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August 3, 2007 - Vol. 7, No. 30
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Season Preview/ Larry Bowden   http://michigangolfer.tv/2007shows/naturalpreview/thenaturalqt.html
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__/ MICHIGAN GOLFER TV-	Western Am Preview & Women's Michigan PGA Open

August rushes by like desert rainfall,
A flood of frenzied upheaval,
But still catching me unprepared.
Like a matchflame
Bursting on the scene,
Heat and haze of crimson sunsets.
Like a dream
Of moon and dark barely recalled,
A moment,
Shadows caught in a blink.
Like a quick kiss;
One wishes for more
But it suddenly turns to leave,
Dragging summer away.
by  Elizabeth Maua Taylor

Rickie Fowler maintained his mastery of Point O’Woods Golf & Country Club on Thursday, 
turning in a 2-under-par 68 after an opening round 65 to build a two-stroke lead at 
7-under-par 133 through 36 holes in the 105th Western Amateur Championship.
Fowler, the 2005 Western Junior champion, is playing in his first Western Amateur but is 
scoring like a veteran at the nation’s second-oldest amateur golf tournament. He hit 17 
greens in regulation in his second competitive round at the Point.

Fowler led a field of 58 players who made the 36-hole cut at 144 or better.
The nation’s top amateur golfers are competing in the 105th Western Amateur championship, 
with the remaining 58 competitors set to play 36 holes on Friday. The low 16 after 
Friday’s rounds qualify for match play on Saturday. The championship match will be held on 
Sunday, August 5.
Pos Player               Hometown                                      Score
   1   Rickie Fowler       Murrieta, CA                                      65-68--133
   2   Lucas Lee            Torrance, CA                                      70-65--135
        Jhonattan Vegas    Austin, TX                                         68-67--135
        Alex Prugh           Spokane, WA                                     65-70--135
   5   Rob Grube             Hinsdale, IL                                        
        Matthew Savage     Louisville, KY                                     67-69--136
        Bronson Burgoon   Montgomery, TX                                71-65--136
   8   Jon McLean           Weston, FL                                        71-66--137
        Rick Kulacz           Perth, Australia                                   
        Billy Horschel         Grant, FL                                           
36   Brian Ottenweller      Grand Rapids, MI                                73-70--143
49   Ryan Johnson          New Boston, MI                                  72-72--144
The following Michigan players failed to make the 36-hole cut:

 Ryan Brehm      Mt Pleasant, MI          70-75--145
Brendan Gielow    Muskegon, MI          71-78--149
Billy McKay      Grand Blanc, MI          79-75--154
Adam Hogue      Plymouth, MI              81-74--155
Steve Larson       Manistique, MI          81-81--162
Mark Koenes      Zeeland, MI               82-87--169
Taken and edited from the Western Am site http://www.thewesternamateur.com
		Vol 25. No. 2http://michigangolfer.com/summer07/index.html
In our summer issue, Jack Berry pitches in with his thoughts about Michigan golf in the 
summertime and then profiles  this year's  Michigan Golf Hall of Fame inductees. Kelly 
Hill caught up with the Pohlcat's John Brehm, a principal in a number of properties in Mt. 
Pleasant, who is also the uncle of MSU star, Ryan Brehm, a friend of the PGA's Dan Pohl 
and Doug Labelle.  Dave Ruthenberg brings us an interview with Tom Gillis, who recently 
picked up 11K at the Buick Open in his battle to regain his PGA card. Art McCafferty 
updates us on Michigan's depleted tournament scene and  takes another look at the 
involvement of Chick Harbert in the design of A-Ga-Ming's Torch course.. The GCSAA has 
authored a  killer article on  "Quick Facts About Golf" and finally Terry Moore 
adds another chapter in his "Slice of Life" series. Our cover features Antrim 
Dells Golf Course.  Cheers and good reading.

 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
 Ryan Brehm Wins Michigan Amateur-Photo Story
 Andy Rutkowskit Wins Michigan Open- Photo Story
 Quick Facts About Golf-GCSAA
 Slice of Life-by Terry Moore

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Gull Lake View Resort- Gull Lake East and West, Stonehedge North and South and Bedford 
We stopped by both the Gull Lake View East and West courses and then three miles down the 
road, the Stonehedge North and South courses, this past Saturday and the parking lots were 
full.  Most of the places we have visited in lower Michigan have had solid play.

The Scott family, who have won a ton of awards and kudos for the deft management of their 
90 holes of golf and real estate development, are now into their third generation of 
family administration.

