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A 35 year old career bachelorette decided her dating style needed an overhaul so she took up golf to meet men on manicured greens instead of in smoky bars Of course she met men But she also made friends And found a new vocation that took her to the most beautiful resorts and most famous courses in the world None of it had anything to do with being good at the game “Golf slut” was what she called herself based on the description comedian Tommy Smothers used lovingly in describing his wife “will play anywhere anytime with anyone” But as moment after moment unfolded with gifts lessons and surprises she came to realize her relationship with the game transcended labels In her memoir Confessions of a Golf Slut A memoir of life love and The Game trailblazing sports journalist Susan Fornoff tells the story of how golf became her warm blanket through the heartbreaking loss of divorce and death her compass for a hilarious journey through online dating her guiding light in the murky tunnel of midlife career change A poignant but funny golf sister to the likes of Julie and Julia and Eat Pray Love Confessions of a Golf Slut relates the metaphors of the beloved centuries old game in context with human foibles and frailties Within the narrative framework of the search for love it addresses universal themes such as self examination perseverance friendship and ultimately forgiveness Chick lit yes – and for men a peek into the other team’s playbook It’s not a spoiler to reveal that the author never masters the game of golf But her passion for the game will no doubt resonate among the women who already play an estimated 5 million in the United States alone with another 38 million women reported to have interest and inspire those who don’t yet play to pick up a 7 iron and give it a big kiss


14 thoughts on “Confessions of a Golf Slut

  1. says:

    I recommend this book to all my golfing friends I can relate to her painful experiences in the dating world from my single days and I understand her golf obsession I wish I had as much time to golf as Susan did in this book