Michigan
Golfer ON-LINE blank

Michigan Golfer Home Page
Calendar
of Events
News
Tournaments

Course Reviews
Destinations
Warm Weather & Out of State Golf

About
GLSP
Contact GLSP
Michigan Golf History
Past Issues

Michigan Golfer TV
Michigan Runner TV
Michigan Skier TV
Michigan Travel TV
Michigan Golf News
September 1, 2006 Vol. 6, No. 35

_/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/__/ __/ __/ __/

OTSEGO CLUB & RESORT-GAYLORD
Golf Packages http://otsegoclub.com/allpackages.php

SHANTY CREEK RESORT & CLUB
Golf Packages http://www.shantycreek.com/golf/package.html

DESIGN YOUR OWN IRELAND GOLFING GETAWAY
Click on - http://www.sullivangolf.ie/quoteform.html
Sullivan Golf & Travel The Ireland Golf Travel Specialist

IN GAYLORD, GOLF THE NATURAL: A JERRY MATTHEWS COURSE
Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/natural/
Golf Packages http://golfthenatural.com

GLSP TELEVISION NETWORK
MICHIGAN GOLFER TELEVISION CHANNEL http://michigangolfer.tv
MICHIGAN RUNNER TELEVISION CHANNEL http://michiganrunner.tv
MICHIGAN TRAVEL TELEVISION CHANNEL http://michigantravel.tv
MICHIGAN SKIER TELEVISION CHANNEL http://michiganskier.tv
RUNNING CANADA TELEVISION CHANNEL http://runningcanada.tv

Edited by Art McCafferty-Producer/Publisher, GLSP

__/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/ __/
__/ MGN ON THE ROAD
Flint
Gaylord
__/ MICHIGAN GOLFER-TV
RYDER CUP COUNTDOWN-The 70's -with Bill Shelton and Michael McCafferty as The Haig"
An Encore Series Sponsored by Sullivan Golf and Travel http://www.sullivangolf.ie
NATIVE AMERICAN CUP II
__/ "WHACK A MUM" WEEKEND AT THE MAJESTIC GOLF COURSE
__/ JOAN GARETY INDUCTED INTO GRAND RAPIDS HALL OF FAME
__/ PGA CHAMPIONSHIP WON BY SCOTT HEBERT
__/ BOOK REVIEW-THOMAS "TOM" BENDELOW: THE JOHNNY APPLESEED OF AMERICAN GOLF"
__/ 2006 MICHIGAN GOLF CALENDAR
__/ ASSOCIATION LINKS
__/ MICHIGAN GOLFER ONLINE RESOURCES
__/ COURSE VIDEOS

***
MGN ON THE ROAD
Gaylord
The Gaylord Golf Mecca held its 3rd annual media day this week, with writers, reporters and raters coming in from a variety of media outlets and states. Kevin Frisch, of Resort and Golf Marketing Services, was the point man on this project while working closely with Paul Beachnau, Gaylord CVB's Executive Director. This year's trip featured Rick Smith's Threetops and Signature courses, the Otsego Club's Tribute, Vanderbilt area's Black Bear and the newly renovated Michaywe Pines course.
Web: http://gaylordmichigan.com
Video: http://michigantravel.tv/2006gaylord/

Treetops
While a 21 golf course inventory has been the source of their prominence, it is the Par 3 Threetops that has garnered the nation's attention, with the ING Par 3 Shootout. The area was also featured in the original Big Break show on the Golf Channel http://michigangolfer.tv/2004shows/show5/index.html . Finally, the first course, Robert Trent Jones Treetops was the course that jump-started the Gaylord Golf Mecca http://michigangolfer.tv/2001shows/show21/index.html . Rounding out the Treetops inventory is the Smith Signature, Tradition and the Tom Fazio Signature.

The affable Scott Head is the Director of Golf at Treetop. Plucked off a course in Hawaii a number of years ago, by Rick Smith, Head chose Gaylord for the quality of life he wanted for his family. The demands of running a world class resort, the Rick Smith Golf Academy a bevy of golf tournaments Beer Club Open, Memorial Day Weekend Celebration, ING Par-3 Shootout, Par-3 Amateur Shootout, Annual Jerry Smith Charity Invitational, Pepsi Fall Charity Invitational http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/treetops/ We're Closed Open and the instructional side with Henry Young and Judy Mason http://michigangolfer.tv/2001shows/show14/index.html .
http://treetops.com

Otsego Club
Keith Gornick, the "Father of the Gaylord Golf Mecca" is bowing out after having shared the ownership of the resort with his father Alan, for over 50 years. The Otsego Club will be auctioned off on October 25th. Gornick, says it is time to retire and spend some quality time with his family. Gornick, one of Michigan's most eligible bachelors up until four years ago, has a 3-year-old daughter whose mother is from Germany. He wants to spend five months of the year in Germany and the remaining time in Gaylord. The Otsego Club boasts "The Classic", designed by William Biddle and "The Tribute" from the fertile minds of Gary Koch and Rick Robbins. When the club changes ownership, one of the places that Gornick might raise a glass of the bubbly is on the 18th tee of the Tribute. The launching point is one of the ski hills at Otsego and gives the golfer a view of an 18th fairway that is unmatched in Michigan.

