High Schooler with Down Syndrome Plays in Tour Pro-Am
GolfForHer.com’s audience is familiar with high school junior Amy Bockerstette, who’s passion for golf was never dampened by her disability. Now comes a new news story about Amy out of Arizona, as Amy prepares to play in the pro-am for the LPGA Tour’s Founders Cup at the JW Marriott Wildfire Golf Club as part of their partnership with the Special Olympics Arizona. 12News filed this report on Amy’s quest to conquer golf, and how she’s helped change many others’ lives in the process: READ MORE
Two Great Reasons Golf is Growing With New Audiences
There are few entities in golf doing more for the growth of the game than the Annika Sorenstam Foundation and the booming driving-range chain Top Golf. The PGA TOUR’s weekly program “Inside the PGA TOUR” highlighted both in a recent episode: READ MORE
Join the Program that Inspires “Girl Power” Across the U.S.
It’s a cross-country journey to get more girls into golf, and one important program has been in the express lane. Since 2010, LPGA-USGA Girls Golf, which specializes in providing a “girl-friendly” environment for juniors aged 6-17 to learn and play the game of golf, has grown from 5,000 participants to an estimated 50,000 spread across 300 communities in 46 states. READ MORE