Photograph: @michellewiewest

Baked enough sourdough to last a life time, thoroughly bored of Zoom quizzes and organised every inch of your wardrobe?  We hear you, the novelty of lockdown is well and truly beginning to wear off.

Of course we're super thankful to be able to get out on the course again, but we've still got far more free time than we're used to.

The same goes for all your favourite players from the world of women's golf.

Instead of smashing a ball around world-famous courses and attending glamorous dinners, Charley Hull, Lydia Ko, Lexi Thompson, Amy Boulden and many others have been keeping themselves (and us) amused by creating choreographed TikTok videos, inspiring fundraising campaigns, home workouts and even creating spectacular bespoke garden designs.

So here's a selection of our favourite social media lockdown highlights from the stars of women's golf.

Amy Boulden

We were pretty pleased with our lockdown gardening efforts until we saw this.

In our simple minds keeping courgette plants alive for three weeks was a job well done but Ladies European Tour player Amy Boulden has been busy totally transforming her back yard into the most dreamy golf practice area/garden ever.

There's a putting green, golf net and even a patio area perfect for barbecuing.

She's quite rightly very proud of it as well.

Us? Jealous? No way.

amy boulden

Charley Hull

Our homegrown favourite has been using her illusterous career to raise money for the NHS.

Hull fans were beside themselves when she announced on her Instagram page that she was auctioning off her Team GB Olympic opening ceremony jacket, a signed golf bag and her Ping putter and cover from the Solheim Cup 2013.

We don't know who the lucky winners were so keep an eye out at your local club for someone looking very smug with some stylish Charley Hull-esque gear.

Charley

Danielle Kang

The big-hitting American and boyfriend have created the @challengeeachother campaign to raise money for Three Square, a charity that operates a food bank in Las Vegas.

Featuring three golf-themed tasks, the first was to juggle ten times and catch it in your pocket (we're not ashamed to say we failed this), the second was to balance three golf balls on top of each other (it's harder than it looks, honest) and the third was to do your best golf-ball art.

We can't say any of the challenges really played to our strengths but it's very good fun anyway (hoever, ask us to miss three really short putts in a row and we'll smash it any day).

Danielle Kang 2

Lydia Ko

This legendary group effort from the LPGA finally forced us to admit that the TikTok trend is pretty fun actually.

Featuring the Korda sisters,Tiger's niece Cheyenne Woods, Alison Lee and Lydia Ko, this cuter than cute video makes us happy in so many ways.

Think your golf club can do any better? Tag us on your Instagram/Facebook/Twitter page and prove it.

Lydia tiktok

Lexi Thompson

It was hardly a suprise to see that the most toned player in women's golf is using lockdown to become even more ripped.

Her home workouts have guilted us into putting down the remote and dusting off our resistance bands on several occasions, but it's not just her shapely arms that have got us gripped to our phones.

Lexi Social
We mean, where to start.

The car? The extensive, colour-coded shoe collection?

It's EXACTLY like our garage in every way. Honest.

Michelle Wie West

The leggy golfer has been giving us all the feels by documenting her growing baby bump and first few months of life as Mrs Wie West (she tied the knot with her long time boyfriend Johnny West last summer and we're still obsessing about THAT dress).

Oh, and you'll be pleased to know the dogs feature quite heavily too.

No you're the one tearing up at her perfect happy life.

wie


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