You don’t have to search long to see that the landscape in golf is shifting.

With women and girls picking up the game faster than ever, we have the trailblazing women from generations before to thank, along with the bold leading ladies of today who are creating paths of their own and transforming the game.

In honor of Women’s Golf Day, we’re celebrating the women who are changing the rules and using unique approaches to running businesses and growing brands in equipment, design, instruction, fashion, tech and more.

Read on to find out about these dynamic women who are changing the game:

Suzy Whaley

Vice President, PGA of America

PGA/LPGA Professional, Suzy, is a mother of two and Director of Instruction at her own golf academy in Cromwell, Connecticut. She is on course to become the next President of the PGA of America, the world’s largest association of golf professionals. She has her eyes set on inspiring change both within her organization and amongst the landscape of the golfing public. Along with many others, I want to see more people playing our game,” says Whaley. “I want people from every background to feel that they are welcome. And I want our professionals to have the resources they need to achieve greatness.”

Elisa Gaudet

Founder, Women’s Golf Day

Turning a concept into a movement with more than 1,000 locations in 50 countries, Women’s Golf Day uses golf as a vehicle to celebrate women and girls, providing golf courses with a platform to get more women to experience the game in a supportive environment. In three short years, Elisa has mobilized an industry around her impactful initiative.