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Welcome To Golfing Gertie

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Thank you for visiting our Golfing Gertie Community and Website.

We are creating a new online experience for Lady Golfers where we can share our golfing experiences and aspirations and also join together to create new products for us to use on and off the golf course.

We encourage you to participate in the online community and to provide us with your FEEDBACK on how we are doing or give us new ideas to help us improve your experience with us.

We are keen to involve our members across all areas of our new and growing business and look forward to getting to know you over the coming, weeks, months and years.

Thank you


Improving Your Swing

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Our golf swing is the most important part of our game and whether a beginner or a long term player, then it is an area we can all improve on.

In these videos from Julie Bartleson, ex-PGA player in the US, takes you through the setup to follow through…

Do you use online video coaches like Julie? If so let us know who you would recommend and we can share with the golfing gertie community.

Gertie Brolly Adventures

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We all love to share our golfing stories and especially ones with adverse weather conditions, so we thought it would be fun to hear your stories using your gertie brolly.

What is the strangest, wettest, coldest place you have taken your Gertie Brolly?

Share your story and your photos with us and we will publish the best, funniest, strangest ones on our site.

Gertie Brolly in Ayrshire

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The first Gertie Brolly samples were tested out at the end of October, when our CEO and 3 golfing friends played 3 great courses in Ayrshire:

The first course they played in the rain was Rowallancastle  a challenging course in any weather, but on a wet and wild October day, the team played 9 holes before heading in for a late lunch.

Undeterred by the weather then next day, the team took up the next challenge at, The Irvine Golf Club, a tough links course, established in 1897, with stunning views over the Firth of Clyde to the Isle of Arran.  The course was designed by James Braid, and is characterised by his creative use of the local landscape and the variety of challenges of each hole.  Recognized by the R&A as a good test for any golfers, Irvine has regularly been used by the R&A as a final OPEN qualifying course and has co-hosted senior amateur and Ladies tournaments in recent years.

The third and final course, which the team took on was Dundonald Links a new championship course, designed by Kyle Phillips and opened in 2003.

The weather proved a bit of a challenge but not for the team or their Gertie Brolly’s.

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