Next on the Tee
Next on the Tee is the sister to the Tee for Two podcast. This is where you will find written stories around our passion areas in golf and other articles you might find interesting.
Next on the Tee is about emerging women and girls in golf, inclusion and diversity in the game, gender equality, female engagement, juniors and seniors, sustainability, grassroots golf and more.
We hope you will enjoy being next on the tee.
Minjee Lee has been the standout performer in women’s golf in 2022. As the US Women’s Open champion headed to the AIG Women’s Open with high hopes of adding another major to her growing tally, she revealed what drives her to succeed.
This story won the 2022 Australian Golf Media Association Best Reportage of Women’s Golf award.
In the last 20 years, an increasing number of women have undertaken significant roles in golf administration. It’s time for a contextual look at how they’ve been viewed along the way.
Western Australian amateur Kirsten Rudgeley has followed a brilliant 2021, in which she claimed two international amateur victories and a berth in the AIG Women’s Open.
The Athena is making heroes for young female golfers to admire and to emulate. And it’s supported by the girls involved in the Australian Golf Foundation’s Australian Junior Girls Scholarship Program.
Dogs have long been by the side of golf course superintendents as they help tend the course. Here are some of the adorable canines throughout Australian golf.
They’ve been considered the untapped sector of golf, but they’re coming. It’s time to apply a different lens to the emergence of women and girls in golf.
This story won the 2021 Australian Golf Media Association Best Reportage of Women’s Golf award.
Tee for Two is produced on the Traditional Country of the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation in Victoria and extends its respect to their Elders, past, present and emerging.