Who are the women in the ShipSticks commercial at Sea Island?
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Who are the women in the ShipSticks commercial at Sea Island?


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You've probably seen that ShipSticks commercial on TV, with four young women playing golf and having fun at Sea Island resort on St. Simons Island, Ga. The voiceover talks about 17 birdies, one hole-in-one and other stats of the trip as the girls laugh, hit golf shots, dance in golf carts and the like.



You're probably wondering who those women are, and we've got the answer for you.

The four women in the commercial work together as part of a group once known as Women With Drive (and before that, Golf Babes). The group was born out of an Instagram account, called Golf Babes, then Women With Drive, celebrating female golfers. More often than not, the account featured young women performing all levels of golf skill. From that group came a marketing team called Women With Drive, whereby many of these female golf ambassadors would go to golf events as celebrities and appear on camera or play in pro-ams.

From the Women With Drive group, this Ship Sticks commercial at Sea Island features: Nikki Bondura (also known as Nikki B.), who has appeared on Golf Channel's Topgolf show "Shotmakers"; Tisha Alyn Abrea, who works with Bondura on a new venture called ForeHER; Kenzie O'Connell, who also appeared on "Shotmakers" and has a large Instagram following; and Farrah Lee Guest, who appears in the zip-up red suit trying to ship two people in golf bags using the white-glove shipping service.

So, now you know the name of the women in that ShipSticks ad, having so much fun at Sea Island. And if you think you might be a future commercial star, we have it on good authority ShipSticks is looking for new golf influencers for future commercials.


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