MICHIGAN GOLF NEWS-August 13, 2004 VOL. 4, No. 33

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Acme-Grand Traverse Resort
Boyne Falls-Boyne Mountain Gaylord-The Loon, Otsego Club
Kewadin-Sundance and A-Ga-Ming
Traverse City-Sip and Chip-Park Place Hotel
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__/ HOLE IN ONE CLUB
__/ TREETOPS TO HOST 5TH ANNUAL PAR 3 AMATEUR SHOOTOUT
__/ SCOTT SIKORSKI JOINS CRYSTAL MOUNTAIN
__/ HAL SUTTON UPDATES THE MEDIA ON THE RYDER CUP
__/ 32ND MICHIGAN STATE JUNIOR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP
__/ GOLF ROUNDS UP 2.5% YEAR-TO-DATE
__/ MSU FRESHMAN IS CROWNED 83RD GAM CHAMPION
__/ LPGA TIP OF THE WEEK
__/ HISTORY OF GOLF
__/ GOLF BALLS WILL BE FLYING TO RAISE MONEY FOR LOCAL CHARITY
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__/ YOUNG GUNS TAKE ON EAGLE EYE GOLF CLUB
__/ MICHIGAN GOLF WEEKLY SCHEDULE
__/ WILLIAMSON CUP MATCHES TO BE HOSTED BY GAM
__/ 19TH HOLE-GOLF STORY WITH A MORAL
__/ CALENDAR OF GOLF EVENTS
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MGN ON THE ROAD

Acme-Grand Traverse Resort
Is there a better view of a golf resort than going south on 31 and looking at the complex just before you run into M-72? Also, the morning buffet is a nice way to start the day.

Bellaire-Shanty Creek
In the MGN travels and travails across the state, we always try and catch the setting sun at Shanty Creek's Summit. A nice glass of wine and the visual feast of that moment is a powerfully concluding momento of a day's passing.

Bellaire--Hawk's Eye
In other news, John Robinson the architect of The Chief and Grayling's Hawk's Ridge, will be on hand for the media day at Hawk's Eye on August 26.

Boyne Falls
At Boyne Mountain the big news is the continual work on the new hotel and water park. It is a massive complex and will change Boyne Mountain into a major destination. May 2005 is still the official opening date.

Boyne Country-Boyne Country/True North
We opened our Friday morning MGN radio show with Peter Fitzsimmons of the Boyne Country Convention and Vistors Bureau. Peter discussed the newest addition to their golf inventory, True North. True North will accept public play until their membership fills up. The cost, around the $130 mark, is second to the price tag at Bay Harbor. Boyne Country is an embarrassment of riches, with courses from such architects as Robert Trent Jones, Bill Newcomb, Arthur Hills and now Jim Engh. Still on the drawing boards at Boyne Mountain, is a course to be designed by Pete Dye.


Gaylord-The Loon, Otsego, Marsh Ridge

Mike Husby is looking a little frazzled. Mike keeps busy as an owner and GM of The Loon, the Tournament Director of the Bay Mills Open and a golf course architect. The Loon just hosted the Michigan PGA Seniors Championship on Monday and Tuesday, where Bob Ackerman put together rounds of 68 and 69 to win. The Loon will host the state Buick Scramble on September 7 as well as its own Loon Golf Course Invitational on September 4 and 5.

Ostego Club's Scott Chesley, who never met a piece of real estate he didn't like, is excited about the new Woods development at the Otsego Club. It is the latest building phase for the resort. Gaylord continues its amazing growth along the M-32 highway.

Paul Beachnau, head of the Gaylord CVB, put down his golf clubs for the day and picked up his bike to compete and complete the Mark Mellon Memorial Triathlon this past week.


Kewadin-A-GA-MING/Sundance

We were taping a couple of upcoming shows at A-Ga-Ming this past week and had the opportunity to explore the new Sundance GC with architect Jerry Matthews. Sundance will open next year and bring the A Ga Ming layout to 36 holes. Plans call for a new clubhouse and lots of additional lodging in the forseeable future. Co-owners Mike Brown and Larry Laverly have put together a very successful operation and the new course should do well.


