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Happy National Girls & Women in Sports Day!

Join us in celebrating National Girls & Women in Sports Day... Golf has taken me to places I never dreamed.  So, here's to celebrating girls and women in sports and supporting Title IX!   An interesting study found that more than half of executives at the very top of organizations played college sports!  (See https://fortune.com/2017/09/22/powerful-women-business-sports/).   Photos from Pebble Beach and Harbour Town!      

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The GingerCort Journey - Part I

It was January 2017 when Cortney was visiting Chicago and we decided to get dinner. I presented the idea of a women’s golf clothing company to Cortney, explaining my issues with golf clothing. She immediately agreed with the issues with women's golf clothing - the lack of versatility. Actually, when I started asking my golf friends, most readily agreed that the state of women’s golf clothing was abysmal. Indeed, through this process, I have had at least 5 times heard of other women trying to create women’s golf clothing. But, everyone is trying to do athleisure. And… the answer to the problem of women’s golf clothing is not more athleisure. It is versatility in the clothing – but not in...

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Golf and Friends - The Beginning of GingerCort

I remember first meeting Cortney, the co-founder of GingerCort, at a golf tournament when I was 17 years old.  It was 1996.  I was at Atlas Valley Country Club in Grand Blanc, Michigan and playing a tournament that was part of the Michigan Junior Tour (the predecessor tour to what is now the Callaway & Meijer Junior Tour).  My mom and I had driven about an hour and half from my hometown of Okemos, Michigan to the tournament.  True to self, I had managed to forget my golf shoes and the only shoes in my size in the pro shop were over $100.  Needless to say, my mom was not happy.  I imagine that she was glaring at me as...

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Introducing...GingerCort!

For golfers, there’s nothing more exciting and terrifying than teeing off on the first hole.  It’s a mix of excitement, nervousness, opportunity and uncertainty, all in one swing...at a little stationary ball... on a small tee... just sitting there... ready to embark on its journey.  It’s the same feeling I have writing this very first blog post for our very first season of GingerCort.  It may turn out to be a whiff, a duff, a shank, a squib, we may hit it fat, thin, we may slice it, hook it – wow, golf has a lot of terms for bad shots!  But, oh, it could also be pure.  And, we are just going to take a swing and hope for...

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