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PXG International Women’s Day Giveaway

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International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global movement which celebrates, stands in solidarity with, and raises awareness around female equality and female empowerment. It’s a day to reflect on the growth of women’s equality and challenge global change through the inspiring achievements of women. Today and every day, we celebrate the powerful women of #PXG and women all over the world. We have come a long way in the fight for women’s rights, safety, and equality, but we still have a long way to go.

PXG Brand Ambassador Anna Rawson wearing a PXG tshirt and holding her child.

How to Enter the PXG Giveaway

PXG is hosting an International Women’s Day giveaway in honor of the inspiring and powerful women all over the world. 

Here are the details:

Tell us about the spectacular women in your life for a chance to win one of our special edition PXG Apparel International Women’s Day Tees. To enter this giveaway, tag and comment on our PXG International Women’s Day social media post.


We will be selecting 40 winners a week from today through March 15, 2021. Winners will be contacted for size and shipping information via private message. Join us as we celebrate the strong women who stand up tall and help pave the way for future generations. For a copy of the Official Rules, please click here.


Photo of Renee Parsons, President and Executive Creative Director, PXG Apparel

PXG Troops Choose To Challenge

This year’s International Women’s Day theme is #ChooseToChallenge - “A challenged world is an alert world. And from challenge comes change.”

It is no secret that when women support women amazing things happen. Let’s hear from the spectacular and empowering women of PXG...

“On March 8, the world celebrates International Women’s Day. It’s a time to shine a light on the fearless women who paved the way for change and increase visibility for the inequality that still exists. Because of the unyielding grit, perseverance and confidence of brave women, we live in a more gender equal world. We have witnessed incredible achievements, but I recognize there is still work to be done. There are freedoms to be granted, stereotypes to squash and glass ceilings left to shatter. Let us celebrate and empower all of the women in our lives and around the world. Join me as #PXG stands together to honor #IWD2021.” - Renee Parsons, President and Executive Creative Director of PXG Apparel.

“As a female athlete, I have dealt with hurdles that include anything from being told I wasn’t pretty enough, I wasn’t smart enough, I wasn’t good enough. I never really took to heart what people said about me because at the end of the day I know what I’m capable of, and I know what I want in life.” Christina Kim, LPGA Tour Professional.

“My career has always been about what’s the next challenge, and how can I help evolve the game and grow the game? We need more minorities, more young girls, and more people playing from every cultural background. Why shouldn’t everybody think golf is for them? For so many who have never been exposed to the game, golf can seem intimidating. I’d like to dispel that...” - Suzy Whaley, PXG Ambassador and PGA Master Professional.

“I have started a foundation that helps girls and boys overcome bullying. The vision is to maximize my personal story of overcoming bullying and utilizing my platform as an LPGA player to help inspire and educate people on how to believe in themselves, allowing them to achieve their dreams... Life is hard. Growing up is hard. Bullying will no longer be tolerated. Let's ignite your imagination and take a journey together to find the untold greatness in you.” - Haley Moore, LPGA Tour Professional.

Learn more about the Haley Moore Foundation at and how Haley hopes to empower a new generation free from bullying.

“Considering I am in the second half of my career; I have started to think a little bit more about the impact I can have on other young female athletes. I think the biggest thing is just to model great behavior. I’m not perfect by any means, and never will be. I think that each day if I can get up and strive to be better and try to model that - then that’s mission accomplished. Whether it be playing in a tournament, simply practicing at home, giving a junior clinic, or meeting someone for the first time, I think that the most important thing that I can do is treat them with respect and set a good example.” - Katherine Kirk, LPGA Tour Professional

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