Women’s Golf Journal, is America’s only national magazine solely dedicated to the lifestyle of golfing women. Priced at $6.95, over 140 pages in length and printed on high-quality paper, WGJ is available at select pro shops, teaching facilities, clubs, resorts, Barnes & Noble, supermarkets and major newsstands.
Insightful profiles of golfing celebrities, business leaders and “everywomen” are found in each issue, along with extensive travel, dining and lifestyle features. Practical hair and beauty tips for active women are included, along with fashion, health, home and fitness coverage. We visit the world of business, we’re in touch with our readers’ emotional lives and we understand both the joys and challenges of balancing home and career. We also discuss how golf can be an important part of family life, providing life lessons for children and a social means to health and fitness for the entire family.
Beautifully designed and informed by an advisory board that includes Annika Sorenstam, LPGA pro Paula Creamer, Latina Golfers Association founder Azucena Maldonado, Golf Channel’s Kelly Tilghman and others, our content is built upon the core principal that Women’s Golf Journal is a “no judgements” publication: we believe that all women are beautiful and capable, and that golf can serve to enrich a woman’s life, her relationships and her physical and emotional well-being.
In the inaugural issue we speak with actress Cara Santana (Salem) and with Solheim Cup-winning Captain Juli Inkster. We look at the subject of Muslim women and golf; business leader Carla Harris weighs in with career advice; and Annika Sorenstam’s personal trainer offers fitness tips. Our up-front “Clubhouse” section highlights women-friendly and eco-friendly courses, and there’s so much more. Advertisers include Coates Golf, Golfino, Antigua and Callaway from the golf world; top consumer brands such as Rolex, KitchenAid, and Tanqueray; as well as the likes of EY and Insperity from business, to name just a few.
There are two issues of WGJ scheduled for 2016 (spring/summer and fall/winter), with frequency increasing to quarterly in 2017. Our motto is Life in Play and we hope you find the magazine engaging, enjoyable and informative.