Traverse City-Chip and Sip-Park Place Hotel

Park Place Hotel's marketing guru, Bill Knopp, feels that the fall "Sip and Chip" collaboration between golf courses and wineries will continue to spread. Last year, the wine industry got hurt badly as a late freeze eliminated about 90% of the Leelanau and Traverse City grape harvest. This year, the growing season as been terrific and the yields should be spectacular. For those interested in the Leelanau wineries, you can catch all the action on our special wine video page at http://michigantravel.tv/2004wineries/


MICHIGAN GOLFER TELEVISION: DETROIT NEWSPAPER MICHIGAN OPEN CHAMPIONSHIP

Tim Hygh brings our viewers the story of Jeff Roth's win at last month's Detroit Newspapers Michigan Open Championship at Grand Traverse Resort. In addition, viewers also get the opportunity to catch up with Michigan PGA COO, Ken Devine's and his farewell tour. Ken Devine has been a great COO for the Michigan PGA section and will retire just after the Ryder Cup Show duration: 7:51


THE MAJESTIC AT LAKE WALDEN

Tim Hygh chats with Bill Fountain about the success of this Jerry Matthews designed property. The Majestic and its terrific staff have been mentioned in a couple of Wall Street Journal articles over the past years. It is also a story of the cooperation of high powered golf figures; Cecil McKay, Jerry Matthews, John Dodge and John Rooney Show duration: 3:50


FOX SPORTS NET TO AIR ARNOLD PALMER SHOWS

WDIV-Channel 4 and FOX Sports Net sportscaster Fred McLeod talks in-depth with Clark Durant, CEO of Cornerstone Schools, about the Arnold Palmer Turning Point Invitational, a benefit for the Arnold Palmer Education Fund and the Cornerstone Schools. On August 30, the Invitational will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Palmer's 1954 U.S. Amateur victory at the Country Club of Detroit. 30 former U.S. Amateur champions have agreed to participate in this unprecedented golf event! Fri at 7 p.m., Sat at 6:30 p.m., and Sun at 3 p.m. http://www.turningpointinvitational.org


HOLE IN ONE CLUB

BELLAIRE, Mich.- On August 5, Craig Gossett of Royal Oak, Michigan drove an ace (hole-in-one) with a 5-iron on hole #8 (176 yards) at Shanty Creek Resort and Club's Cedar River Golf Club. Craig has been playing for 37 years and this is the third time he has shot a hole-in-one. http://www.ShantyCreek.com


TREETOPS TO HOST 5TH ANNUAL PAR 3 AMATEUR SHOOTOUT

Treetops Resort will host the 5th Annual Par 3 Amateur Shootout on Labor Day Weekend, September 4th - 5th, 2004. The tournament consists of two events in one, with 27 holes played each day. Your 2-person team will play the Fazio Premier on Saturday and the Smith Signature on Sunday to complete the 36-hole team portion of the competition. For more information contact Eric Geswein at egeswein@treetops.com


SCOTT SIKORSKI JOINS CRYSTAL MOUNTAIN

Crystal Mountain recently announced the addition of Scott Sikorski to the position of Head Golf Professional. Sikorski will work alongside Director of Golf, Brad Dean, to oversee the daily operations of the Kinlochen Pro Shop, supervising and scheduling pro shop staff and lot attendants and instructing golf schools, private lessons and clinics. http://crystalmountain.com


HAL SUTTON ON THE UPCOMING RYDER CUP

Following are excerpts from an interview session with Hal Sutton, that appeared on "The Wire".

JULIUS MASON [Director of Public Relations and Media Relations for the PGA of America] : I think we are looking at 13 days before the United States Ryder Cup Captain Hal Sutton has to make two very difficult decisions, or maybe not so difficult decisions, I'm not quite sure. In 26 days, the European Ryder Cup Captain, Bernhard Langer, will make his two captain's selections. And 45 days till the Ryder Cup Matches begin.

CAPTAIN HAL SUTTON: Th ank you all for being here. I'm excited to be here. Eight months went by fast, watching the great players.

I'm excited. I was at Oakland Hills yesterday. I played 27 holes there. It's in great shape. I'm a little bit tired because we started early, we finished late and then I flew five hours to get here. But anyway, the venue is set. The tents are up. I could feel it in the air. I'm sure we've got a lot of questions about who is playing and who will not. Getting more excited as it gets closer. I've said all along, I could talk all day long about it, so let's cut the small talk out and move on.

