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  • Abby Liebenthal

sipping John Daly’s and reading golf crime novels in Fore the Ladies Finds

fore the ladies finds

volume 2, issue 4

"After you get up you think about what you want to eat for breakfast. After breakfast you think about what you want to eat for lunch. Then after lunch you think about what you want to eat for dinner. Just boring life." -Shanshan Feng (aka all of us the last year)

Hey y’all -

I feel like it’s the calm before the storm for Fore the Ladies. In less than two weeks, we’ll be hosting our next clinics in Washington D.C., and Baltimore and we’re really rolling from there! We’ve added new events to our website (sup, Portland?) and we’ll be adding more golf getaway information soon …

What a cool weekend for women’s golf, too. Tsubasa Kajitani of Japan won in a sudden-death playoff to capture the second Augusta National Women’s Amateur title, while Patty Tavatanakit won her first major AND LPGA Tour title at the ANA Inspiration. Lydia Ko made a serious charge in the final round, tying the course record (are you not entertained?!). The women are setting the bar for major championships early.

I also hope you’ll join us for our Good Moves Only fitness series with Samantha Rothberg. Scroll to bottom of this newsletter for more info!

Now that more than ~200 lAdIeS~ are in the Fore the Ladies Tee Sheet, I encourage y’all to reach out to women in your area and set up some golf! I teed it up with some ladies in Ohio this past weekend and I wouldn’t have if I didn’t have this awesome directory. Tee it up, take some pics, tag @foretheladies on insta.


Our flagship program - Fore the Ladies Intro to Golf Clinics - are SO BACK BABY. We’ll be rolling out more of these, so keep an eye on our events page.

See you soon!

-abby, founder

april finds



At the risk of sounding like a HomeGoods decorative sign, the quote "you can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf" from Zen Golf has been resonating with me recently. This book investigates the connection between Zen practice and golf, and gives you mental exercises and tips to hone your mental game. I thought it was an enlightening (pun intended) read and gave me tips to think about as I play more rounds this spring and summer. -sara