She's GottaGoGolf

She's GottaGoGolf

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"GottaGoGolf is the long awaited for replacement of Golf for Women" ... "This is awesome and will be a hit!" ... "I got more information out of your magazine than any golf magazine I have ever read. It was fun, easy to understand and a lot of great golf tips"
So said just a few of the thousands of readers who discovered GottaGoGolf Magazine in its first year online as the only monthly magazine for women who love the game. Launched by accomplished journalist Susan Fornoff in October 2010, GottaGoGolf went monthly on Feb. 1, 2011, and proceeded to entertain visitors with a lively slate of LPGA news, golf etiquette, golf clothes, golf vacation destinations and even 19th hole wine tastings and recipes. Mixing solid information and insightful reporting with a lot of sassy attitude, GottaGoGolf tailored all of its content to women (and, of course, ladies) who play the game for fun. There were themed issues on the rules, travel, hot weather, the pro tours, golf psychology, golf style, and even one issue on MEN. No, there weren't any men in swimsuits, but, maybe in 2012?
GottaGoGolf built a solid following along the way, and this edition represents an effort to spread the word far and wide and expose more eyeballs to the professional work of its writers and artists. "She's GottaGoGolf" collects the best evergreen articles of the magazine's first year in an accessible, easy-travel format that will catch up devoted readers and captivate new ones.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013225671
Publisher: Susan Fornoff
Publication date: 10/26/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 885 KB

About the Author

Susan Fornoff is the founder and voice of GottaGoGolf. She has written thousands of newspaper articles (most recently for the San Francisco Chronicle and Examiner; before that, the Sacramento Bee, USA Today and Baltimore News American), authored hundreds of magazine articles and had two books published, �Lady in the Locker Room� and �Northern California Golf Getaways.� Her web site is
Cori Brett travels worldwide to write about golf and the golf lifestyle. She writes �Where in the World is Cori Brett?� for women�s golf associations. Her web site is
Katharine Dyson has been writing about golf and travel long enough to be hooked. She has also written an app: "Golf's Greatest Destinations."
An 11-ish handicapper, Emily Kay is a member of the Golf Writers Association of America, International Network of Golf, and The A Position.
Regan McMahon is the author of "Revolution in the Bleachers: How Parents Can Take Back Family Life in a World Gone Crazy Over Youth Sports," book editor at Common Sense Media and a contributing feature writer for the San Francisco Chronicle.
Gail Rogers wrote rules articles for the Northern California Golf Association�s member magazine for nearly 10 years and has officiated in more than 50 USGA championships and the Curtis Cup.
Michelle Smith is a freelance writer, competitive golfer and semi-retired physician who founded The Ebony Quill, LLC, in 2001. She is finalizing revisions of her novel, �Hide and Seek.�
Cheryl Stotler studied at the California Culinary Academy, owned and ran a restaurant, served as hotel manager on a cruise ship, and now oversees the shop and the wine program for the Napa Valley Wine Train as well as the 19th Hole for GottaGoGolf.
Cathy Bowman is an award-winning cartoonist whose drawings have appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, the San Francisco Daily Journal and other publications. To see more of her work, visit

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