Q: Well, to really cut to the chase, we all know occasionally there are some betting on golf. If you had to make a line right now, if you were a bookmaker and you had to put up a line for the Ryder Cup Matches, what would it be?

CAPTAIN HAL SUTTON: I like the United States' chances. I'm not a bookmaker and I would not know anywhere close to what the odds are, but I think the U.S. team is going to be outstanding.

Q: Just for information, the outgoing captain, Sam Torrance, made the line dead even when asked the same question by a reporter. Does that seem a little out of whack to you?

CAPTAIN HAL SUTTON: He said that about?

Q: About these upcoming matches. The line he would make it dead even, maybe give the United States an 11-10 favorite because it's their home turf.

CAPTAIN HAL SUTTON: You know, that's his opinion. He's entitled to his opinion. My opinion is I think we're the favorite.

Q: Can you talk about the home-field advantage? In '99 when Crenshaw had Brookline, he talked about having the home-field advantage and taking advantage of the home-field advantage. As far as you being captain, have you talked to the top four players who have already clinched spots on the Ryder Cup; and have they played Oakland Hills, have th ey practiced, are they taking advantage of the home-field advantage that's here?

CAPTAIN HAL SUTTON: Well, the home-field advantage didn't just start this year. I mean, they have played Oakland Hills before in major championships. There have been some guys playing Oakland Hills already this year. There's a lot of things that we talk about when we talk about home-field advantage. Having been a player with four teams, I played two in Europe and I played two over here and walked over to the first tee, it's pretty evident without even knowing the golf course that you're in your home turf. People are excited about it. You hear your alma mater, you see your American flag. You know, it's pretty evident to me that we are on home turf. I think that's a big part of it. I think that's always been a big part of it. You know, we watched many years of history there and different captains talking about it. It's harder to play when you're on your home turf.

Q: How much do you weigh how well guys are playing right now, as opposed to other factors like experience and track record over the years?

CAPTAIN HAL SUTTON: There's no substitute for guys playing really well, currently. There are other ingredients that factor into it, and how well they mix with the team; what are we missing from the team that I can add to it through a pick; how their game is suited to a particular golf course we are playing.

You know Oakland Hills, I played it a lot. I wouldn't know the statistic of this, but I think it would be hard for a player that's actually trying to play to play the current golf course as much as I have played it in the last year and a half. Oakland Hills requires a lot of things. It requires restraint; that's one thing, so that I'm going to be looking at people that manage their game very well, because there are many places that you cannot open up at Oakland Hills.

So I guess what I'm telling you is, is power is not necessarily everything at Oakland Hills.

Taken and edited from an interview on The Wire


32ND MICHIGAN STATE JUNIOR GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP

Dave Ellis of Negaunee, beat Marc Hulwether of Montrose in a sudden death playoff at A Ga Ming GC in Kewadin. Dick Loring, tournament director, thought the course was terrific and has booked it fo 2006.


GOLF ROUNDS UP 2.5% YEAR-TO-DATE

Golf rounds played in the U.S. were up 2.5% for the first six months of the year compared to the same period last year, according to the National Golf Foundation? (NGF) latest Quarterly Rounds Played Report. Rounds increased 0.9% in the second quarter and 6.9% in the first quarter (revised upward from the 5.3% shown in the April 2004 report due to 400 additional facilities reporting). For additional information visit HTTP://www.ngf.org


MSU FRESHMAN IS CROWNED 83RD GAM CHAMPION

East Lansing native, Grant Tungate was crowed the 2004 GAM Champion today by defeating the two-day field of 78 players at Plum Hollow Country Club. Tungate's score of 69 easily won him this prestigious title and a five year exemption into the Michigan Amateur and GAM Championship.

