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.
Other than top level players and coaches, not many in golf know the name Ryan Lumsden. Yet his influence has been profound.
Margie Masters is known as a pioneer of Australian women’s professional golf but there’s a lot more to her than just that.
Prominent golf coach Sandy Jamieson has decided to follow his passion of helping beginners learn golf. And his 1Club could revolutionise the way new players are brought into the game.
Golf can be many things for the people who play it. For Peter Bellion and Donna Howard, it has a healing quality as they deal with severe post-traumatic stress injury.
In 2018 Golf Australia launched a strategy designed to return female participation in golf to the peak level it enjoyed in the 1970s. In Part 1 of an analysis of Vision 2025 in Golf Victoria magazine, we examined why greater female engagement and cultural change had become so pressing.
In Part II of our look at Vision 2025, we examine the framework of the strategy, its aims and how it plans to deliver them.
With the launch of Vision 2025, Golf Australia has set about not only increasing the rate of female participation in golf but changing the way we view and play the sport into the future.
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.