TRENDYGOLF is adding a welcome feminine touch to golf fashion with the launch of a specific women’s style section.
The UK’s number-one golf fashion e-tailer is putting ladies first with tips, advice and inspiration for the broad range of premium quality brands available as they seek to add a more personal experience to online shopping.
A dedicated landing page has been added to the website and a specific contact is now available to deal with product requests on fit, style and sizing.
With an extra layer of expertise to help customers make their buying decisions for their golfing wardrobe, women can make purchases safe in the knowledge they will be making a more informed choice.
Laura Barrow, women’s buyer at TRENDYGOLF, said: “We want to inspire subscribers to dress well so they feel good and play even better.
“Before joining TRENDYGOLF, I personally understood the struggle that comes with trying to find good quality, well-fitted, golf clothing while adding a feminine touch to the golf course.
“It’s not as easy it as should be for women golfers, so we want to be approachable and offer some genuine advice and provide a few ideas.”
Barrow, a single-figure handicapper who has been with the company for four years, believes TRENDYGOLF’s wide range of brands offers huge variety to cater for all styles as it embraces the modernisation of golf fashion.
She said: “A lot of golfers can look a bit similar and women generally don’t usually want to wear what someone else is wearing. They want something different.
“We have a broad mix of women golfers among our customers and people have different tastes. But our brands like J.Lindeberg, Puma and Nike have been pioneers in introducing tailored, feminine fits and bolder colour schemes to allow women golfers to express their individual personality on the course.”
Visit www.trendygolf.com for more information.
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