Grant Tungate, E. Lansing?70-71-69--210?2004 GAM Champion
Steven Cuzzort, Grosse Ile?74-66-73--213 Runner-up
Patrick Wilkes-Krier, Ann Arbor?73-70-71--214
Adam Walicki, Jackson?70-72-73--215
Craig Duncan, St. Clair Shores?71-76-69--216
Christian Vozza, Ann Arbor ?69-76-71--216
Randy Lewis, Alma?71-73-72--216
Brian Stuard, Jackson?68-74-74--216
Korey Mahoney, E. Lansing ?71-76-71--218
Eric Atsma, Caledonia?73-74-72--219
Mark Kurzynowski, Jackson ?73-73-73--219
Submitted by Tonia Branch of the GAM


LPGA TIP OF THE WEEK

This week's tip courtesy of Betsy Cullen, Pine Forest Country Club, Houston, Texas

Distance putting
When having trouble gauging the distance of a putt, try visualizing the ball rolling on the proper path to the hole and then returning on the same path back to the putter. This ?o-yo?visual could give you a better feel for the exact end of the putt. You can even go so far as to feel the ball come back and hit the putter with the impact you think would be appropriate for that length of putt. The back-and-forth roll seen several times before you putt is a way of creating an indelible image and keying you into sensing how hard to hit the ball.


HISTORY OF GOLF

The Mackinac State Historic Parks hosts an evening presentation and dinner at Fort Mackinac on Friday, August 20 at 6:45. Greg Lyman, director of environment programs for the Golf Course Superintendents Association of American. The next day, Wawashkamo GC will host a hickory club tournament.


GOLF BALLS WILL BE FLYING TO RAISE MONEY FOR LOCAL CHARITY

On Saturday September 18th - golf balls will be flying "fast and furious" at Mulligans Golf Center in Auburn Hills. David Ogron - a Guinness Book & World Record holder for the most golf balls hit in 24 hour, 12 hour, and 1 hour periods will be attempting to break the current Guinness World Record for 1 hour - currently listed at 2,146 balls. David brings his Miracle Golf Tour to Detroit during Ryder Cup Week to help raise money for a very special cause - The Michigan Family Medical Relief Fund. For more information and details please contact: Chris Ringo or Bruce Conroy / Michigan Family Medical Relief Fund - (248) 735 - 2407


FREE GOLF AT GULL LAKE AFTER OCTOBER 10, 2004

After October 10 enjoy two days of unlimited green fees and one night of lodging for $60.00*/per person based on a foursome. This rate is valid both weekdays and weekends after October 10, 2004. Please call 800-432-7971 ext. 5013 to make your reservations today and please refer to this e-mail to enjoy this special rate. *This price does not include tax or cart fees.


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MICHIGAN GOLFER MAGAZINE - JULY/AUGUST
Average Monthly Reader Sessions 20,262

Eagles, Birdies, Elk and Cool-Granholm Discovers Thunder Bay -by Art McCafferty
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The Architects of the Gaylord Golf Mecca- by Paul Bairley
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Auditioning for The Big Break III-by Vanessa Bell
Michigan Golfer Magazine
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Michigan Golfer Television
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Slice of Life-by Terry Moore
Michigan Golfer Magazine
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New for 2004 Angels Crossing- by Jason Deegan
Michigan Golfer Magazine
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Michigan Golfer Television
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New for 2004 Greywalls- by Art McCafferty
Michigan Golfer Magazine
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19TH HOLE-GOLF STORY WITH A MORAL In 1923, Who Was:
1. President of the largest steel company?
2. President of the largest gas company?
3. President of the New YorkStock Exchange?
4. Greatest wheat speculator?
5. President of the Bank of International Settlement?
6. Great Bear of Wall Street?

These men were considered some of the worlds most successful of their days. Now, 80 years later, the history book asks us, if we know what ultimately became of them.

The Answers:
1. The president of the largest steel company. Charles Schwab, died a pauper.
2. The president of the largest gas company, Edward Hopson, went insane.
3. The president of the NYSE, Richard Whitney, was released from prison to die at home.
4. The greatest wheat speculator, Arthur Cooger, died abroad, penniless.
5. The president of the Bank of International Settlement, shot himself.
6. The Great Bear of Wall Street, Cosabee Livermore, also committed suicide.

However, in that same year, 1923, the PGA Champion and the winner of the most important golf tournament, the US Open, was Gene Sarazen. What became of him?

He played golf until he was 92, died in 1999 at the age of 95. He was financially secure at the time of his death.

