Guest Author - Letta Meinen
I noticed on my Facebook a fellow golfer wrote about a new Women’s Golf site which also has a Women’s Golf Magazine you can subscribe to. The site is called www.LL4G.com (or Ladies Links For Golf) and you can become a member for $49.00 for one year which give you the opportunity to participate in their many features such as Golf instructions, fun days, relaxed play and fellowship. They also have a magazine called Ladies Links For Golf at the subscription price of $14.99 for one year.
I was happy to see another Women’s golf magazine being available since the closing of Women’s Golf that ceased to exist. I missed the Women’s Golf Magazine so this did not take me long to subscribe for a one year issue. It came today and it is a nice slick magazine with Paula Creamer on the cover. Many feature articles and instructions were a great value and kept me interested all the way through.
Lynn Stellman is the CEO or this group and she had an introduction to the magazine features in this issue. The magazine comes out four times a year so I hope they are successful as women golfers need their own magazine. In Lynn’s feature she is challenging the USGA to offer a U. S. Women’s Senior Open as we all would love to see some of the over 50 golfers like Nancy Lopez, Pat Bradley and others we loved to watch. This would be good for Women’s golf but as you know it takes money for this type of television golf.
The Editor of this magazine is Lisa Freeman she talks about spring golf as how we want to lose the holiday inches and braving the cold, windy and rainy spring weather. There is a great article by Nancy Lopez on how she battles weight problems and how Val Skinner helped her work on a diet of low fat, carbs and sugar. This was a great article and Nancy looked great as I have always admired her and loved to watch her play golf. Nancy is part of this magazine as she holds instruction classes that members can enroll in.
The golf tips sections always appeal to me and with women professionals giving the tips always means so much more with their diagrams and pictures to show proper stance, grip and swing. There were several good sections on instruction by Teresa Zamboni, Sue Powers, Tracy Reeves and Annette Thompson. They featured proper swing plane, how to swing on uneven lies, golf fitness and our mental golf all very good suggestions that will be useful.
All women golfers will appreciate this magazine the feature article on Paula Creamer was excellent. It was sad to read that she has problems with her left thumb leading to hyperextension and it is unknown or they do not have a timetable when she will return to play. Paula has also had other health problems that bothered her during the tournaments this was very saddened to read about as she has been a great player for the LPGA
Check out this Women’s Golf site at www:LL4Golf.com and subscribe to this Women’s golf Magazine called Ladies Links For Golf. I am sure you will find it helpful to your golf game. This site calls their site the On Line Amateur Golf Community of the LPGA so you will get news from both sides of Golf. If you’re an addictive golfer like me you will love this Magazine.