Books by Susan Fornoff


“Lady in the Locker Room”
remains the only in-depth look at what it was like to be a woman covering men’s major sports beginning in the 1970s. Originally published in 1993, an updated edition in 2014 coincided with the book’s development for a Hollywood screenplay. Read more about “Lady in the Locker Room.”

Co-authored with Cori Kenicer (now Brett), Northern California Golf Getaways details 18 unique destinations for golf in one of the most beautiful regions of the United States. Published in 2001, the book is long overdue for updated course information, but much of the spirited narrative remains true. Read more about Northern California Golf Getaways.
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Confessions of a Golf Slut stands apart from career-focused “Lady in the Locker Room” as a creative nonfiction story of life and love, but with golf as the lens. Alternately heartbreaking, funny and spirited, the story begins at a golf course and ends at one, but with completely different situations. Read more about Confessions of a Golf Slut.

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