The Moral: Screw work. Play golf. Thanks and a Tip of the Tam to Jim Neff for this gem.


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BOYNE HIGHLANDS RESORT HOSTS MAJOR GOLF TOURNAMENTS

Boyne Highlands Resort had a busy week of golf events as the resort played host to two major golf tournaments. The resort hosted its 4th consecutive regional qualifier for the U.S. Amateur championship on the classic Heather golf course. And hosted its 4th consecutive American Junior Golf Association (AJGA) tournament on the Moor course, where a new course record of 64 was shot by junior Justin Hull.

For more information on Boyne USA Resorts http://boyne.com
Taken and edited from a PR release from Resort and Golf Marketing and Julie Ard of Boyne.


WILLIAMSON CUP MATCHES TO BE HOSTED BY GAM

The 41st Williamson Cup Matches will be hosted by the Golf Association of Michigan at the Country Club of Detroit August 9-10. The Williamson Cup is an international event that gives top junior golfers the opportunity to represent their state and regional associations in an annual competition. Junior golfers from up to 10 State and Canadian golf associations send teams to compete in the event. The host association is determined through a rotation schedule.

When the GAM learned that they would host the 2004 Williamson Cup Matches, the Country Club of Detroit immediately came to mind since 2004 will mark the 50th anniversary of Arnold Palmer's first U.S. Amateur Championship, which coincidentally was played at Country Club of Detroit. The club graciously agreed to host the event. Each state or Canadian golf association sends a team of four golfers. The event is a two-day, 36-hole stroke play competition.

Taken and edited from a GAM release


MICHIGAN GOLF WEEKLY SCHEDULE

Hosted by Jeff Lesson and Janina Jacobs Saturdays at 11:00 -WWJ, CBS Detroit, Channel 62.
Aug 14 Dearborn Hills GC, Dearborn

Aug 21 Buck's Run GC, Mt. Pleasant


MICHIGAN GOLF NEWS ASSOCIATION SUBSCRIBERS
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Michigan PGA
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http://www.mwgolf.org

Michigan State Amateur Golf Association
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Upper Peninsula Golf Association
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SEPTEMBER
09/04-05 Par-3 Amateur Shootout
http://treetops.com

09/8-9 GAM Senior Amateur, Belvedere GC
http://gam.org

09/11-12 Michigan Net Amateur, The Loon

09/14-19 The Ryder Cup -Oakland Hills CC
http://rydercup.com

09/15 The Ryder Cup Captains Challenge, Detroit Golf Club

09/16 The Ryder Cup Champions Invitational, Oakland University

09/16 Irish Night and Ryder Cup Celebration at The Henry Ford

09/25-26 Atlas Trophy Matches (Men & Women), Yarrow GC

09/25-27 Pepsi Fall Charity Invitational
http://treetops.com

09/28 GAM Tournament of Champions Egypt Valley CC
http://gam.org


OCTOBER
10/07-9 Boys Golf Regionals -- October 7, 8 or 9

10/15-16 Boys Gol MHSAA Finals -- October 15-16
http://www.mhsaa.com/


NOVEMBER
11/28-30.MGCOA Annual Meeting at the Somerset Inn in Troy
http://mgcoa.org


Michigan Golf Calendar 2005

JANUARY
01-27-30 PGA Merchandise Show, Orlando, FL
Web: http://pgamerchandiseshow.com
Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2004shows/show2/index.html


FEBRUARY
02/04-06 West Michigan Golf Show, DeVos Center, Grand Rapids
http://westmichigangolfshow.com

02/11-13 London Golf and Travel Show, London, Ontario
Web: http://golf-show.com
Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2004shows/show3/index.html

02/25-27 Lansing Golf Show, Lansing Center, Lansing
http://michigangolfshow.com


MARCH
03/05 Midland Golf Show, Valley Plaza Resort

03/26-27 Lakeshore Golf Show and Travel Show
Contact: SueNielsen@whitehall.k12.mi.us
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03/11-13 Michigan Golf Show, Novi Expo, Novi
Web: http://michigangolfshow.com
Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2004shows/show1/index.html



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/

Hichigan Interscholastic Golf Coaches Association
http://migca.com

National Golf Course Owners Association
National Golf Foundation
http://ngf.org

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