PALM BEACH GARDENS, FL, September 7, 2011 – Golf4Her.com, the popular online shopping destination for women's golf apparel, accessories and gear has become a benefits provider for the EWGA (Executive Women's Golf Association). EWGA members receive free shipping and 5% back in reward points with every online purchase. Points can be redeemed for reward certificates to apply toward future purchases.
By partnering with the golf industry's top designers, Golf4Her brings women easy access to an exciting collection of hard to find golf fashions in the latest styles, newest fabrics, and hottest trends. This online-only retailer carries an extensive selection of the basic golf essentials every fashion-forward golfer must have as well as trendy items to always look in the latest style. The site's Fashion Caddy feature helps to accessorize every golf outfit, with suggestions for a coordinated glove, hat, bag and ball marker. See www.golf4her.com
"We blend fashion, sport and lifestyle giving women a fresh new look suitable on and off the course," says Christina Thompson, Golf4Her founder and owner, and a member of the EWGA Northern New Jersey Chapter. "We are pleased to be a new benefits provider for the EWGA and know that the members will welcome our amazing selection of women's golf merchandise found at Golf4Her."
Since its founding in 1991 as the Executive Women's Golf Association, the EWGA has welcomed more than 100,000 women in the game, connecting them to learn, play, and enjoy golf for business and fun. This association delivers a wide range of golf, social and networking activities for both new and experienced golfers.
A 2010 survey of EWGA members conducted by the PGA of America found that the average EWGA member plays 35 rounds per year. EWGA members spent an average of $4,533 on golf activities, merchandise and golf related travel, with each local EWGA chapter annually generating $550,000 in golf related spending and an average of 4,300 rounds of golf. With over 120 chapters throughout the United States, as well as international chapters in Canada, the EWGA represents nearly $70 million to the golf industry.
A survey of former EWGA members found that 90% of these women continued to play golf. While the former EWGA member survey did not include golf-related travel, this group's golf spending accounted for an additional $98 million, totaling over $168 million and 1.7 million rounds of golf per year.
The EWGA is headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. For more information, see www.ewga.com