The original, West, 18-hole course was designed and built by Darl Scott in 1963. Ten years 
later the family designed the East course, site of this year's MGCOA League Championship 
Series. In 1988, Charles Scott, designed the third of their five course holdings with the 
opening of Stonehedge South.  The fourth course, Stonehedge North was designed by both 
Charles Scott and Jon Scott and was brought on line in 1995.  The family also bought  the 
renowned Bedford Valley.  Bedford Valley in 1988. Bedford  Valley, designed by William 
Mitchell,  has hosted a number of major Michigan championships.

We had the opportunity to chat with Head PGA Golf Professional, Wes Wandell and his son 
Robbie,  a rising young high school star. Wandell is now in his 17th year as head 
professional at the Gull Lake complex.  He provides the teaching philosophy for the 
resort, oversees the well appointed golf shops at the three locations and relaxes by 
playing golf with his two sons, 12 and 16, who can "grip it and rip it" with the 
best in the area.
Related Video: Interview with Jim and Charles Scott http://michigangolfer.tv/2001shows/sho
Yarrow Golf and Conference Center This was my second visit to Yarrow, the first coming before the, Ray Hearn designed course,  officially opened. The resort has always been a little tough to find, as it is just a tad off the beaten path.  Formerly a corporate retreat for getting away from it all, things changed when a tornado roared through the resort and  took down thousands of trees.  With the sudden emergence of all this "open" space, the owner, a member of the Pulte family,  decided to build a golf course.  The Ray Hearn design is one of his best. The richness of the hotel and conference center suggest that only those high on the  corporate ladder are to be found there. We were draining the last portion of an adult beverage, when a golfer from Chicago volunteered that he found the golf excellent , the course superb and the cost surprising inexpensive. "This would be a hundred dollar course in Chicago," he said. The management of the complex is in veteran hands, as   Toby Hilton, formerly the golf marketing person at the McCamly Hotel in Battle Creek and Steve Helner, formerly the golf professional at The Natural in Gaylord, have both signed on. Related Video:  http://michigangolfer.tv/2003shows/newcourses/yarrow/ Web: http://www.yarrowgolf.com/page/156-4384.htm Kalamazoo Ridgeview Golf Course In our Spring issue of the MG http://michigangolfer.com/april07/spring0407_11-14.pdf , Jac k Berry interviewed Mike Biber, a principal in the Osprey Management Group.  The article pointed out the involvement of the Biber family in golf and the purchase of Ridgeview GC by Mike Biber and his  brother and sister.  From there, the Osprey folks bought the Medalist, Manistee National, the Otsego Club, Black Forest and most recently added the management of Grand Blanc Golf Course to their portfolio. While these are fairly substantial holdings, the real power of the Osprey Group is in the management of over five million square feet of office space.  The recent golf purchases have resulted from the surplus of golf properties now on the market.  There are some spectacular opportunities in golf if you have the capital and Osprey seems to have it. They bought entire Otsego Club complex for 4.1 million.  Ten years before the purchase, the property might have sold for three times that amount. Bruce Williams is the head professional at the course.  Their website describes Ridgeview as  “an excellent choice  for senior players, families and  kids wanting to play the game at a relaxed pace.”    http://www.ridgeviewgolf.com/page/308-15322.htm ============================================= MICHIGAN WOMEN IN 2007 U.S. WOMEN'S AMATEUR ============================================= Stephany Fleet of Dewitt and Laura Kueny of Whitehall are representing Michigan women in the  U.S. Women’s Amateur starting Monday at the par 36-36--72, 6,595-yard Crooked Stick Golf Club in Carmel, Ind.   HISTORY: The U.S. Women’s Amateur is one of the United States Golf Association’s original three championships. It was first conducted in 1895, shortly after the inaugural U.S. Amateur and U.S. Open. The Women’s Amateur has since been conducted every year except 1917-18, when it was temporarily suspended because of World War I, and 1942-45, when it was suspended because of World War II.          ARCHITECT:  Opened in 1964, the course was designed by Pete Dye. Crooked Stick is hosting its fifth USGA championship. It also hosted the 1990 PGA Championship, won by John Daly, and the 2005 Solheim Cup Matches.   