Mark Hogan has been at the helm for 15 years and has been instrumental on its growth. The Tribute is up 30% in rounds this year. http://michigangolfer.tv/2006shows/golfcoursepreviews/otsego/

Other sites
Web: http://otsegoclub.com

Gary Koch, Rick Robbins, Keith Gornick and Bill Shelton-Preview Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2001shows/show32/index.html
Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2001shows/show33/index.html
Black Bear
Since its very beginning, Black Bear has struggled for its place within the Mecca. Just 40 miles south of the Mackinaw Bridge, Black Bear has been like a lonely stepchild. Of late, it has new ownership, a marketing mantra of "an enjoyable and affordable golfing experience" and the decade long TLC of GM Jack Clark. The course was in fabulous shape and provided a terrific golf experience for the group.
http://golfthebear.com

Garland
Garland has four courses and more than 50 years of service awaiting the golfer. Herman and Hildegard Otto added a golf course to their corporate retreat and Garland golf was born
http://michigangolfer.tv/2001shows/show34/index.html Don White http://michigangolfer.tv/2006shows/golfcoursepreviews/garland/ is the new Director of Golf at Garland. Don also has experience at other Mecca locations, having served at Treetops, Michaywe and Marsh Ridge.
http://garlandusa.com
Marsh Ridge
Marsh Ridge, Mike Husby's first course design, was in great shape for the group. Marsh Ridge is a collaborative effort with owner Scott White, golf professional J.T. Aude and Erica Schneider as the assistant in the pro shop. Larry Bowden, who purchased it a couple of years back, controls the resort rooms. Bowden is in the process of renovating the existing buildings at Marsh Ridge and making them into condos. He has sold three thus far.
http://marshridge.com

The Natural
We golfed "The Natural" last week and found it to be a great challenge. A Jerry Matthews course http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/natural/ , The Natural is helmed by Steve Helmer. Larry Bowden, who also owns the lodging half of Marsh Ridge, owns The Natural.
Web: http:golfthenatural.com
Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/natural/

The Loon
Wes Morgan is the Director of Golf at the Loon. The Loon, a Mike Husby design, gets its share of the Gaylord golf market. It's finishing hole, modeled after The Heather course at Boyne, keeps players coming back. The Loon is the most watched golf course on The Michigan Golfer Television Channel, with over 14,000 downloads this year.
Web: http://theloongolfclub.com
Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/Loon/index.html

Gaylord Country Club
The Gaylord CC is founding member of the Gaylord Golf Mecca. The course staff features Dan Webster a PGA Golf Professional and Paul Holmes, CGCS Superintendent. As one of the oldest clubs in the Mecca, it continues to benchmark the quality of experience you will find throughout the area. Dan Webster, who owns a golf shop in Gaylord, is teaming up with a friend to re-open The Lakes course in 2007.
http://www.gaylordcountryclub.com/

Black Lake Golf Club
The latest addition to the Gaylord Golf Mecca, Black Lake Golf Club is a Rees Jones course that has had its share of rewards since it opened in 2000. The Director of Golf at the course is Pam Phipps and the Superintendent being Doug Kendziorski. The assistant professional in Jerry McConnell.
http://www.blacklakegolf.com/

Lakes of the North-Deer Run
Mike Alpers is the golf professional at Deer Run. Deer Run's back nine was designed by William Newcomb. Lakes of the North, also features a fine dining room, Settings.
http://www.lakesofthenorth.com/golfing.html

Black Forest and Wilderness Valley
This Tom Doak course is visually stunning and challenging. In addition, the 16, 17 and 18 holes will test your stamina, as they are all demanding. Wilderness Valley has its share of Michigan history as Al Watrous had a hand in building it. Watrous, former pro at Oakland Hills, and the winner of the Michigan PGA Championship nine times, also had an eye for good golf course design as well.

