If you are looking for additional suggestions, do a search on this forum for "breeders" and whatever state you are willing to travel to. You can also do "reputable breeder", but to be honest it's helpful to know what breeders the forum has IDd as a "bad" breeder (and why) as it is to look at only the "good" breeders.
A few basics to get you started on your search:
1) All reputable breeders will follow/adhere to the Golden Retriever Club of America code of ethics, which you can find here: https://www.grca.org/about-grca/grca-code-of-ethics/
2) The parents of a litter will have verifiable
clearances for hips, elbows, eyes and hearts (eyes must be done yearly, hips and elbows after 2 years and before being bred, heart check should be done by a cardiologist). If you get the dogs' registered name you can do a search in the OFA database at www.ofa.org
to verify that the clearances have been done (and
have been sent in to OFA, which is also important). If in doubt, if you give the forum the registered name(s), we can take a quick look for you in case we see a red flag you wouldn't notice.
3) Terms such as "English Creme" (which is not a real thing - at least not something recognized or used by the GRCA or most reputable breeders) or a focus on something outside of the breed standard (e.g., "oversized" or "comfort Golden") is a red flag for a breeder who is breeding for profit and not for the good of the breed.
If you start with even just these three criteria it should weed out a LOT of the breeders who are breeding for profit or who are less likely to breed healthy, stable dogs.
If you begin to narrow your search down to a particular breeder or pairing, post again here and we can do a little additional research for you.
I also encourage you to take a look around in the forum (especially in the puppy and breeder section) and do some key word searches. There are a LOT of questions that are common among folks looking for their first Golden and you are likely to find the answer to most of your questions there.