Tiffany Cherry named head of women’s commitment to Australian golf

Golf Australia has announced the appointment of Tiffany Cherry as Head of Female Engagement.

In a LinkedIn post, Golf Australia advised “With a passion for engaging women in sport and an unrivaled combination of broadcast production, communications, marketing and strategy experience, we know Tiff will make a valuable contribution to Australia Golf and we can’t wait to see it in action.

“An avid golfer, Tiffany will bring her own experiences as a woman in the sport from the perspective of a participant, fan, member and employee. “

Cherry (Photo) rose to public prominence as the AFL’s first female rider on the original Fox Footy.

She was co-host of the 2010 Foxtel Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver, as well as a presenter of the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi and the 2012 Olympic Games in London.

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