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Nisha, Seema and Minx Golf

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Move over Kardashians! We've featured the Sadekar sisters many times here on Golf Babes, and will surely feature them many more times given their talents. Nisha Sadekar (on the right in the photo above), a former collegiate and professional golfer, is the highly accomplished businesswoman behind the event management company Play Golf Designs. Seema Sadekar is a professional golfer playing on the Duramed Futures Tour and Canadian Tour, pursuing her goal of joining the LPGA.

If there's one word that is always associated with Nisha and Seema, it's "style" The Sadaker sisters understand and appreciate style, whether in fasion or accessories or design, whether on-course or off. So it makes perfect sense that Nisha and Seema are branching out into new areas, creating Minx Golf to bring style and golf together.

Through Minx Golf, the Sadekars will help existing brands extend that brand into golf, creating sophisticated and elegant products including jewelry, apparel and golf accessories as promotional tools for companies. Minx Golf is partnered with Fusion Commerce, a manufacturing and promotional products company, and one that also happens to be Seema's primary sponsor in 2010.

"We are ... being creative and thinking outside the box for 2010," Nisha said. "We are looking forward to a successful year with fresh concepts and ideas to grow women's golf."

Minx Golf's "About Us" page further explains the concept: Minx Golf focuses on transcending lifestyle brands to include custom golf lifestyle products.

Check 'em out at, and also keep an eye out for the sisters', which will launch in March.

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