Michigan Golf News |
June 29, 2007 - Vol. 7, No. 25
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GOLF OSPREY Courses: Ridgeview, Manistee National, Black Forest, Otsego Club, Medalist, Grand
2007 Season Preview Videos
Manistee National- with Doug Bell http://michigangolfer.tv/2007shows/manisteepreview/index.html
Otsego Club- with Mark Hogan http://michigangolfer.tv/2007shows/otsegopreview/
THE NATURAL / MARSH RIDGE: CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF GREAT GOLF-JOIN US IN 2007
2007 Season Preview with Larry Bowden
Web: Golf Packageshttp://www.thenaturalgolf.com/rates.php
Video of The Natural Golf Course: http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/natural/
Spring Stay & Play packages start at just $69.95 per person/per night.
TREETOPS RESORT- CELEBRATING THE 20TH YEAR OF THE JONES MASTERPIECE
2007 Season Preview with Kevin McKinley http://michigangolfer.tv/2007shows/treetop
Web: Golf Packages http://treetops.com/index.php?method=golf&subpage=golfpackages
Video: Robert Trent Jones and his Masterpiece:
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Year to date network viewership 1,291,711
Edited by Art McCafferty-Producer/Publisher, GLSP
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__/ JUNE CALENDAR
__/ MGN ON THE ROAD
Gaylord- Golf Mecca
Treetops, Mountain Lake, Michaywe, Garland, The Natural, Otsego Club and
Kewadin-Antrim Dells GC
Royal Oak- Red Run GC
St. Clair- Pine Shores GC
__/ GOT iPHONE?
__/ TREETOPS LADIES GOLF SCHOOL
__/ PAR-3 SHOOTOUTS CONTINUE AT TREETOPS
__/ WILL WEBER FOLLOW UP
__/ MEIJER TO SPONSOR 2007 LPGA PRO AM AT HIGHLAND GOLF CLUB-JULY 16
__/ JULY IS FAMILY GOLF MONTH
__/ MSU WORKING ON HYBRID DISEASE AND DROUGHT RESISTANCE GRASSES
__/ BOYNE RAISES THE BAR ON MARKETING THEIR RESORT AMENITIES
__/ GOLF EQUIPMENT SALES INCREASE IN 2006
__/ SCOTT HEBERT QUALIFIES FOR PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
__/ MICHIGAN GOLFER SUMMER ISSUE PREVIEW
__/ COURSE VIDEOS ON MICHIGAN GOLFER & YOU TUBE TELEVISION
__/ ASSOCIATION LINKS
__/ GLSP TELEVISION NETWORK
__/ UPCOMING SHOWS ON MICHIGAN GOLFER TELEVISION
__/ MICHIGAN GOLF CALENDAR
__/ ARCHIVES-MICHIGAN GOLFER-MICHIGAN'S GOLF PORTAL
2007 MICHIGAN GOLFER CALENDAR-JUNE
29-7-1 Buick Open, Warwick Hills G & CC, Grand Blanc
29-30 The Hickory Open, Belvedere CC
See our 2005 coverage at Kingsley Golf Club at
30 MIAGT at Devils Ridge GC, Oxford
MGN ON THE ROAD
Atlanta- Elk Ridge GC
I estimate that I have put foot on over 800 golf courses since I started the MG 25 years
ago. I admit, some were at dusk or dawn and the visit was short, but I still tried to
walk away with a photo, video, handshake or good word from being there. Since getting
involved with video, I seem to be starting over. I was at the May 1991 opening of Elk
Ridge and accompanied Dave Richards and Golf Digest's Ron Whitten around the course.
Jerry Matthews, the designer, was on hand to point out the decisions that went into the
routing of the course and any other decision that was pertinent to his work. It was a
beautiful course and the nearest town, was Atlanta, then and now known as the Elk capital
Not a lot has changed in the past 16 years, the course is still spectacular and
civilization has only made modest inroads since then. While Jon Maddern is not the
superintendent there anymore, his legacy for golf course maintainance lives on. To use a
word, the course looked pristine in the morning light.
