Author Archives: Susan Fornoff

Demystifying golf water hazards

When should a woman risk muddying her outfit to save a few strokes? If she studies the rules on water hazards carefully, she might save strokes and dry cleaning! Gail Rogers shows the way. In my first four-ball tournament, I … Continue reading

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Golf wagering tips for women with higher handicaps

You’re on the first tee with a new group that includes players much better than you are, and a wager is proposed. What do you do now? Remember these tips. I played in a tournament recently with a lot of … Continue reading

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Golf scorecard do’s and don’ts

The pros don’t take many shots, but even they sometimes get disqualified for signing an incorrect scorecard. If the best players in the world and their caddies can’t get it right, how can we? Gail Rogers tells how. My club’s … Continue reading

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Women golfers deliver split verdict on Phil

Just for fun, the September GottaGoGolf newsletter asked readers to register their opinion about Phil Mickelson’s post-Ryder Cup critique. They, like Phil, had plenty to say. Phil Mickelson has been popular with women golfers ever since he vowed to leave … Continue reading

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Golf glossary: Scratch

The golf definition of “scratch” — here’s what we’re all itching to be. GottaGoGolf is partial to a scratch margarita, made without a mix, and generally prefers the meal created from scratch over the one purchased under arches. So it … Continue reading

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Play faster now with these 4 tips

Guidance editor Gail Rogers challenges golfers to make one small change and shave minutes off the time of their round. Yay, more time for the 19th hole! Are you up for a challenge? Ask the group with whom you regularly … Continue reading

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The dream golf course for women

It’s Fairsex Valley, the club where Chippendales carry our golf bags and we can always find a restroom. Kathie Dyson has a few other ideas worth considering. Ever since women got the vote in 1920, there’s been very little a … Continue reading

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