Things are certainly beginning to gather some momentum in the women’s world of golf. In 2013, 260,000 women started playing golf for business purposes such as corporate bonding.
The current female world No. 1 player is Lydia Ko, a 17-year-old New Zealander who became the youngest ever player, male or female, to reach the top spot. At such a young ago, Ko already has 10 wins under her belt.
Two LPGA rookies, Sadena Parks and Cheyenne Woods (Tiger Woods’ niece) became the first ever pair of African-Americans playing on the Tour at the same time.
With such progression across the entire spectrum of women’s golf, we’ve presented a useful infographic showing how women are using golf to further their professional careers. We’re hoping that these statistics act as an inspiration for more women to get involved in the incredible game of golf.
Check out the amazing infographic on the following page.