These 5 women are golf twitter must-follows

Jessica Korda, pictured above, posts weekly golf tutorials on her Twitter feed.


With the first ladies’ major championship of the year, the Women’s British Open, teeing off across the Atlantic this week, there’s never been a better time to devote more of your attention to the women’s game, and one of the best ways to get to know some of the game’s most visible female personalities is on Twitter. Here are five great women to follow.

Meghan MacLaren @meg_maclaren

The standout FIU alum and winner of two Ladies European Tour events since 2018 is often on the frontlines creating important dialogues about gender disparity in golf to her over 6,000 followers.

Jessica Korda @Thejessicakorda

The five-time LPGA tour winner is a wonderful follow for anyone seeking consistent golf tips and advice. Every Tuesday (dubbed #TipTuesday), Korda imparts valuable golf advice to her followers in a minute-or-so long video.

Beth Ann Nichols @GolfweekNichols

Nichols is an 18-year Golfweek veteran. A former collegiate player, Nichols is an absolute must-follow for anyone interested in coverage of both the LPGA and the broader golf community.

Chantel McCabe @chantel_mccabe

McCabe, a reporter and host for Golf Channel, boasts over 28,000 followers and routinely has valuable insight into the current happenings of the golf world.

Jane Park @TheJanePark

Park is an LPGA veteran, and a quality Twitter follow. Her feed often consists of takes on the most recent and pressing news in the golf sphere, and she often does it with humor.

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