Year Published: 2019
Author: Georgia Hall, Ph.D.
Source: Wellesley Centers for Women


Golf is one of the longest standing sport institutions in the world. Although the United States Golf Association was created in the 1890s, it was not until 1950 that the Ladies’ Professional Golf Association (LPGA) was created. Numerous growth and development programs have since emerged to guide and encourage women and girls to the game of golf.

These data suggest that there are valuable connections for workplace relationship building and networking forged on the golf fairway, and women who do not play golf may be missing out on opportunities to foster the exchange of information and ideas that build profitable social and business connections.

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