Monthly Archives: February 2008

How would you feel if you were beaten by a 9-year-old?

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail How would you feel if you were a 34-year old, 10-handicap, father of 3 arriving to play in an officially sponsored “men’s” tournament to learn that you would be playing against a 4′ 11″, 9-year old boy. Ha…you’d probably think it was a joke! Well, the last laugh would be on you! Richard Martin, owner of a signwriting company, ... Read More »

Pink Panther Paula’s Prowl has Started!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailI wrote a post on Golf For Women last week about Paula Creamer dreaming of being #1 in the world and looking to next year to make that possible. Many would scoff at such audacity, but I am cheering her on and am thrilled to see her capture her 5th LPGA title this weekend. Even battling flu-like symptoms this week, ... Read More »

ClamBake Café – a great online space for golfers everywhere

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailWell, I have to thank Mr. Business Golf for inviting me to his first airing of ClamBake Café on Blog TV. I had a great time and was happy to see so many people watching it (he’s said it was a record audience :)). Golf Girl was there in style. Great questions and lots of banter – I just loved ... Read More »

ClamBake Café Debuts on BlogTV

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailHi everyone: I am so excited to announce that I’ve been invited to be a guest on ClamBake Café by Mr. Business Golf on Blog TV at 7 PM CST (5 pm PST) on Wednesday, February 21, 2008. So what’s the ClamBake Café? The ClamBake Café is a gathering place for all golfers who are asking the question, why should ... Read More »

Come play match play with me on GFW

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailAre you as excited as I am about the World Match Play Championships? I am posting on Golf For Women each day about my picks and predictions on this great event. I hope you’ll join me there and let me know what you think. Here are my picks for round 1. Think I’m crazy? Then come visit me on GFW ... Read More »

Watch out Lorena…She’s baaa_aaak!!!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailWhat a great finish to the SBS Open at Turtle Bay to see Annika back in fine form and beat the field by 2 strokes, capturing her 70th career win. Yes, it’s true that Lorena Ochoa wasn’t there, but almost everyone else was, so this was no cake-walk. At the 16th tee with a 3-way tie for the lead, I ... Read More »

All I want for Valentine’s Day…

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailis right here! Learn more out these beautifual Gemspot putters on my Golf For Women Magazine blog – your golfgal will love you for it! Golfgal Pamper yourself on Maui! Book your little piece of heaven in golfers’ paradise. Book now at and tell them Golfgal sent you! FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Read More »

Snip Snip – Will we see a double cut policy soon in the PGA?

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailI was watching The Golf Channel tonight and saw that 16 members of the Player’s Advisory Committee met with PGA commissioner, Tim Finchem, this week to talk about possible revisions to the latest (and hatest – I know that’s not a word, but it rhymes :)) cut policy – a policy that created yet another acronym in golf- MDF: “Made ... Read More »

Visit me at Golf For Women!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail Hi everyone. Well, this is an exciting day. Today, Golf for Women magazine launched their new blog site and I was honored to be asked to be part of their blogging team. I’ll be posting 5 days a week on GFW, so bookmark my page and drop by regularly and let me know what you think. I look forward ... Read More »

A winner with a 36 handicap!

FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemailA few weeks ago I was watching the Golf Channel and Mark Rolfing was talking about D.J. Gregory – an amazing man who is determined to overcome enormous physical challenges towalk every hole of every PGA tournament this year. Think about it – that’s 72 holes per week for 37 weeks! That’s about 750 miles! So…you might say – what’s ... Read More »