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So I bot a SLDR

And became a believer.  I have always been skeptical about the concept of a moveable weight in a driver for the average golfer.  But the Taylor Made SLDR has made it SO easy to move the weight, that I am starting to believe it just might be useful for the average player.   My historical […]

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Fox and Friends: The Business Benefits of Golf

June 3, 2012 Fox and Friends Television interview with Leslie Andrews   On the weekend edition of Fox and Friends, host Alisyn Camerota discussed the business benefits of golf with Leslie Andrews and received a golf lesson in four-inch heels! Leslie Andrews, author of “Even Par: How Golf Helps Women Gain the Upper Hand in […]

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Ask an Expert: Some small business lessons truly timeless

June 5, 2012 By Steve Strauss for USA Today   “The content of your character that has more to do with your failure or success in life and business than your schooling or creativity or timing or most anything else.” That being said, Steve’s tip is about the strides made by women in business. He […]

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Yes, Ladies you DO Need to Play Golf

May 21, 2012 By Julie Steinberg   Two weeks ago, WSJ.com ran an article entitled Nine Rules Women Need to Follow in order to succeed in business.  One of those was “Learn to Play Golf.”  The suggestions triggered unprecedented interest and accusations of anti-feminism.  WSJ.com reached out to Leslie Andrews to get her take. According […]

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Your P.T. Can be Your Best Friend

I know a thing or two about physical therapy, and about physical therapists, having had a  serious sports injury or two.  Torn ACL and ruptured Achilles tendon, among them.  There have been times when my P.T. has been my best friend, because post-surgery due to lower leg injuries, it has been my P.T. who has […]

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How Golf Can Help Women Advisors Increase Sales

May 11, 2012 By Mike Byrnes   Women advisors need to use male-dominated activities, like golf, to make contacts and build relationships, advisors said at the NAPFA National conference in Chicago. At the conference, a session titled, “How golf helps women gain the upper hand in business,” drew a strong audience. It is a myth […]

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Not Playing Golf a Big Handicap for Female Advisers

May 10, 2012 By Andrew Osterland   Want to improve your relationships with your clients, increase your exposure to new potential clients and generally open up opportunities to expand your business? Learn how to swing a golf club, keep your head down and follow through toward your target. “You don’t have to love golf and […]

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The Glass Hammer:
Building Business Relationships: Women, Power, and Golf

April 24th, 2012 By Melissa J. Anderson (New York City) Earlier this month the Masters reminded us of the not-so-subtle bias that women continue to face in the corporate space. Even when they have reached the highest echelons of business, women still contend with outright barriers to networks of power. Continue Reading on The Glass […]

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Elite Professionals:
Even Par: How Golf Helps Women Gain the Upper Hand in Business

April 27th, 2012 By Karen Ammond Even Par, was written by businesswomen, for businesswomen. It is the quintessential guide on how to use golf for business success. No longer can the power of golf be denied by or to women. In fact, golf is the new MBA—the social capital needed to move to the upper […]

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Dana Rader, Golf School Owner, Top 50 Golf Instructor

I have known Leslie for approximately 5 years, and I had the pleasure of working closely with her in her role as Executive Director of the LPGA Teaching and Club Professionals while I have served as the organization’s National President. As part of her ongoing commitment to being the best professional she can be, Leslie […]

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How can taking golf swings with eyes closed improve your focus?

I was out at Montauk Downs Golf Course recently hitting a few balls in bitter cold conditions, mostly for chuckles.  A friend snapped this picture of me, swinging in a parka where the jacket kept blocking my vision, and it reminded me of how valuable it is for me to occasionally practice with my eyes […]

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Early wrist hinge vs. width in golf — can you have both?

I was working with a student the other day (cold weather golf!!!!), and found myself having a very familiar discussion with him.  Most amateur golfers have heard of the concept of “early wrist hinge” or “early wrist set,” but struggle with the execution.  Too often, I see golfers hinge right out of the address position, […]

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Why is PGA Village a great golf and business destination?

Leslie Andrews Golf has chosen PGA Village in Port St. Lucie, Florida, as the official “host” for our seventh annual group golf instruction and play getaways. Why did we choose this venue? Aside from the obvious warm weather implications and terrific location (short ride to the Florida Palm beaches), PGA Village has been ranked among the “75 […]

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