How to Become a Women’s Golf Teacher or Writer

Michelle Wie drives off the first tee 2015 Solheim Cup WomensGolf.com
Michelle Wie drives off the first tee 2015 Solheim Cup

How to Become a Women’s Golf Teacher or Writer

WomensGolf.com is successful because of the wonderful expert contributors who help us to publish interesting articles, features, videos and instruction pieces for website visitors and thousands of social media followers around the world.

We are always looking for great stories and articles to help players and fans enjoy women’s golf. Here’s a guide to how you can contribute:

Golf Instruction: Our readers love lessons and articles that solve common problems and answer frequently asked questions to help them improve. We only accept instructional articles from qualified LPGA or PGA teaching professionals. Examples of ‘how to play golf‘ instructional articles can be found on womensgolf.com/category/instruction/.

General Stories about women’s golf: Would you like to write player profiles, editorial commentary on current golf events or issues affecting the sport? Our followers love to read about people who are important to golf or interesting off-course aspects of the sport. We publish a wide range of general interest pieces about women’s golf – here are some example stories.

Girls Golf: One of the most rewarding things we do is regularly feature young women who are just starting out on a lifetime of playing golf. If you are a parent, relative or coach of a girl/young woman who you think would enjoy and benefit from being a Girls Golf featured player, please let us know. Examples of our recent Girls Golf features are on this page.

Writing for womensgolf.com will definitely give you wide exposure across the golf and sports media industry.

  • You will need to be able to submit short articles of between 400 and 800 words in a Microsoft Word document attached to an email to Jane at the address info@womensgolf.com.
  • We prefer ‘evergreen’ stories that don’t have a short use-by date. In other words, they will still be relevant and interesting to readers 12-24 months after publication.
  • Photos are very important. Please include your high-resolution images with the story. We cannot use unlicensed images from the web. Don’t worry if you don’t have any suitable images as we can try and source some for your article.
  • We look after all layout and editing work and send you a draft URL for approval around 24 hours before publication.

If you are interested in raising your profile in the golf industry by becoming a womensgolf.com contributor, we would love to hear from you. The first step is to send in your details and ideas. Please send in the form below or email Jane at info@womensgolf.com.

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