There is a saying, that you don’t realize what you had until its gone. My golf is by no means gone, but temporarily on hold.
My daughter is growing inside me, the space is extremely limited and making it uncomfortable to swing.
I currently have kicks ranging from the hip bone to the ribs. It’s
one of the best feelings in the world to feel a little life so active in your tummy, but at the same time, makes day to day life a slight challenge. Needing to invest in some slip on shoes as being able to bend over and tie a shoelace seems like a distant memory. I’ve even considered the dreaded crocs as I guess it is frowned upon to go grocery shopping in your slippers.
My dream was to one day have four kids, but with the cost of living today, I think I already have my hands full. I had all the hopes and dreams of being able to travel the world with my little family in tow line. Luckily, the Sunshine Ladies Tour is growing day by day and now with the inclusion of the Sun PinkStig Series, I may not need to travel the world.
I will get to play golf on my home soil and still make enough money to put food on the table. By the way guys check out PinkStig Pro Ivanna Samu’s interview on the Sunshine Ladies Tour website.
Also go to Essays of Africa digital magazine and check out the PinkStig Pro’s including myself with my preggy tummy in a photo shoot, which took place at Steyn City last month. Its all about promoting life style outside the ropes of the Female Golf Pro. Lastly ladies if you really want to see some of the clothes we modeled, then go to Me and You Clothing Boutique. I love the interest growing from corporate emerging and the more established to work with the pro’s and seeing how UniMedia continuously creating new inroads and platforms to exposure women’s professional golf to new markets.