Editor's note: This story, which originally published on Oct. 4, is another installment in our annual Best Of The Year series. Throughout December, we will be bringing you the top GGP+ stories of 2022.
WHISTLER, BRITISH COLUMBIA | Don’t lump her in with the others. In the pantheon of golf’s social-media influencers – an ever-expanding group of young people with cameras and Instagram accounts that range from Canadian brothers posting travel content, to former college players hitting balls at Topgolf and then breaking into hip-hop dance moves – one young woman from New Zealand is actually growing the game with content and messages that appeal to all ages and demographics.
Her name is Tania Tare (pronounced TAR-a), and if you’ve never heard of her, it’s time for a quick visit to YouTube.
I first met Tania at a pro-am in The Bahamas with a slew of LPGA Tour players and a few internet celebrities. Unfortunately, the former looked side-eyed at the latter, and not without cause. During...
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