Fore the Ladies Finds: October Edition
fore the ladies finds
volume 1, issue 4
“Women belong in all places where decisions are being made. It shouldn’t be that women are the exception.” -Ruth Bader Ginsburg
I miss summer already. There, I said it. While I adore my new golf fashion options - sweaters, joggers and jackets - I miss having longer evenings and sunscreen.
However, there’s plenty to love about fall and I’m not above a PSL, pumpkin beer and apple cider donuts on the golf course. Come to think of it, I would love a halfway house that had all of those things …
In the world of Fore the Ladies, we held our first virtual clinic ever with Five Iron Golf last week and it was stellar. Our participants were incredibly engaging with great questions and I have a feeling we’ll host another one this winter - so keep an eye out! In the meantime, we hope you’re enjoying the Fore the Ladies podcast. It’s been really fun meeting women who love the sport and work in golf. If you’ve enjoyed the podcast, please give us a rating and review for feedback!
As always, I hope you check out this month’s finds from me, Brooke and Sara. We’ve had a blast putting together the newsletter over the last few months. Make sure you scroll all the way to the bottom and add the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship (the next major in women’s golf) coverage times to your calendar!
-Abby, Fore the Ladies Founder
I'm a sucker for books being turned into movies or TV series. One of my favorite novels this year was Daisy Jones & The Six, a fictional tale about a rock 'n' roll band in the seventies. It's written as an oral history with twists and awesome songs that I can’t wait to hear (and the fashion, my gosh it's going to be amazing). Reese Witherspoon and Hello Sunshine are turning it into a series for Amazon, hopefully for 2021. May I suggest purchasing from Bookshop, which is an online bookstore with a mission to financially support local, independent bookstores? - Abby
This is an amazing short video of Chris Harris, who built and runs a FREE pitch and putt for kids (and adults) in the Ivanhoe neighborhood of Kansas City, MO. Harris saw a dire need for green space and youth engagement in his neighborhood, and has worked for over 20 years focusing its revitalization. It's truly inspiring to see Harris' dedication to this project. Also, have you ever seen a video on YouTube with a more positive and uplifting comment section? - Sara