FORMAT:  The Women’s Amateur is conducted with 36 holes of stroke-play qualifying. The low 64 scorers then advance to match play, with the champion determined by a 36-hole match-play final.   ENTRIES: When entries closed June 20, a record 935 entries were accepted by the USGA.  The previous record was 873 in 2005. Qualifying was held at 18 sites from July 5-19.    TELEVISION COVERAGE: Television coverage of the championship begins with the first round of match play on The Golf Channel (All times EDT).   Aug. 8              First Round                             4-7 p.m. Aug. 9              Second and Third Rounds      4-7 p.m. Aug. 10            Quarterfinals                           2-5 p.m. Aug. 11            Semifinals                               11 a.m.-2 p.m. Aug. 12            Final                                        2-5 p.m. USGA COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA RELATIONS CONTACTS: Prior to the championship contact Rhonda Glenn at (352) 347-1932 or Pete Kowalski at (908) 234-2300 or 908-216-8435.   ============================================================================== MICHIGAN GOLFER TV- Michigan Women’s Open presented by Century 21 ============================================================================== 15th Michigan Women’s Open presented by Century 21 We utilized one of the attributes of You Tube, the ability to quickly launch and present a video to the world, and up the eagle of Lisa  Fernandes.  We will be preparing a more in depth show for use later in the year. Enjoy this one now at You Tube  http://youtube.com/w
  ========================================================== PLAY GOLF AMERICA CONTINUES ITS IMPACT ============================= For the second consecutive year, Play Golf America has continued to see overall increases by PGA Professionals, facilities and consumer participation in terms of program involvement during the first six months of the year, announced Brian Whitcomb, president of The PGA of America.     Highlights and record-setting numbers in the first six months include: • The Play Golf America Web site recorded a 35 percent increase in traffic through June 2007 versus the entire calendar year in 2006.  During May (PGA Free Lesson Month), there was a record 116,209 unique visitors to the site (previous mark was 111,406 in 2006). • The number of registered Play Golf America facilities grew to more than 7,300 as of June 30, a nine percent increase from last year’s 12-month total of 6,786 facilities.   A total of 1,990 facilities have posted Play Golf America events on the Web site through June, a 36 percent increase (1,461 in 2006). • More than 7,800 Play Golf America events have been posted on the Web site so far this year compared to last year’s total of 7,193, a nine percent increase. • More than 8,600 consumers have registered online for programs through June, compared to last year’s calendar year total of 3,742, a 131 percent increase. • More than 3,100 PGA Professionals, a 15 percent increase from 2006, gave 36,287 fittings during PGA Free Fitting & Trade-Up Month in April.  More than 5,800 women received a fitting - a 41 percent increase from 2006.  In only its second year of the promotion, equipment and merchandise revenues resulting following the fittings for participating facilities totaled over $8.83 million dollars, a 46 percent increase from 2006. Tammy Boclair  Alday Communications, Inc. =================================================================== MICHIGAN WOMEN'S GOLF ASSOCIATION CROWNS A COUPLE OF CHAMPIONS =================================================================== The Michigan Women’s Golf Association crowned two new state champions in the July 28 and 29 State Championship Tournament held at Hunter's Ridge Golf Course in Howell. The State Championship was contested in Regular and Senior (over 50 years of age) divisions.   Theresa Delcamp of Grand Blanc prevailed over Jennifer Borowiec of Ann Arbor in a sudden death playoff to become the State Champion. Delcamp and Borowiec tied at 152 at the close of regulation play. In the Senior division, Barbara Schmid of Grand Rapids shot 156 to take the State Senior Champion title. Contact: Joyce Harlukowicz                                                              ====================================== LPGA ACQUIRES DURAMED FUTURES TOUR  ====================================== Carolyn F. Bivens, LPGA commissioner, and Zayra Calderon, president and CEO of the Duramed Futures Tour, have announced that the LPGA has acquired the Duramed Futures Tour effective immediately.  The Duramed Futures Tour has been the official developmental tour of the LPGA since 1999 and offers rising stars in the women’s game the opportunity to prepare for a career on the LPGA.  