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Golf Course Trades Runs my Florida Golf Trip Story

I’m doing something different this winter over at Golf Course Trades – a short series on southern golf trips. First up was Florida, perfect to escape a nasty Nor’easter…unless, of course, your a skier. Thanks again to Golf Course Trades for making the piece look terrific and also to golf architect Steve Smyers for the 11th hour interview...

Golf Course Trades Runs My Resurrection of Lido Article

This is some of the biggest news in golf. Not the pro tours, not the latest equipment, the rebuilding of C.B. Macdonald’s lost masterpiece, Lido Golf Club, in the middle of the sand wastes of Wisconsin by Tom Doak and the Kaiser family is the quantum leap the Second Golden Age of Golf Course architecture has resulted in. Run, don’t walk to...

Golf Course Trades Runs my Interview with Richard Hurley, PhD – Dr. Turfgrass

So a big thank you to Golf Course Trades for running my interview with Dr. Richard Hurley, PhD., a.k.a. Dr. Turfgrass. From the article: “For 40 years Dr. Hurley has been at the forefront of turfgrass development. He’s named strains of grass after Arnold Palmer and Ben Crenshaw, (that was handsomely done, a fine tribute). He’s installed a putting green at the...

Golf Course Trades Runs my Latest Covid-19 Article and Interview with GCSAA President Fulling, Jr.

Golf Course Trades has run my second article in a series of updates regarding the golf industry’s resurgence against the Coronavirus. These articles are published also here, at Golf News Net, and as links at the GSCAA website. We have all joined forces to bring you the latest news in the fastest amount of time and give you a glimpse of golf’s recovery...

Golf Course Trades Runs My Second Tedesco Country Club Article

Once again, a huge thank you to Golf Course Trades, Tedesco Country Club, and Ron Forse. It’s easy to write a great story when you have a terrific subject. Click here for the entire piece. From the article: “By the time you crest the hill on 16 over which you’ve hit you’ve already been enchanted by the course’s wondrous variety – uphill, downhill, draw...