The LPGA Women’s Network strives to provide fresh, original content that provides advice for your game and inspiration for your life.

We’re always looking to for new voices to grow our contributor team and share stories from the real women in golf.

Learn about how you can share YOUR story.


Primarily, we’re looking for storytellers and advisors for women trying to navigate the unpredictable waters of golf.

While we prefer someone who is in some way involved with golf (either someone who works in the industry, a longtime player, or lifelong fan), our contributors come to us from all stages of their golf journey and skill levels.

Contributors should be strong writers with a clear voice that aligns with the LPGA Women’s Network’s brand identity.

If writing’s not your thing, we also accept submissions for vloggers and podcasters.

Become a Contributor
The LPGA Women’s Network welcomes all writers to join the contributor team, from first-time bloggers to established experts in their field.

Suggest a Story
Is there something incredible happening in the world of women’s golf you think would make a good story for our community? Let us know about it!

Submit a Story but not join the contributor team
No problem! The LPGA Women’s Network welcomes one-time contributors. If you have a story you’d like to share, please share a detailed description of your article and an estimated word count.

Share Your Story


    The LPGA Women’s Network combines the power of the LPGA brand and our contributor team’s passion for helping more women experience the benefits of golf. By featuring your content on the LPGA Women’s Network, your work will be exposed to over 50,000, engaged readers and subscribers.

    Articles should be well-written, anywhere from 300-800 words, and have an authentic, relatable voice. Our focus is on sharing evergreen content and timely topics in golf.

    Topics include:

    • Inspiration (Your stories, Life, Work, Money)
    • Wellness (Mind, Body, Nutrition)
    • Lifestyle (Travel, Food and Wine, Family, Fashion)
    • LPGA, Symetra, PGA, and other Professional Golf Tours

    We also welcome any new topics. Feel free to submit your idea using the form above.


    The LPGA Women’s Network has three main audiences:

    • New to Golf and Time-Crunched: New and occasional golfers in need of resources to improve their game, but are short on time to enhance their skills/knowledge.
    • Nine and Dine Corporate Networker: New and occasional golfers who aspire to improve their game and feel more comfortable on the course. These women play to network and advance their careers and through the social opportunities the game provides.
    • Ladies Leaguer: Women who consider themselves to be “golfers” and fans of golf. They may have an established handicap, participate in local golf leagues, and have a desire to play more (and better golf).

    Content should try to appeal to at least one of these audiences.

    All of the instruction content on the LPGA Women’s Network is provided by LPGA and PGA-certified instructors or mental game experts. To ensure that all of our instruction remains the highest quality possible, we will only accept instruction from those who are at least Class B LPGA Members or the PGA equivalent.

    If you’re an LPGA or PGA member and would like to submit instruction content, please fill out the form above to establish yourself on our contributor team.

    Absolutely! Though our primary audience is women, our contributor team is open to anyone who shares our passion for getting more women involved in the game.

    All of the content on the LPGA Women’s Network must be original and exclusive to the website. If the article has been published elsewhere (in a book, magazine, website, newspaper, personal blog, etc), it must undergo a full, transformative edit before it can be published on the network.

    Contributors are compensated for their work. Rates are based on the contributor’s writing experience and expertise in their field.

    The LPGA Women’s Network does not pay for story ideas or interviews. Only work that is produced by the contributor will be compensated.

    LPGA T&CP members are eligible to receive 2 Non-LPGA CUs per article (max 10 CUs per year).

    Thanks for your interest in joining our team!

    Your first step is to fill out the form above to indicate your interest in joining our contributor team. Allow 1-2 weeks for a response from a member of the LPGA Women’s Network Headquarters team. From there, you will have a short conversation with a staff member to discuss your previous golf and writing experience and what kind of articles you would like to write. If you’re a good fit for our team, we’ll let you know.

    No. The LPGA Women’s Network contributor team is made up of a group of freelance writers and golf professionals. Therefore, this position does not include a salary or benefits that would normally accompany employment with the LPGA.

    To apply for employment with the LPGA, please visit the LPGA Career Center for a list of current openings.

    Every once in a while, contributors will be commissioned to write a piece. However, the majority of our content is 100% generated by the contributor.

    Unless otherwise specified, contributors are limited to 12 posts per year.

    Contributors can choose to set their own pace. For example, a contributor could submit all 12 articles at the beginning of the year, or submit a piece once a month.

    However, articles will be published throughout the year at the discretion of the LPGA Women’s Network team, unless part of a series (such as a 7-day challenge, etc).