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➏ Confessions of a Golf Slut Just in time for those holiday flights comes a book for women that ventures off the fairways into territories unknown to many golfers of the male species. Sports journalist Susan Fornoff, author of “Lady in the Locker Room,” has put a chick-lit sort of spin on a book she briefly considered titling “Drive, Putt, Love,” for its kinship with other memoirs by and for women. The narrator takes up golf in her 30s so that she can meet men outdoors instead of in dark-lit bars, and finds not only a husband but friends, adventures, and an “anywhere, anytime, with anyone” passion for the game and its gifts. She even starts GottaGoGolf, a media company geared to women. The fast-paced story takes some dark twists and surprising turns – does this maybe sound like your golf game? – and sometimes reads like fiction. Widely available in print ($16.95) and ebook ($7.99), “Confessions of a Golf Slut” can also be purchased with an individualized autograph at $25, including shipping, from the GottaGoGolf.com website.
➏ Johnny's U.S. Open: Golf's Sacred Journey 2 By David L. Cook, Ph.D. With a foreword by golfing great, Tom Lehman In this sequel the young tour pro returns to Utopia for a quick U.S. Open tune-up. Instead he receives a life altering challenge from Johnny to spend seven more days in Utopia. Along the way we discover the truth about Johnny’s past, meet his family, and take a trail ride to the “chapel without walls.” Johnny intrigues us again with his old school methods and the unveiling of a new swing—the Utopia Pre-Set. He weaves parables from an antique seed bin and miniature piano to inspire greatness. He uses a wild stallion, round pen and red bandanna to teach the foundations of freedom in the chaos on game day. Because of a natural disaster, the U.S. Open is moved at the last minute to a new first time venue. It becomes the most difficult tournament in the history of the game, providing a showcase for mental toughness and a backdrop for a showdown with the greatest players in golf. In the end, it’s Johnny’s influence as a dream-guardian that alters eternity and the National Open. It truly becomes “Johnny’s U.S. Open.” 68
Florida Golf Central • Volume 14, Issue 6