and grandchildren. Helen Casey interviews some of the people whose lives have been touched by Barbara Nicklaus.
  • Wisdom from professional golf's most prolific winner
    Kathy Whitworth - Finding an Edge
    On the driving range and on the golf course, if you tried to mimic any of these swings you could injure yourself and not improve your golf game. Kathy Whitworth, an LPGA Hall of Famer with 88 LPGA wins, understands the why’s of golf.
    Kathy Whitworth at Work
    Kathy Whitworth at the Women 4 Women Golf Tournament

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