If your golf association is one of the 20 members of the Women’s Golf Alliance, you can get GottaGoGolf for free through your association. If you were a GottaGoGolf subscriber as of March 1, 2015, you’re also getting the magazine for free in your newsletter.
If you’re not eligible for a free subscription, check out our free sample and tell us it’s not worth $20 a year to read the only national golf magazine dedicated to women.
Men walk into a golf shop, go to a table, pick up a shirt, hold it up and then head for the cash register. Of course, it’s not that simple for women, and every year we have more choices.
Do you have a brand that you know matches your attitude and fashion sense? The Spring 2015 issue of GottaGoGolf Magazine endeavors to help, establishing 10 categories of women golfers:
Life of the Party: You like your outfits to be noticed and remembered.
Multitasker: Your golf clothes take you through an active day.
Fashion Diva: You love the posh magazines and are happy to pay for quality.
Traditionalist: You have had the same flattering hairdo for years and tilt toward the preppy.
Fit-Challenged: You are always writing to us and asking, why don’t they make that outfit in my size?
Girly Girl: You’re not opposed to pinks, ruffles and matchy-matchy looks.
Sun Savvy: You check the labels because you know some golf clothes have high SPF properties.
Jock Girl: You buy golf clothes for swinging and walking.
The Juggler: Neutrals and tonals fit your busy lifestyle.
Eco-Girl: If it’s sustainably made and didn’t have to travel far, you’re impressed.
Now GottaGoGolf wants to know: Who are you? Vote in the poll — and then be sure to check out the magazine to see which brands suit your style. (And, because we know most of us don’t want to limit our fashion choices, feel free to pick TWO.)
Great news today for the Legends Tour and inspiration for LPGA stars to keep playing. And here’s a prediction: Annika in 2021.
New York, N.Y. – The United States Golf Association (USGA) today announced the establishment of a new championship, the U.S. Senior Women’s Open Championship, which will debut in 2018. Continue reading →
MARK MARCH 1 on your golf calendar: It’s the day that women will once again have their own national golf magazine. A new partnership with the 120,000-golfer-strong Women’s Golf Alliance has kickstarted GottaGoGolf Magazine, and we will be offering a digital magazine full of stories for, about and by women. The spring issue is all about fresh starts, new beginning, and hitting the ball farther! Here’s the official announcement. Stay tuned for more.
Women’s Golf Alliance teams up with GottaGoGolf Magazine
120,000 female golfers will enjoy a “free” subscription to a multi-dimensional digital publication designed by women and specifically for women
IN FOUR YEARS, Suzy Whaley will not only become the first female president in the then-102-year history of the PGA of America. She’ll become its most dynamic president, judging by her Women in the Golf Industry appearance tonight in Orlando, Florida.
Whaley, eschewing the typical blue blazer worn by PGA officers in favor of a blue Tory Burch cardigan with gold buttons, bubbled over with enthusiasm and advice for other women trying to make their way in men’s worlds. Settling into a chair next to interviewer Emmy Moore Minister, she gratefully accepted a glass of white wine and likened the setting to the television program “The View” as she told the story of her ascent in the golf business. Continue reading →
Annika Sorenstam and Cutter & Buck have been collaborating for more than 10 years on clothes for the woman golfer. Here’s a preview of her latest collection, premiering at the PGA Show January 20-23.Continue reading →
It’s that time of year when golf balls inexplicably disappear with a splash or a plop. Know how to handle your course in wet conditions, with the guidance of Gail Rogers.
Q. My golf group has a great local rule for wet conditions. If we all see a ball land in an area, get there and cannot find the ball, we just agree on the general area and drop another ball with no penalty. What do you think of that?Continue reading →