“Black people don’t play golf”
“Golf is for rich white men”
“Golf is too expensive”
“I don’t have time to play golf. I’ve heard it takes all day”
“Golf is boring”
If you’ve ever thought, or repeated any of the common myths we’ve all been lead to believe about golf, you’re in the right place. We used to think the same thing, until we started playing. We’re here to help you get in the game.
- Builds successful business relationships
- Gives women credibility at work
- The only physically competitive environment where women can level the playing field with men
- It opens doors and gives women a reason for people to remember them
“If you weren’t at the meeting after the meeting, you weren’t really at the meeting. Oftentimes the meeting after the meeting takes place on the golf course. You need to be there” – Tiffany Fitzgerald, Founder and CEO
“I learned about the meeting after the meeting by hearing about colleagues going golfing with the General Manager. Those colleagues he bothered to learn their names. After that happening quite a few times I decided to not put off taking golf lessons. I do not want to be left out of those opportunities.” ~ Andrea S.
” I was invited out to lunch with some of the seniors and the manager. All middle-aged white males. Guess what we talked about? Golf. I’m so glad I started taking lessons, otherwise I would have sat there quiet the whole time.” ~ Temara H.
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