LPGA
May 13, 2015

Here's your chance to win a pro-am spot in the LPGA Tour's next major

Men can learn a lot from women, both on the course and off. Recently, we outlined 10 things men can learn from LPGA players, and now we want to hear from you: What can men learn from women golfers? Your answer could earn you a spot in the pro-am of the LPGA Tour's next major championship.

Here's how to win:

Here's Jack Nicklaus' answer (technically, he used seven words, but we make exceptions for 18-time major champions):

And here's an example of the kind of message/image I would post:

The sweepstakes begins at 10 am ET on Wednesday, May 13, 2015 and ends at 10 am ET on Monday, May 18, 2015. We will contact the grand-prize winner on Tuesday, May 19. If the winner doesn't respond within four (4) hours, we will randomly select another winner.  Must be a legal resident of the 50 U.S. states/Washington, D.C. and 21 to enter. Click here for the full rules, including an alternate method of entry.

The grand-prize winner gets a pro-am hospitality package to the KPMG Women's PGA Championship, which will be held at Westchester Country Club in Rye, N.Y., from June 8 through June 14, 2015. The package includes:A seat at the "draw party" on the evening of June 8 where amateurs will be paired with LPGA professionals; a spot in the 18-hole pro-am on Tuesday, June 9, which will take place on the West Course at Westchester Country Club; a seat at the awards reception on the evening of June 9; Tuesday and Wednesday grounds tickets for the winner and a guest; and Thursday through Sunday hospitality tickets for the winner and a guest, which includes access to the champions club. This grand prize is valued at $6,000. Note that transportation and accommodations are not included. We must receive a fully-executed affidavit and release from the winner within twenty-four (24) hours from the date/time we contact you in order to award the prize.

Along with one grand-prize winner, 10 runners-up will win an annual Golf Digest subscription.

So go ahead and tell us what men can learn from women. It might lead to a dream week with the world's greatest female golfers.