Roberta Isleib has been an enthusiastic and entertaining speaker at golf
tournaments, women's golf events, country club special events, and EWGA
social events. She also designs golf murder mystery events. She will tailor
her presentation to your needs, but here is a sample program:
Roberta signs books with golf sensation Suzy Whaley at the TPC member-guest in 2003.
|"How Bad Golf Changed my Life--And How What I Learned Can Change Yours!"
Clinical psychologist and author Roberta Isleib talks about how she turned her passion for golf into a new career--mystery writer. She will discuss the process of writing, switching careers, marketing books, the books themselves, and golf, of course. And she will reveal the five steps that brought her dreams to life--and could do the same for yours!
Roberta will help your club or organization design a murder mystery for your
special event. The story can be tailored to your club with clues for the
golf course and golf mysteries as prizes. Click here for an example: Murder
at the Clinton Country Club!
Roberta appears at the Banyon Golf Club Women's Association Closing Luncheon
in Palm Beach, April 2005:
Here is some of the feedback Roberta has received:
From Madeline Minisci, Education chair, Westchester EWGA:
I have received so many wonderful comments with regard to our EWGA Westchester closing dinner. You were a big hit and I appreciated you providing us with such an entertaining evening.
From Joan DeStaebler of the Princeton Country Club Women's Golf League,
December 7, 2004:
"I have been the happy recipient of much praise for inviting you to our
luncheon. The credit goes to you and Cassie. The Princeton Country Club Women's Golf League winter luncheon was great
fun, a spirited beginning to the holiday season. Your commentary was
certainly entertaining and we even came away with some super golf tips.
Many thanks for your wit and wisdom."
From Kim Kingston, president of the Fairfield County, CT Executive Women's
golf Association, November 10, 2004:
"The Fairfield County chapter became acquainted with Roberta earlier this
year. We gave away her books at our Tee-Off event. I have read them all and
every one of the stories has been a hoot! They were very well received.
Just the other night, Roberta came to talk to a group of her fans in our
chapter. She is a really neat gal and we had a ball."
Roberta with the Carmel Country Club
Roberta with golf pro Heather Hauk
From Tina Eichelbaum, Carmel Country Club, Charlotte NC, November 3, 2004:
"Just a note of thanks from the nine hole lady golfers at Carmel. Having you at our member-guest was the highlight of our year. Everyone is still talking about it..."
From Karen Strom, Chair, Women, Golf, and Business, 8/12/03:
"On behalf of the Women, golf, & Business Committee, thank you again for
being a participant in our luncheon program. Everyone literally raved that
this was our best event ever, and I must attribute a great deal of that success to your delightful presentation."
From Karen Lutz, Program chair, Women, Golf, and Business luncheon 8/12/03:
"Based on the comments you were receiving from everyone on the signing line,
I know you are aware of how thrilled we were to have you with us yesterday.
Thank you for making the luncheon such a special event. You were perfect
with your remarks. It was also wonderful to meet you and experience your
graciousness and great sense of humor! You now have several hundred people ready to spread the word about Cassie Burdette!"
From Virginia Trimble, attendee at Women, Golf, and Business, 8/12/03:
"Hello, I listened to you speak last Tuesday at the Schneider's benefit. I
have to admit we did not have much hope for the next hour when the program
started. One minute into your dialogue my whole table was laughing. You are
a delight and write with the same enthusiasm. I just this minute finished
Six Strokes Under and reading it was like listening to you speak. Can't wait
until I start A Buried Lie and have even put reading the Danielle Steele's Johnny Angel on hold."
From Dee Dyer, EWGA Central CT Chapter president, 11/15/02:
"Thank you for the enjoyable talk you gave at our end of the year banquet.
It is the first time that we have invited a speaker and you were well received!"
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