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Magazines / #Reaction

Reaction to Augusta's big news

[View the story "Augusta admits two female members" on Storify]...
Monday, 8/20/2012 at 1:40PM
Magazines / Golf & Women

Video: Woman Undercover

How are women really treated in golf? To find out, Golf Digest sent LPGA Tour professional Kim Hall undercover to Chicago for five rounds on public courses. Hall portrayed five different golfers, ranging from a "tomboy" to a "damsel in distress."
March 2012
Golf Digest Woman

Golf & Women: Woman Undercover

How are women really treated in golf? To find out, Golf Digest sent LPGA Tour professional Kim Hall undercover to Chicago for five rounds on public courses. Alongside Senior Editor Peter Finch, Hall portrayed five different golfers, ranging from a "tomboy" who played like a professional to a "damsel in distress" who couldn't break 130.
March 2012
Golf Digest Woman / Golf & Women

Woman Undercover: Case Study

How are women really treated in golf? Golf Digest sent LPGA Tour professional Kim Hall undercover to Chicago for five rounds on public courses. Alongside Senior Editor Peter Finch, Hall portrayed five different golfers, ranging from a "tomboy" to a "damsel in distress."
March 2012
Online Contest

Contest: Who Is The Hottest Golfer?

The people have spoken, and spoken quite loudly. Our inaugural GolfDigest.com Hottest Golfer contest featured several down-to-the-wire matches since it began in November, but the final proved to be a laugher, with women's winner Sandra Gal running away from Rickie Fowler in our concluding Battle of the Sexes. Gal received more than 80,000 votes to earn the distinction as the fairest golfer of them all -- a testament to our user demographics (more men voting for Gal than women voting for Fowler), the power of social media (Gal actively recruited voters on Twitter), but most of all, Gal, a 26-year-old German who is looking to build off her first LPGA win in last year's Kia Classic. Gal's win in the Hottest Golfer contest might not have counted toward the official money list, but it certainly can't hurt her self esteem.
Magazines / Editors' Blog

Another objection to short-hitter photo

A couple of days ago we published two letters objecting to the language and especially illustration of the "Tired of being the short hitter?" piece in the October issue. Some readers took offense at an...
Sunday, 10/17/2010 at 9:31PM
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