Who is Suzanne Woo?
As an accomplished real estate attorney in California,
Suzanne Woo realized early in her legal career that golf was a unique
and effective business tool. A graduate of UC Berkeley and the
prestigious McGeorge School of Law, she spent several years working on
multi-million dollar commercial transactions and using business golf to
develop her legal practice.
In 1996, Suzanne founded BizGolf Dynamics to show business
professionals how they can use golf to strengthen their relationships
and increase sales. Suzanne brings her passion for business and golf
into her “work” as a business golf author, speaker, and consultant.
Author of On Course for Business (Wiley) and a contributor in Donald Trump's, Best Golf Advice I Ever Received (Crown), Suzanne advocates including golf in one’s professional repertoire. Her clients include companies such as Deloitte, Harris Bank, Merrill Lynch, Bank of America, National Car Rental, Hitachi, Pepsi Bottling Group, Wells Fargo, and Winston & Strawn, LLP as well as numerous associations.
Women's premiere golf magazine, Golf for Women, included Suzanne's The Etiquette of Business Golf--A Guide to Playing the Game Within the Game, which was sponsored by Federal Express.
Recently Suzanne has masterminded with noted celebrities about playing golf for business: Annika Sorenstam, women's former LPGA #1 golfer;Carolyn Kepcher, Donald Trump's past COO of Trump Golf Properties and former judge on The Apprentice®; Zappos.com'sChief Golf Officer; Jerry Rice, Hall of Fame wide receiver, and Joe Theismann, Super Bowl-winning quarterback.
Suzanne has also participated in masterminds with successful business leaders like Lisa Sasevich, "The Queen of Sales Conversion"; Larry Broughton, founder of Broughton Hospitality and recipient of the prestigious Ernst and Young's Entrepreneur of the Year; and, Janice Lierz, 20-year veteran of Fortune 100 and 500 consumer companiesand "America's Leading Authority on Getting Your Products in Stores Now."
Suzanne is frequently quoted by the media for her expertise on business golf, and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Money Magazine, San Francisco Chronicle, Golf for Women, and other national publications as well as on local and international radio and television news programs.
With a 11.4 handicap index, Suzanne is the 2004 Women’s Club Champion at Mira Vista Golf and Country Club.
She is the first woman to have had a hole-in-one on Mira Vista’s 7th
hole. On November 20, 2005, Suzanne repeated her good fortune on the
7th hole with her second ace. On Flag Day (June 14, 2007), Suzanne shot
her third hole-in-one at the 2nd hole of Mira Vista.
Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced player, Suzanne can help you drive your business success with golf.