The clubhouse is spectacular in its appearance and the entranceway gives one a quiet and
leisurely look at the nature as you wind through the forest leading to the clubhouse. If
you have never golfed this course, do yourself a favor and do so. Elk Ridge one of
Michigan's great treasures. And, if you would like another opinion, you can look at the
awards they have won at http://www.elkridgegolf.com/awards.htm
***Gaylord Golf Mecca***
Marsh Ridge and The Natural
Larry Bowden and his staff at Marsh Ridge and The Natural are celebrating the 15th
birthday of The Natural, one of Jerry Matthews award winning designs http://michigangolfer
.tv/2005shows/natural/ Bowden was cautiously optimistic about his business being up over
a year ago, certainly a hopeful trend. As the locals know, if there is a way to make
money, you will find Bowden somewhere nearby.
Bowden sold the Beaver Creek Resort a few years ago and bought the storied Marsh Ridge
property, sans the golf course. He is in the process of converting the existing lodging
into condominiums. Even in a slow economy, he is moving these completely renovated and
spectacular renovated buildings. Marsh Ridge has always been a special address in the
Golf Packages http://www.thenaturalgolf.com/rates.php
Judy Mason, the Director of Golf, has been a steadying influence at Michaywe since she
left her Boyne position to take over the helm. This is where she first learned the game of
golf and in a sense has returned home. The course has undergone some change since she
learned to golf on it. Don Childs, a long time Michigan golf architect, originally did
the course and returned a couple of years ago to bring it up to today's standards. I met
with Child's about a month ago, and he revealed how great it was to be able to revisit a
design and to make the needed changes.
Mountain Lake GC
Formerly, The Lakes GC, this Jerry Matthews designed course is now under new ownership.
Dan Webster, former golf professional at Gaylord CC is one of the partners. Webster, who
also owns a golf specialty store in town, is now concentrating on the locals. The course
was shut down last year, while new ownership was found, and now has to basically start
over from scratch. The Lakes was originally under Michaywe management, then was leased to
Keith Gornick and the Otsego Club. After the Otsego Club sold off The Loon they also cut
their lease with The Lakes. The Lakes then reverted back to the original ownership, who
let Michaywe manage it. The new owners took over at the beginning of this year.
Liquid Louie, barkeep at the famous Logmark at the Otsego Club, must be a happy camper.
When Mike Biber and the Osprey Management group bought the Otsego Club, they asked him how
they could improve his area, the Logmark. His retort was to build some entranceways to
make it easier for the customers to more easily find the place within all the various
building at the resort. The Logmark had long been a locals hangout, because Liquid Louie
always poured a healthy drink. Now with the new entranceways, new people are finding out
what a neat place it is.
As reported elsewhere in this newsletter, Treetops was hopping this week. Rick Smith,
the Managing General Partner, of Treetops was in town and meeting with his management
team. As stated, Rick and his team are hoping for a return of the Par-3 Shootout next
Twenty years ago, my partner Mike Duff and I played a round of golf with Rick and his
assistant prior to their opening of the course. I was totally blown away by the grandeur
of the course and the personality of Rich Smith. You could just tell he was on his way to
I had the opportunity to tape the Grand Opening of Treetops and capture the magic
of Robert Trent Jones during an interview with him , owner Harry Melling and Rick
Smith. Our MG reporters, Terry Moore and Jack Berry, were on hand to fire off the
For those interested, we have captured some of that magic of the Treetops Grand Opening in
Part I http://michigangolfer.tv/2001shows/show19/
Part II http://michigangolfer.tv/2001shows/show20/
Part III http://michigangolfer.tv/2001shows/show21/
Rick Smith http://www.ricksmith.com/pages/rshome.html
Gene Bone II is now one of the professionals at Treetops. Gene spent 21 years at the
Links of Pinewood, Ernie Fuller's place in Union Lake. Bone, started his new position in
April and loves it so much, he moved his family there. He is trying to entice his mother
and dad to move up as well.
As some of you may know, Gene Bone Sr. was a talented golfer in the 50's and 60's. Gene
Bone was elected to the Michigan Golf Hall of Fame in 1988.He has been victorious in
every event sponsored by the Michigan PGA, including the State Pro?Pro, Pro-AM, and
Pro-Assistant. He twice was Michigan Open Champion and Michigan PGA Champion. Bone was
named Player of the Year in 1966 and the Golf Professional of the Year in 1976, the first
ever to receive both honors in Michigan.†
Some information taken from the Michigan Golf Foundation
Fox Run CC
Like many communities, Grayling is trying to make due in these challenging times. They are
a little closer to the deal for a new mega park ,Main Street USA, to be built in the
area. They have some issues with the DNR, but it should be a go after that. They are
excited about what the traffic that the new amusement park will bring and the boost to
The golf in Grayling/Kalkaska is excellent and easy on the wallet. We have four of their
courses on video, so if you are interested, view away.
Royal Oak- Red Run GC
Ryan Brehm won the 96th Michigan Amateur at the Red Run Golf Club in Royal Oak. Brehm,
said it was his biggest win, after having been runner up last year. His massive drives
wore down fellow Spartan, Steve Cuzzort. Check out the GAM story at http://gam.org/news.a
Red Run is really a terrific course. It is a Willie Park Jr. design, which is pointed out
in a plaque outside the clubhouse.
Willie Park Jr., left quite a legacy with his work in Europe and then America. He left
his beloved Scotland after World War I slowed golf course development. True, a lot of
bunkers were being dug during that time, but most had soldiers in them. He built over 70
golf courses in Canada and the U.S., with four of them in Michigan. He was a two time
winner of The Open, now the British Open, and designed over 160 golf courses. In
addition, he wrote the first book on golf by a professional, "The Game of
His most noted works include two golf courses in Golf Digest's Top 100 courses; No. 24
Olympic Fields in Illinois and No. 56 Maidstone Club in East Hampton N.Y. In Canada, he
landed four in the Top 50, Weston Golf & Country Club in Weston Ontario, Calgary Golf &
Country Club in Calgary, Ottawa Hunt And Country Club in Ottawa and Beaconsfield Golf &
Country Club in Beaconsfield, Quebec.
In Michigan his work include, the Flint Golf Club in 1910, Red Run in 1914, Meadowbrook CC
in 1916 and Pine Lake GC in 1921. They are all special with Red Run and Meadowbrook still
hosting major Michigan tournaments.
Lewiston - Garland
Don White, now in his second year as the Director of Golf at Garland, had a full parking
lot due to the success of their Couples Golf Tournament. White also spoke about their
upcoming Father and Son Tournament on July 29-31 and the new Women's Ultimate Golf Getaway
from July 22-24.
Like many golf resorts in Michigan, Garland has struggled during the economic downturn.
However, they are enjoying a good year and the new nine holes that will bring on next
year, will be needed. Also, the 450 acre parcel that Garland sold off a couple of years
ago to bring in some needed revenue, has been bought back, to meet the need of people
wanting to live there. The sale of Garland lodging remains strong.
Also new this year, is the introduction of the Garland Inquirer http://garlandinquirer.com
/ This is a fun publication that spoofs life at Garland while also making some salient
points. For instance, one story was about a special USGA study on the amazing amount of
hole-in-ones at Garland. While tongue in cheek, the story did point out that designer Ron
Otto, designed a couple of his layouts with six packs of par fives, par fousr and par
threes. Thus, if you have more opportunities to hit from a par three tee, the more chance
you have of getting a hole in one. Barry Owens and Fred Bauer head up the management team
at Garland. Ron Otto, owner, has taken a quieter role, but has continued his design work.
St. Clair- Pine Shores GC
In 1930, Fred Hunter got together some local folks and built a golf course in this double
river town. The Pine River surrounds the course as it flows into the St. Clair River.
Pine Shores is a nine hole layout that has remained basically unchanged over the years.
The clubhouse is another thing, having been razed seven years ago and a new one built.
They have a bronze statue outside the clubhouse that was put there to celebrate the
club's 75th birthday a couple of years ago.
The new iPhone, "When in its U.S.B. charging cradle, the iPhone slurps in music,
videos and photos from your Mac or PC. Photos, movies and even You Tube videos look
spectacular on the bright 3.5 very-high-resolution screen." Matching the Ballyhoo,
Mostly-New York Times, June 27, 2007,
GLSP has put up over 100 You Tube videos on golf, travel, skiing and running events.
These are all now available for your iPhone. Enjoy.
Golf Courses Now Available for your new iPhone
Harbor Point Golf Club with Shaun Bezilla
Hemlock Golf Club with John Kennedy
The Heather at Boyne Highlands with Jack Berry and Bernie Friedrich
The Loon Golf Course with Mike Husby
The Majestic at Lake Walden with Jerry Matthews and Bill Fountain
The Natural and Marsh Ridge with Jerry Matthews and Larry Bowden
Timberstone Golf Club with Jerry Matthews
True North Golf Club with Jack Berry and Jim Engh
The Tribute with Gary Koch, Rick Robbins and Keith Gornick
Treetops with Robert Trent Jones
Wild Bluff Golf Course with Mike Husby
Golf Course Videos Coming in 2008
Antrim Dells Golf Course with Jerry Matthews
Buck's Run Golf Course with Jerry Matthews
Candlestone Golf Course with Mike Husby
*Sundance at A-Ga-Ming with Jerry Matthews
The Emerald at Maple Creek with Jerry Matthews
*The Torch at A-Ga-Ming
GLSP-Michigan's Golf Portal http://glsp.com
TREETOPS LADIES GOLF SCHOOL
When one talks of the people involved in the Gaylord Golf Mecca, Judy Mason, teacher
extraordinaire of Treetops Ladies Golf School, would certainly be in the conversation.
This year, her 10 classes will average 25+ students a session. She is one of the top
recognized golf instructors in Michigan.
This week was alumni week, as past students from her decade of teaching, returned for this
Tuesday thru Friday golf school. The school started off with a welcome party at the
Broken Club Bar at Treetops. On Wednesday, students had a morning skull session, had
their swings videotaped and then it was out on the golf course for the first of their
three 18 hole rounds of golf. Thursday, saw the breakdown of video, with Judy and six
other Treetops professionals, chipping and full swing drills and then out on the course
again. Friday, more morning lessons, with the class done at 11:00 and a final round of
golf, before returning to their homes around the state.
I did not see a lot of apples from the students, but there were a lot of hugs.
PAR-3 SHOOTOUTS CONTINUE AT TREETOPS
While the professional portion of the Par-3 Shootout is on hiatus for this year, in
search of a long time sponsor, Rick Smith's famous Threetops is still busy at work. This
past week they held the first $10,000 “High Five” version of the tournament. Golfers had
the opportunity to win a prize on every hole during the same two-day period that the
professional tournament was held. Among the gifts available for a hole-in-one, were
speaker systems, pro lessons, resort golf packages, a car and $10,000. While no one
"Trevinoed" a hole, it still created a lot of interest and participation. I met
a Wisconsin couple that had seen the tournament on television and made this visit their
anniversary present. They took the ferry across Lake Michigan and drove to Treetops to
spend three days golfing, with one of the courses selected being Threetops.
Kevin McKinley, Director of Golf at Treetops, put the project together. The personable
McKinley, took over the reins when former head professional, Scott Head returned to Hawaii
this year. One of McKinley's events was a successful Amazing Race at Treetops, held this
For those of you, that would like to participate in a Par-3 Shootout, they have the Par-3
Amateur Shootout on the Labor Day Weekend, this year's dates following on Friday, August
31 to Sunday, September2.
September 23-25 are the dates for the 20th anniversary of the popular Pepsi Fall Charity
Invitational http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/treetops/ This Invitational traditionally
attracts 350 to 400 golfers.
WILL WEBER FOLLOW UP
In a follow up to last week's story, Will Weber, Gaylord hockey standout and son of Golf
Mecca icon, Dick Weber, was chosen in the second round of the NHL draft by the Columbus
Blue Jackets. This Wednesday, the Herald Times ran a big story about their new home town
hero. The town is a buzz and everybody is happy for Will and the entire Weber clan. Great
kid. Great news. Great story. Cheers.
MEIJER TO SPONSOR 2007 LPGA PRO AM AT HIGHLAND GOLF CLUB-JULY 16
Lady Links Golf Management has enlisted Meijer, Inc as the title sponsor of the former
Greater Grand Rapids Charity Pro Am. The 2007 event, now the Meijer Charity Classic, is a
one-day pro-am featuring 21 LPGA touring professionals. The scramble-format tournament
will be held on Monday, July 16, 2007 at the Grand Rapids Elks, Home of the Highlands Golf
The pro-am, which pairs four-member amateur teams with an LPGA playing professional,
begins with a shotgun start at 10:30 a.m. The day closes with an awards dinner and auction
for the professionals and amateurs. Mike Nichols, LPGA Vice President of Tournament
Business Affairs will be at the Meijer Charity Classic, and will speak briefly about the
future of the LPGA at the awards dinner. Nichols is the former director of the PGA Senior
Tour event that was held in Grand Rapids for many years.
Lady Links Golf Management, LLC was founded in 2004 with the aim of establishing a golf
event that is one of the top charitable sporting events in Michigan and with the goal of
bringing a full-scale LPGA tournament to Grand Rapids within the near future.
JULY IS FAMILY GOLF MONTH
With demand for family time identified as one of the top barriers keeping people from
either playing the game or playing more of it, Play Golf America promotes golf as the
perfect recreation for families to participate in together. Throughout “July is Family
Golf Month”, participating facilities will offer programs, including Family Golf Clinics
and Family Golf Play Days for a nominal fee along with Kids Play Free promotions. These
programs provide a structured, yet casual opportunity for families to learn and play the
game of golf together and promote golf as a regular family recreation activity for all
Taken and edited from a Tammy Boclair release.
MSU WORKING ON HYBRID DISEASE AND DROUGHT RESISTANCE GRASSES
In the future, people who care for and enjoy using golf courses, sports fields and parks
may be able to worry less about how cold weather and drought affect the grass at their
favorite recreational areas. With the development of new turfgrass hybrids by Suleiman
Bughrara, professor in the Michigan State University Department of Crop and Soil Sciences,
the turfgrass industry may grow greener and stronger than ever before.
Since beginning his work in 1999, Bughrara has blazed new trails--or, sometimes, frozen
them. Bughrara completed a comprehensive snow mold study of more than 4,000 cloned
varieties of creeping bentgrass by simulating winter for each plant. Twenty bentgrass
varieties showed significant resistance to snow mold, one of the most detrimental diseases
challenging the turfgrass industry. A follow-up study found six of the 20
snow-mold-resistant clones also showed resistance to dollar spot, the other main
"Bentgrass has all the right characteristics of great turf but shows susceptibility
to dollar spot and snow mold," Bughrara said. "We will continue our work to
examine ways of crossbreeding aesthetically pleasing varieties, such as colonial
bentgrass, to maximize disease resistance."
His work also includes ryegrass and fescue. Working to unlock the mystery of drought
tolerance, Bughrara is integrating Atlas fescue genes (from semiarid regions of Morocco)
into the perennial ryegrass genome. The hybrids have shown high drought tolerance in
greenhouse research. Field evaluations and molecular mapping are under way.
"This is exciting work," Bughrara said. "We are the only university in the
United States doing this type of genetic work to improve cold and drought tolerance and
disease resistance in turfgrass breeding."
For more, visit www.greeen.msu.edu.
Taken from a GCSAA NewsWeekly release.
BOYNE RAISES THE BAR ON MARKETING THEIR RESORT AMENITIES
Boyne has turned up the marketing heat this year as they have taken their message to ESPN
and other high profile television content providers. The commercials provide information
on all of the resort amenities available to the entire family. In an email blast, the
resort has announced the following concert season.
July 22 | Randy Travis
August 11 | Gin Blossoms
August 25 | The Allman Brothers Band
September 1 | 2nd Annual Boyne Mountain Bluegrass Festival
September 7 & 8 | Ted Alexandro
September 23 | Alonzo Bodden
GOLF EQUIPMENT SALES INCREASE IN 2006
Falling unit sales failed to slow the golf equipment category in 2006. Consumer purchases
of golf equipment increased 6% to $3.7 billion, the second consecutive increase in the
third-largest equipment category surveyed by the National Sporting Goods Association
(NSGA). In 2005, golf equipment sales reached $3.5 billion.
An analysis of data contained in the Association s Sporting Goods Market consumer
purchases surveys shows steadily declining unit sales in the key component of the category
clubs sold in sets.
In 2006, consumers purchased 48.2 million clubs in sets, which accounted for $1.8 billion
in sales, compared to 54.0 million clubs in 2001 and 62.7 million clubs in 1996. Higher
unit prices have only recently begun to stop the decline in dollar sales.
Dollar sales reached $2.0 billion in 1996 and held at the same level in 2001, despite the
13.9% decline in units. In 2003, sales hit a low of $1.45 billion on 42.5 million units
and began to regain lost ground in 2004.
For individual clubs not purchased in sets, unit sales dropped 19.3% between 2001 (5.7
million units) and 2006 (4.6 million), while dollar sales have risen 4.3% ($568.3 million
in 2001 to $593.0 million in 2006).
Golf balls showed similar behavior. Unit sales in 2006 were identical to 1996, 46.8
million dozen, while sales increased to $942.1 million in 2006 from $830.7 10 years
previously, an increase of 13.4%.
Sales of golf shoes have been flat during the same 10-year period. Unit sales in 2006 were
3.7 million, compared to 3.8 million in 1996. In dollars, golf shoe sales reached $232.1
million in 2006, compared to $230.6 in 1996, an increase of 0.7%.
For additional information, contact Thomas B. Doyle, NSGA, 1601 Feehanville Drive, Suite
300, Mount Prospect, IL 60056-6035. Phone: (847) 296-6742, E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax:
SCOTT HEBERT QUALIFIES FOR PGA CHAMPIONSHIP
Scott Heber, Head Golf Professional at Grand Traverse Resort & Spa’s Scott, recently
finished tied for 13th place in the PGA Professional National Championship at Sunriver,
Oregon.. By doing so, he won a place to play in the 89th PGA Championship, Aug. 6-12, at
Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Hebert is also scheduled to play in
this week's Buick Open.
Thanks and a Tip of the Tam to J. Mike DeAgostino at the GTR& S for the info.
UPCOMING SHOWS ON MICHIGAN GOLFER TELEVISION
Antrim Dells Golf Course-Jerry Matthews
Candlestone Golf Course-W. Bruce Matthews with Mike Husby
French Lick Resort-Bendelow, Ross and Dye
The Emerald at Maple Creek-Jerry Matthews
TOURNAMENTS AND EVENTS
Ireland's Ryder Cup-with Susan Bairley and Mike Biber
2007 Michigan Open
Native American Cup III
Treetops "High Five" Event
Treetops- Ladies Golf School with Judy Mason
Dave Hill Interview II-with Jack Berry
Jack Berry and the PGA Lifetime Journalism Award
Judd Heathcote at Eagle's Eye Grand Opening
Masters Major Achievement Award with William Porter Payne and Craig Heatley
Santee-Cooper Golf-with "Shot" Shuler and Bob Peebles
2008 Michigan Golf Show Preview
2008 West Michigan Golf Show Preview
SUMMER ISSUE OF THE MICHIGAN GOLFER MAGAZINE COMING NEXT WEEK
Vol 25. No. 2 http://www.michigangolfer.com/
Sweet Summertime Michigan-by Jack Berry
Chick Harbert of A-Ga-Ming--by Art McCafferty
Michigan Golf Hall of Fame Class of 2007 by Jack Berry
The Pohlcat PGA Connection: Pohl, LaBelle and Brehm by Kelly Hill
Catching up with Tom Gillis- by Dave Ruthenberg
Where Have All The Tournaments Gone?…Long Time Passing- by Art McCafferty
Quick Facts About Golf-GCSAA
Slice of Life-by Terry Moore
Osprey Golf http://www.golfospreyonline.com/page/290-12546.htm
Treetops Resort http://treetops.com
The Natural http://golfthenatural.com
Harbor Springs GC
Antrim Dells GC
The Emerald at Maple Creek
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