Brittany Lincicome

Previously a two-time major champion, Lincicome is often known as one of the “LPGA Tour’s longest drivers” in the history of women’s golf. During her amateur year, she led the LPGA Tour with an impressive average driving distance of 270.3-yard (or 247.2m).

In the subsequent year, 2006, Brittany Lincicome increased her driving distance average by 278.6-yard (or 254.8m), second amongst all LPGA Tour players. She is also known as the “Bam Bam '' due to her excellent length off the tee. Lincicome, so far, is an eight-time LPGA and two-time major championship winner.

8x LPGA Tour winner, 6x member of the USA Solheim Cup Team, 10 years TOP 3 for Driving Distance on the LPGA Tour.

Perrine Delacour

Perrine Delacour is a French professional golfer who plays on the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA). In 2019, she secured ten LPGA Tour top-10 finishes, including wins at the "Prasco Charity" and "Four Winds Invitational" championships.

This helped her acquire the coveted "Symetra Tour Player of the Year" award. In addition, she is an esteemed Olympian, performing in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

2x Symetra Tour winner, 3rd place - ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open winner



Golf history

Originating in 15th century Scotland, the first 18-hole round of golf was created in 1764. The world’s oldest tournament is The Open Championship, which was first played in 1860.

Women in golf

There are currently 5 major women's championships of the LPGA, including ANA Inspiration, the KPMG Women's PGA Championship, the U.S. Women's Open, the Ricoh Women's British Open, and the Evian Masters.


The 4 major golf tournaments include The Masters, PGA Championship, U.S Open, and The Open Championship.

Fun fact: The German Delegation for golf wore Abacus Sportswear in the 2021 Olympics!


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Madelene is a Swedish pro golfer who took home Rookie of the Year award at the 2016 Symetra Tour.


Gerina, an American professional golfer since 2007, is consistently ranking in the top 10 with numerous LPGA Tour events under her belt.

ROBERT Karlsson

Robert Karlsson, a professional golfer on the PGA European Tour since 1989 and vice-captain in the European Ryder Cup team 2018, has used x-series diligently in the past year.


Christina has represented the U.S. three times at the Solheim Cup, and boasts three victories on the LPGA tour and one on the LET Tour.