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Golf4Her re-signs Mallory Blackwelder
Jun '11
Golf4Her LLC, the popular online retailer for women's golf apparel and gear, has re-signed LPGA Futures Tour Player Mallory Blackwelder to an endorsement contract for 2011, the company announced.

The contract was finalized as Blackwelder gets ready to compete in the 2011 U.S. Women's Open, being held at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs July 4-10.

"We expect 2011 to be a break out year for Mallory and are certain that her standing in professional women's golf will continue to climb," says Christina Thompson, Owner of Golf4Her. "We are proud to continue our partnership with Mallory and excited to announce that she will be wearing clothing and accessories available at Golf4Her when she competes. She will no doubt be looking stylish on the course and, most importantly, feeling confident and comfortable in her apparel choices.”

"I'm very proud of and excited about my continued relationship with Golf4Her," says Blackwelder, whose 2010 win at the American Express Kentucky Women's Open came just a few weeks after signing her first endorsement contract with Golf4Her.

"There are so many great designers and new apparel available for female golfers. My affiliation with Golf4Her allows me the freedom to select the best of the best and wear clothing styles from a variety of designers. Let's face it, nobody has just one designer in their closet."

To help golf fans learn more about Blackwelder and life as a professional golfer, fans are invited to email questions to Blackwelder, who will respond to them with a personal video from the grounds of The Broadmoor.

Brands currently available at Golf4Her include: Abacus, AUR, 4all by JoFit, FILA Golf, LIJA, Loudmouth Golf, Hugo Boss, Shi Golf and Wear To Win.

Golf4Her is the premier online shopping destination for women's golf apparel, accessories and gear. By partnering with the golf industry's top designers, Golf4Her brings women an exciting collection of hard to find golf fashions in the latest styles, newest fabrics, and hottest trends. Golf4Her carries styles that blend fashion and sport with lifestyle, giving women a fresh new look for on and off the course.

Golf4Her LLC

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