In an attempt to raise money for breast cancer research, and to fund a scholarship program for the Ladies Professional Golf Association of Australia, former pro golfer Jenny Sevil created the Top Shots calendar, which features thirteen months of ladies professional golfers in a variety of revealing poses.
Her intent was to sell 20,000 calendars, and she counted on heavy sales at Australia’s major women’s golfing tournaments. But both the Australian Women’s Open and the ANZ Ladies’ Masters have banned it from the premises. That, Sevil figures, has cost her as much as 10,000 sales.
Weirdly, Sevil’s husband Warren is the general manager of the Australian Ladies Professional Golf Association, and was one of the figures behind the ban.
I’d get divorced if I did something like that. Mrs. Golfblogger spends a great deal of time and money on breast cancer causes.
Sevi, once Australia’s highest earning women’s golfer, apparently is not making anything from the effort. Indeed, it appears as though it is going to cost her a great deal.
At any rate, you support the cause by purchasing a copy of the calendar using the link below: