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Women’s Golf Sites and Links

By on May 30, 2013

WomenIntoGolf, created by Kay Mahlook, is aimed at providing opportunities to play golf for women who work. There are clinics for beginners wanting to get into golf or those who want to improve their game and competitions of the more experienced players.

Located in Melbourne, Kay organises events at various golf courses on weekends and twilight hours allowing working women the opportunity to play and complete with other like minded women golfers. Kay also organises tournaments through the year where you can play in a women’s Pro AM with a number of women professionals.

To find out more about future events and membership
Phone: 03 9580 4583
Fax: 03 9587 8750
Mob: 0417 505 700

Kay Wall is the website of Kay Wall, Outlaw Golf author; magazine humour columnist/cartoonist and 1996 Fiji Ladies Open Golf Champion.

Be entertained by the antics at Kay’s site where you can order a copy of comic melodrama Outlaw Golf.

Waihi Leader Review: You don’t need to be a golfer to enjoy Kay Wall’s recently published Outlaw Golf, but followers of the sport are sure to be snapping up copies. Former Waihi resident Kay Wall now lives near Wellington and has established herself as a writer, columnist and cartoonist. She is also a proficient golfer who plays off a 7 handicap. The winner of the senior women’s championship of the Waihi Golf Club for 11 years in a row, Kay went on to win the Fiji Ladies Open championship in 1996. Kay writes for New Zealand Golf Update magazine and last year won the Mona Schreiber Prize for Humorous Fiction and Non-Fiction. The new book is a lighthearted look at the rules of this popular sport, with the author leading a winding path through a total of 36 holes – holes with names like Hidden Horrors, Holey Hell, Watery End, Upthuh Creek, Amen Corner, and Filled In. The easy-to-read paperback is published by the Writers Club Press and can be purchased online.

Rachel McAlpine review: Funny – that’s golf! This little novel would be a fine reward for golfers with a sense of humour, and the perfect remedy for golfers without one. That pretty much covers all golfers, I believe. The author is the Kapiti Coast’s very own Kay Wall, graduate of the Whitireia Writing Programme, deadpan comedian and genuinely distinguished golfer. (And yes, she really did win the Fiji Ladies Open golf championship in 1996, for example, no joke.) Until now the only people able to enjoy Kay’s wit have been readers of her column in the NZ Golf Update magazine. Now you too can sample her style on her website – and in Outlaw Golf, available online. This book is fun. There’s a plot, by the way, but it exists chiefly as a pretext for a string of gags. And why not? Kay Wall is capable of evolving into the Joe Bennett of golf. And that’s high praise indeed.

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