In fact, there are many countries or peoples that claim to have laid out Golf’s origins. In 1791, it was recorded that fishermen in Musselburgh played golf in this area and up to the 18th century. A women‘s golf competition was held annually between fishermen Musselburrgh and Fisherrow.
However, the earliest known reference records a competition for women golfer starting January 9, 1811. The world’s first women’s tournament was staged over ten eight holes on Musselburgh’s yard.
For the first time ever, a rule change allowed women to play in the British Open. Liz Johnson, becomes the first woman to qualify for the PBA Tour event. At the age of fourteen, Michelle Wie was the youngest athlete to win one of the world sports academy titles laureus.
Currently, it is normal for women golfers to appear in professional tournaments. However, in the beginning, the woman with the image of both strong and soft swing made the eyewitnesses really surprised. So when did women come to golf and since then have there been some important milestones.
The prizes won are ‘two fine blue silk scarves from Barcelona. All of which are sure to guarantee a rich income from hard-working women. All participants to compete for the Creel Cup.
At that time, many clubs and tournaments refused female golfers to register even without tickets for female golfers. The bonus funding for female golfers in professional playgrounds is also more disadvantaged than men’s tournaments. Audience, sponsor and media interest in women’s leagues has always been more modest than men’s.
Through many ups and downs and historical prejudices, women have asserted that they can do anything that men can do, golf is a testament. Women have the right to dream and assert their own abilities. If there is a chance, women should come to golf to find pride in the swing on the course!