Birdy & Grace Seek the 2011 Golf Woman of the Year

Spring is just around the bend, and the search is on.

Birdy & Grace, has launched its second annual search for the Golf Woman of the Year, so if you know a woman with a passion for golf, family, fitness and community... or if you are that woman... listen up! ~ Because that's the type of woman they're looking for.

An “everyday woman", who inspires or helps others through the way she lives her life.  Shannon Hall is a good example.  She's the 2010 Golf Woman of the Year winner.

The prize is an awesome one: a trip to New York City for a photo shoot with a top fashion photography team.  The winner will be showcased as a featured model in a forthcoming Birdy & Grace collection catalogue and in pr campaigns for Spring 2012,  she'll also  receive custom-fitted outfits, and other prizes.

Birdy & Grace blends fun, flirty and fashionable with perfectly functional. They consider things like pocket placement, fabric texture and length to ensure a flattering fit on all body types and full range of motion for every aspect of the golf swing. Each item in each Birdy & Grace collection is both contemporary and classic... and designed to work equally well on the course and in town.

Sharon Sunoo and Teress Stephens founded their company to create golf clothes with stellar street style. Clothes that could comply with even the strictest country club dress code, but still shine on the streets of New York.  That's what they've done with Birdy & Grace.

The rules and requirements for Golf Woman of the Year are pretty simple, and you can nominate yourself or someone you know. The nominee must be an amateur woman golfer over the age of 25 and must answer this: What does golf mean to you; where you see the future of women’s golf; what social causes are important to you and why; and why would you make a great ambassador for Birdy & Grace.

Each entry must be accompanied by a photo, and the deadline for entries is July 1 2011. Submit yours to and become a "fan" of Birdy & Grace on Facebook... and you're good to go.

Good Luck Golf Girls!