Spotlighting women in golf through our apparel. We are proud that each style is named after girls and women who have been influential to Teleri's junior, collegiate and amateur golf career.
Named after Haley from University of Tennessee Women's Golf Team (2016-2019). T6 finish at Bobby Nichols Intercollegiate (2017), secured second T25 finish at Clemson Invitational with two rounds of par or better (2018), on record as one of the longest driving women golfers in Tennessee. Competitive, strong and sweet combine together to make Haley a wonderful athlete and friend. Started out playing softball at a high level before transitioning to golf in her teens. Lover of Jeeps and labs Diesel and Dixie.
Named after Blakesly from University of Tennessee Women's Golf Team (2014-2018). 7 Top 25 finishes in Junior season, Co-SEC Player of the Week, 2015 WGCA Academic All-American, SEC Community Service Team. Blakesly was Teleri's college roommate for 3 years and is a longtime friend and teammate in both high school and college. She is a highly decorated golfer in junior, collegiate and amateur events and continues to play today. Blakesly won the 2021 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur in the Blakesly Skort.
Named after Anna from University of Tennessee Women's Golf Team (2014-2018). WGCA First Team All-American (2016), All-SEC First Team Selection (2016), Ranked No.11 in Golfweek's Preseason list, carded highest finish by a Volunteer in NCAA Championship (2016). Anna is a standout athlete who has stayed in the golf industry and continues to share her love with others of the game. Driven to be the best in all facets of golf with a positive spirit and grit. Outstanding on and off the golf course.
Named after Hanley from the Middle Tennessee State University Women's Golf Team (2015-2019). Conference USA Golfer of the Year (2019), first Blue Raider ever selected to postseason as an individual, turned professional after graduation (2019-2020). A 4-time Tennessee Women's Four-Ball Champion. She is our first ever Team Teleri Brand Ambassador!
Named after Ari from the University of Tennessee Women's Golf Team (2016-2019). Logged six rounds at par or better in her final four tournaments of her career at Tennessee. Ari is now a professional golfer on the Cactus Tour, where she was Top 25 on the money list (2020) and has a T3 (-5) tournament finish. Ari is also a 2021 Brand Ambassador for Teleri Athletics.
Named after Kelli from the Carson Newman University Women's Golf Team (2012-2017). Carded a T3 finish at the SAC Preview and had 4 Top 25 finishes her senior year. A long time golfing friend who Teleri would play golf with consistently at their home course after school as junior players. Kelli continues to play golf today and competes in state events.
Named after Natalie from Missouri Western State University (2009-2013). The first female golfer in Missouri Western history to advance to the NCAA Division II Super Regional and was named the MWSU Female Athlete of the Year (2013). She is in the process of launching her golf content brand and a nonprofit focusing on career and educational opportunities for women in golf.
Named after the woman behind Teleri’s golfing history. A mother, a golfer, and so much more. At a young age, Denise was introduced to the sport by her father and later became the reason golf is her family's sport today. She continues to compete in state tournaments and Four Ball events with her daughter, Teleri.
Brought into a golfing family and being introduced to the game late by Teleri's brother, Colleen has put a different spin on what Teleri Athletics apparel can be worn for. Most famously, surfing down the great sand dunes in Colorado in one of our skorts. She is the true meaning of "Rooted in golf, inspired for all", and proving though our apparel is inspired and designed for golfers, it doesn't have to be limited to just golfers.
A supporting, recreational golfer who is also Teleri's sister. Eirianwen played golf in junior tournaments and high school, where she impressed with her natural talent and competitive drive. Though she doesn't compete competitively anymore, she is always there to support Teleri in events, and even organized her own charity golf tournament.
Named after Allison from the University of Tennessee Women's Golf Team (2015-2019). She has battled injuries and surgeries as a professional golfer but through that was able to gain status in the first stage of Q-School in 2022. She will begin competing in tournaments on the Epson Tour later in the 2023 season. During college, she had a T6 finish at Bobby Nicols Intercollegiate (2018). You can read more about Allison in her TA Blog "Inspiration from Injury".
Before turning professional in 2020, Yoonhee competed in 3 USGA US Women's Amateur Championships, won the NorCal Championship during her junior year of high school. In collegiate golf she competed for UC Davis and won the Big West Conference Freshman of the Year. She has a professional win in her rookie year on the Lady Outlaw Tour at GCU Golf Course and 3 top five finishes in Cactus Tour events (Including a T2nd finish)/1 Top Ten Finish. Brand Ambassador for Teleri Athletics.
Lipscomb University Women's Golf Team (2018-2021). In her Sophomore season, she finished in the top-5 in four of the seven tournaments she competed in. Named ASUN Women's Golfer of the week 3 times and set the first and second lowest 36-hole individual scores in Lipscomb history for her totals of 140 at the Lady Red Wolves Classic and 144 at the MSU Greenbrier Invitational. Her sister Elizabeth also has a style named after her in the Cloud Nine Collection.
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Cincinatti Bearcats Women's Golf Team (2015-2018). In her junior season she had her best collegiate finish with a 6th place at the UC Losantiville Challenge. In high school, her team placed top five at the state tournament all four-consecutive years, and was co-captain as a sophomore and junior. She's currently an incoming doctoral student with an interest in the development and application of advanced neuroimaging techniques for analysis of various neurological diseases and disorders.
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Winner of our birthday contest for an apparel piece named after the winner where she detailed what soccer and golf means to her. Varsity soccer player for Maryville College, Sarah started playing golf when she hung up her cleats in 2018 after 18 years. Second-Team All-South Region selections on the United Soccer Coaches list. She now works as a Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practicioner and works on her golf game in her free time. Sarah details that golf gave her a way to challenge herself athletically again with a renewed passion for sport and competition.