It’s been a rough week at GottaGoGolf. We were hacked. While we’re cleaning up, we thought we’d share this little piece from the Summer issue of GottaGoGolf Magazine, from 19th Hole Editor Cheryl Stotler. Cheers! Continue reading
Marina Alex probably had more fun than anyone in the field during the first round of the 2015 U.S. Women’s Open at Lancaster Country Club. (Copyright USGA/Fred Vuich)
Had you heard of Marina Alex before today? If you were surprised this third-year LPGA pro — who ranks 138th in the world and has just over $300,000 in career earnings — shot 66 to tie two-time Open champion Karrie Webb for the early lead, well, so was she! Read more
Cartoon by Cathy Bowman
HERE’S A LIST of don’ts for golf resorts who aspire to make GottaGoGolf Magazine’s Top 10 U.S. Golf Resorts for Women in the future. Did our 10-woman expert panel miss anything? Continue reading
Danielle Dellios, women’s designer for Antigua
PACKING COTTON for a golf vacation? Wait!
So-called “technical fabrics” — designed for movement, wicking and even quietness on the golf course — are the talk of the golf clothing industry. But cotton has its staunch devotees, who profess an almost cultlike “nothing else but” loyalty to 100 percent purity.
Of course, that cult has to iron — and most women golfers would rather be golfing than ironing their golf clothes, especially on vacation.
What are the other pros and cons of cotton and tech fabrics (lumped in the category of “polyester”)? GottaGoGolf Magazine caught up with Danielle Dellios, women’s designer for Antigua, to find out. Continue reading
Michelle Wie was the only player in red as she walked up the 18th hole during the final round at the 2014 U.S. Women’s Open at Pinehurst. (Copyright USGA/Darren Carroll)
IT MAY BE the U.S. Women’s Open, but viewers from 22 nations can wave their flags this week for homeland women golfers. Only three of the 52 trios teeing off Thursday morning at Lancaster Country Club are all-USA homegrown, few have two players from the same nation and most blend representatives from three countries.
Fox will be all over one of those all-USA threesomes in particular, on Friday. Here’s the featured trio and four more we’ll be watching at GottaGoGolf Thursday and Friday. Continue reading
Photo by Bjorn Andersson
ULRIKA SKOGHAG’S PARENTS started Daily Sports in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1995, and quickly built a collection of golf clothes with great woman-appeal for its sporty yet feminine looks and consistent colors from year to year.
So when Elisabeth and Rolf retired four years ago, the good daughter said, “I think I should take care of what they started, a good brand.” She took up golf and became CEO.
GottaGoGolf caught up with Ulrika at the PGA Show in Orlando, Florida, last winter, and learned some things about women’s tastes in golf clothes around the world.
Some will surprise you. About others, you’ll say, “Duh.” Continue reading