In recent years the organizations have worked closely to assist the members of both tours with professional development, and to prepare members of the Futures Tour for the transition to the LPGA. LPGA Tour cards are awarded to the top five money leaders on the tour. "We are absolutely delighted that we have reached an agreement for the LPGA to acquire the Duramed Futures Tour," Bivens said. ========================================================================== 2007 CARL'S GOLFLAND/NIKE GOLF MICHIGAN PGA JUNIOR TOUR @ THOUSAND OAKS ========================================================================== Steven Barbour shoots a sizzling 65 to win the Boys 13-15 Division at Thousand Oaks Golf Club in Grand Rapids, Michigan It was a scorecard that included 10 birdies on route to a score of 65 at a very difficult Thousand Oaks Golf Club on Tuesday, July 31st that gave Steven Barbour the Boys 13-15 title. This gave him an 8 shot victory over second place finisher Kyle McInerney of Davision, Michigan who shot 73. Steven is 15 years old and will be a sophomore next year at East Grand Rapids High School. In the Boys 16-18 Division it took a one hole playoff for Tony Casciano of Traverse City, Michigan to win his division. Tony defeated Chet Vandenberg of Martin, MI, both players had great rounds of even par 72. Tony is the current Player of the Year point leader with one regular season event on left on Thursday at Prestwick Village, followed by the Tour Championship at The Fortress in Frankenmuth, Michigan on August 8th, 9th. In the Girls 16- 18 Division Maddi Massa recorded a score of 4 over par 76 to take the title. Maddi is from Holt, Michigan and will be attending Michigan State University next fall. In the Girls 13-15 Division Chelsea Guoynes of Traverse City, Michigan shot an 84 which gave her a two shot victory over Mariah Massa, the younger sister of Maddi. ===================================== TOM BENDELOW IS FORGOTTEN NO MORE ===================================== We just got a note from Stuart Bendelwo, indicating that the ASGCA has created a link to more information about his grandfather and pioneer golf architect, Tom Bendelow.  http://golfarchitects.lib.msu.edu/pre-ASGCA/bendelowt/ A Michigan Bendelow Sampler Albion GClb Huron Hills Golf Course Bay City CC Michicago CC Birmingham Golf Club Bloomfield Hills CC Charlotte CC Redford CC Wawonowin Golf Course Escanaba CC Flint CC Grand Beach CC Atlas Valley CC (Flint Golf Course) Spring Lake CC Grand Rapids Elks CC Highlands CC Mosanic CC Park System Hillsdale Golf & CC Portage Lake CC Golf Club Ella Sharp Park Golf Club Meadow Heights CC Big Course Kalamazoo CC - Short Course Riverside CC Manistee Golf & CC New Hotel Course Mullet Lake Golf & CC Muskegan CC Niles Golf Club Plymouth Rark Golf Course Northport Point Golf and CC Owosso Golf Club Port Huron Golf and CC Stag Island Golf Club Gull Lake CC Red Run Golf Club Royal Oak Golf Club Saginaw CC South Haven Golf Club Traverse City Golf & CC White Lake Golf Course Duck Lake Golf Course ======================================================================================== THE PGA OF AMERICA AND UNITED STATES GOLF ASSOCIATION PROMOTE FIRST PATRIOT GOLF DAY ======================================================================================== The nation’s first Patriot Golf Day, a joint initiative of The PGA of America and the United States Golf Association, will be conducted Sept. 1, and enlist the support of public and private golf facilities across the country. On Sept. 1, public golf courses nationwide will request an additional $1 for each green fee they process, while private facilities will ask patrons to contribute donations. The funds will go to support families of those who have become disabled or lost their lives in the line of military duty. PGA Professional Dan Rooney of Stillwater, Okla., is spearheading the program to raise funds through the organization, Wounded Warriors, Inc. (HTTP//www.WoundedWarriors.org).  Rooney is both an F-16 pilot in the 125th Fighter Squadron of the Oklahoma Air National Guard and a member of The PGA of America. Rooney and his father, John, became the owners of Grand Haven Golf Course in Michigan in 1998, and the younger Rooney spends about 20 days per month at the course and the other 10 days flying. Rooney has logged two tours to Iraq, and following his most recent tour he began to think of ways he could stay involved in the war effort. “The PGA of America is proud to have a member like Dan Rooney,” said PGA of America President Brian Whitcomb. “The PGA of America’s purpose is to support our member professionals, and when one of our own came to us with such a brilliant idea and rewarding cause, we wrapped our arms around it and said we would do whatever it takes to support him and give back to those who have given everything.” "The United States Golf Association proudly supports this worthy cause,” said USGA President Walter W. Driver Jr. “Thousands of our volunteers regularly give to the game and we hope the same spirit and generosity will prevail this day. Millions of golfers making a small contribution will make a large impact." For more information or to make a donation, visit HTTP://www.PlayGolfAmerica.com or www.FallenHeroesFoundation.org.   ================================ THINK SANTA AND COOL THOUGHTS ================================ Former golf professional at Inverness and now photographer extraordinaire, Dale Perne of IPI Michigan , asked us to pass on this cooldown note as we go through the dog days of summer.  He wanted golf course personnel to know that his  firm does Santa photography during the winter months.   Three of his gigs last year were at Dearborn CC, Birmingham CC and Prestwick Village. So there you have it, another way to squeeze some much needed cash from your golf facility in the months where bills continue to come in fast and cash comes in slow. In the morning semi-finals of the Championship Flight, Razmig Boghikian of West Bloomfield defeated Jason May of Sterling Heights 3 &2.  In the other match 2004 Match Play Champion Russ Cunningham of Dewitt edged Mike King of Livonia 1 up in 20 holes. =============================================================================== MICHIGAN PGA 2007 CARL'S GOLFLAND/NIKE GOLF JUNIOR TOUR- BOYNE'S MOOR COURSE =============================================================================== Boys 16 -18  1 Andrew Walukonis Traverse City, MI 72-69--141 -3  2 Niklas Ahola gladstone mi 76-74--150 +6  3 Tony Casciano Traverse City, MI 79-72--151 +7  T4 J.D. Pascany Bloomfield Hills, MI 80-72--152 +8  T4 Thomas Fredal Jr Clinton Township, MI 76-76--152 +8  Boys 13 - 15  1 Chris Cunningham Milford, MI 71-71--142 -2  2 Carter Marsh Cadillac, MI 69-78--147 +3  3 Charles Green Ann Arbor, MI 80-82--162 +18  4 Patrick Colburn Traverse City, MI 78-86--164 +20  5 Kollin Jensen Gladstone,Michigan 80-87--167 +23   Girls 16 - 18  1 Alexandra Lipa Birmingham, MI 79-75--154 +10  2 Megan Scholten Grand Rapids, MI 87-87--174 +30  3 Jennifer Cleary East Lansing, MI 85-90--175 +31  4 Mara Kovac Lansing, MI 95-92--187 +43  =============================== 2007 MICHIGAN GOLFER CALENDAR =============================== AUGUST 6-7  86th GAM Championship -Walnut Hills Country Club http://gam.org 7-8   Michigan Players Tour -Thousand Oaks, Grand Rapids http://michiganplayertour.com 9-10  Michigan State Junior Golf Championship, Shanty Creek Resort http://shantycreek.com 10-12   The Club Men's Golf Championships, Grand Traverse Resort & Spa, Acme Web: http://grandtraverseresort.com 11 Chili's Open for First Tee, Binder Park GC, Battle Creek                 http://www.thefirstteebattlecreek.org 11  MIAGT at The Majestic  GC,   Hartland  http://www.miagt.com/Schedule 13-14   16th GAM Women's Championship- Saginaw Country Club http://gam.org 14   Michigan Players Tour -The Grande, Jackson http://michiganplayertour.com 16 MGCOA Golf Outing and Supplier Day, Gull Lake View, Augusta                 http://mgcoa.org 18  Golf Channel Amateur Tour-Greystone GC, Romeo http://www.thegolfchannel.com/amateurtour/?v.pos=548&h.pos=0 21-22   Michigan Players Tour Canadian Lakes, Stanwood http://michiganplayertour.com 24-26  MPSGA  State Seniors Open Amateur Championship, Hawk Hollow and Eagle Eye, 25    4-Woman “Trifecta”  NEW EVENT "War Of The Leagues"  Salem Hills  GC     Northville  http://www.mwgolf.org/ 25  Golf Channel Amateur Tour-Devil's Ridge GC, Metamora http://www.thegolfchannel.com/amateurtour/?v.pos=548&h.pos=0 25  MIAGT at  Boulder Pointe  GC,  Oxford    http://www.miagt.com/Schedule 27-28  11th GAM Women's Senior-Grand Traverse Resort - Spruce Run http://gam.org 28    Michigan Players Tour - UAW Black Lake, Onaway http://michiganplayertour.com SEPTEMBER 3   Detroit Red Wings Training Camp Charity Golf Outing, Grand Traverse Resort &  Spa, Acme Web: http://grandtraverseresort.com 4-5   Michigan Players Tour -Shanty Creek, Bellaire http://michiganplayertour.com 8    MIAGT at Sugarbush GC,  Davison  http://www.miagt.com/Schedule 8  Golf Channel Amateur Tour-Coyote Preserve GC, Hartland http://www.thegolfchannel.com/amateurtour/?v.pos=548&h.pos=0 11   Michigan Players Tour -Lakes of Taylor, Taylor http://michiganplayertour.com 11-12 PGA Fall Expo, Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas                 