Owner, Mike Bieber has pumped in two million plus into upgrading the facility. Doug Bell, represents owner, Bieber and the six courses under the Osprey flag.
http://michigangolfer.tv/2006shows/golfcoursepreviews/manistee/
http://blackforestgolf.com

Elks Ridge GC
This is one of Jerry Matthews best works and has the awards to show for it. Scott Landane http://michigangolfer.tv/2006shows/golfcoursepreviews/elkridge/ and Jon Maddern, former President of the American Association of Golf Course Superintendents http://michigangolfer.tv/2004shows/show19/index.html make sure that this gem gets its share of polish. http://elkridgegolf.com

Forest Dunes
Tom Weiskopf left Michigan with two outstanding courses, Cedar River, part of the Shanty Creek properties and Forest Dunes. The course has picked up its share of hardware, with Golf Digest 2003s Best New Upscale Course in America, Golf World 2004 Top Ten You Can Play and Golf Week 2004 Top One Hundred - 94th
Video: http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/previews/
Web: http://forestdunesgolf.com

Fox Run CC
You will find the first offering of the Gaylord Golf Mecca in Grayling. Bob and Geri Koutnik are the owners and Mike Brown is the Superintend of this fine course. They are also members of a Grayling group of golf courses. http://michigantravel.tv/2005grayling/
Web: http://www.foxruncc.com/
Video: http://michigantravel.tv/2005grayling/foxrun/

Thunder Bay Golf Resort
Jack Matthias is one of Michigan's biggest cheerleaders for tourism. Named Michigan's Ambassador of Tourism a number of year's ago, he still rates a visit by the Governor of Michigan. Jennifer Granholm stopped by to see the golf and also the elk herd that is part of the Thunder Bay experience.
Web: http://thunderbaygolf.com
Video: http://michigantravel.tv/2004thunderbay/

Michaywe Pines
Michaywe Pines, one of the original members of the group. The original architect, Don Childs, has recently renovated Michaywe Pines, a 31-year-old course. It is a visually stunning course that has also has some bite. The course has hosted two Michigan Amateur Championships as well as other high profile tournaments. Judy Mason is the Director of Golf. You can count on an excellent pro shop at Michaywe that is filled with tasteful golf wear. Judy also is one of the premier golf instructors in the Gaylord area, where she supplies lessons at Michaywe and Treetops. http://michaywe.org/golf/the-pines-course-5/

Gaylord Golf Mecca
There are many names that pop up when discussing the Gaylord Golf Mecca; Keith Gornick, Dave Smith, Harry Melling, Paul Beachnau, Larry Bowden, Tom and Daune Weiss for openers. However, one person that was certainly in the mix is the late Dick Weber. Keith Gornick hired the young Cornell graduate because of his love of skiing and golf.

Some of the media for the event
Tonia Branch-GAM
Phyllis Barone-Golfer's Guide
Greg Johnson-Grand Rapids Press
Don Vanderveen-Grand Rapids Press
Brian McWilliams -Pennsylvania Media
Brendan Savage - Flint Journal
Rich Adams - Cheboygan Daily Tribune
Carol Bulone - South Carolina writer
Angelo Bulone - South Carolina course reviewer
Alice Shapin - Maryland writer
Sam Fullerton-Michigan Golfer Reporter
Jennie McCafferty-Michigan Golfer Online Magazine
Art Mc Cafferty-Michigan Golfer Television
Jason Deegan-Michigan Golf
Jon Olsa - Michigan Golf
Lee Morse - Flint Journal
Dan Nilsen - Flint Journal

Dick Weber Memorial Golf Tournament
http://michigangolfer.tv/2004shows/show13/index.html

***
MICHIGAN GOLFER TELEVISION CHANNEL

RYDER CUP COUNTDOWN-The 70's -with Bill Shelton and Michael McCafferty as "The Haig"
The 70's were once again a downright nightmare for the Brits as they continued their losing ways, with five losses. Jay Herbert, Jack Burke, Arnold Palmer, Dow Finsterwald and Billy Casper all took turns at the helm as Ryder Cup captains, winners all. For the first time, the event was held in Scotland, Peter Butler became the first participant to make a hole in one, Nicklaus was so struck by Muirfield that he named his course after it, format change brought the total number of points to be decided to 28, with eight foursomes, eight fourballs, and 12 singles, team captains would use the "envelope, a process where a player's name was sealed in an envelope in the event either team was reduced to 11 players due to injury or health reasons. Finally, the 70's brought all of Europe into play, with Jack Nicklaus being a very strong proponent of this change.

Join hosts Bill Shelton and "The Haig", for Ryder Cup: The 70's http://michigangolfer.tv/2004shows/ryder/

RYDER CUP SITE HISTORY AND SCORES
Year Site Final Scores

2004 Oakland Hills CC, Birmingham, MI Europe 18 1/2 U.S. 9 1/2
2001 The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield, Eng Europe 15 1/2 U.S. 12 1/2
1999 The Country Club, Brookline, MA U.S. 14 1/2 Europe 13 1/2
1997 Valderrama GC, Sotogrande Spain Europe 14 1/2 U.S. 13 1/2
1995 Oak Hill CC, Rochester, NY Europe 14 1/2 U.S. 13 1/2
1993 The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield, Eng U.S. 15 Europe 13
1991 The Ocean Course,Kiawah Islnd, S.C. U.S. 14 1/2 Europe 13 1/2
1989 The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield, