Here’s the 411 on who we are, why we do what we do and what’s ahead — among other frequently asked questions.

image of golf ball questionmarkWhat is the mission of GottaGoGolf?

GottaGoGolf believes golf should be fun for everyone, no matter their gender, race or income. Yet the industry has a history of discrimination and exclusion. This website is designed to acclimate women in particular (but men too) who feel excluded or intimidated by the culture of golf. We hope we make you smile.

How does GottaGoGolf make money?

GottaGoGolf is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to and affiliated sites.

We also accept advertising and assist small businesses targeting women golfers, and we place articles in other publications.

How large is the GottaGoGolf community?

About 5,000 opted-in subscribers receive the email newsletter, more than 2,000 belong to the Facebook community and the fast-growing website draws anywhere from 300 to 1,500 visitors in a day. We estimate that at least 95 percent of these are women interested in golf; we don’t pursue numbers for the sake of numbers but have a very targeted demographic.

Why do you call GottaGoGolf a magazine?

GottaGoGolf launched in October 2009 as a digital magazine. It’s our favorite format, but expensive to do and not yet widely accepted among our readers. In 2011 we replaced the digital magazine with a website and distributed a monthly email newsletter. In 2015, partnering with the Women’s Golf Alliance, we produced four issues of the digital magazine but could not make that profitable. This new website emerged in the fall of 2015 and we think it’s as close to a magazine as we can get for now.

Will GottaGoGolf ever be a print magazine?

We would love to talk to potential sponsors or regional associations about that.

Is GottaGoGolf just for women?

No way! That would render us just as exclusionist as the golf snobs! Men are welcome here, unless they’re wearing metal spikes that could damage our turf.

Who can write for GottaGoGolf?

We welcome submissions from new writers who are looking to expand their profiles online, or from