http://pgamerchandiseshow.com 13 Washtenaw Community College Scholarship Fund, Washtenaw CC Contact: Dennis Doyle 734-995-7281 18-19   Michigan Players Tour -Treetops Village, Gaylord http://michiganplayertour.com 22  Golf Channel Amateur Tour-Eagle Eye GC, Lansing http://www.thegolfchannel.com/amateurtour/?v.pos=548&h.pos=0 22    MAIGT at Coyote Preserve GC, Fenton          http://www.miagt.com/Schedule 25     Michigan Players Tour -Forest Dunes, Roscommon http://michiganplayertour.com Bath OCTOBER 1  GAM Chrysler Club Championship - Men Eagle Eye Golf Club http://gam.org 1- GAM Chrysler Club Championship - Women- Hawk Hollow Golf Course http://gam.org 2-3   Michigan Players Tour -Hawk Hollow Resort, Bath http://michiganplayertour.com 7    MIAGT at The Orchards GC,  Romeo     http://www.miagt.com/Schedule NOVEMBER 16-18      17th Annual Indiana Golf Show, Blue Ribbon Pavilion, Indiana State Fairgrounds                 http://golfexpos.com =============================== 2008 MICHIGAN GOLFER CALENDAR =============================== JANUARY 17-19 PGA Merchandise Show, Orlando County Convention Center, Orlando http://www.pgamerchandiseshow.com/ FEBRUARY 2-4 Hamilton Golf & Travel Show http://golf-show.com 9-11 London Golf & Travel Show     Web: http://golf-show.com Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2007shows/londongolfshow/ 22-24- 20th Anniversary West Michigan Golf Show, Grand Rapids, DeVos Center MARCH 7-9 Michigan Golf Show, Rock Financial Showplace, Novi http://michigangolfshow.com 14-16 Lansing Golf Show, Lansing Center, Lansing http://michigangolfshow.com ======================================================== COURSE VIDEOS ON MICHIGAN GOLFER & YOU TUBE TELEVISION ======================================================== Buck's Run with Jerry Matthews   GLSP Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2006shows/bucksrun/   You Tube: Coming Soon Harbor Point GC with Shaun Bezilla   GLSPVideo: http://michigangolfer.tv/2007shows/harborpoint/   You Tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CBcAwcgu-EU Hemlock Golf Club with John Kennedy   GLSP Video  http://michigangolfer.tv/2007shows/hemlock/index.html   You Tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvZC6-aUvWk Rose Creek-with Arthur Hills and Steve Forrest    GLSP Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2004shows/rosecreek/index.html  Timberstone @ Pine Mountain with Jerrty Matthews    GLSP Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/timberstone/ The Bull at Pinehurst with Jack Nicklaus    GLSP Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2003shows/thebull/index.html    You Tube http://youtube.com/watch?v=4IhWyADkGoU The Heather at Boyne Highlands    GLSP http://michigangolfer.tv/2006shows/boynegolf/heather/    You Tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=16eijvNKfSQ The Loon Golf Course with Mike Husby    GLSP Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/Loon/index.html    You Tube http://youtube.com/watch?v=qyFYB4GfwLw The Majestic at Lake Walden with Jerry Matthews    GLSP Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/majestic/   You Tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUVXolhXROg The Natural at Gaylord with Jerry Matthews    GLSP Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/natural/    You Tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4nKgMii7QM True North with Jack Berry and Jim Engh    GLSP Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/truenorth/    You Tube http://youtube.com/watch?v=8xB_ne5wG34 The Tribute with Gary Koch, Rick Robbins and Keith Gornick    GLSP Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2007shows/tribute/    You Tube http://youtube.com/watch?v=vEKkWCxAgyA Wild Bluff Golf Course     GLSP http://michigangolfer.tv/2002shows/show6/     You Tube http://youtube.com/watch?v=c9BfiJ7Gv38 ================== ASSOCIATION LINKS ================== American Association of Golf Course Architects   http://asgca.org Golf Association of Michigan   http://www.gam.org/ Golf Course Superintendents Association of America   http://www.gcsaa.org Michigan Section PGA    http://www.Michigan.PGA.com Michigan Golf Course Owners Association   http://mgcoa.org Michigan High School Athletic Association   http://www.mhsaa.com/ Michigan Interscholastic Golf Coaches Association   http://migca.org Michigan Publinx Seniors Golf Association   http://mpsga.net Michigan Women's Golf Association   http:// www.mwgolf.org. National Golf Course Owners Association   http://ngcoa.org National Golf Foundation   http://ngf.org National High School Golf Coaches Association   http://www.nhsgca.org

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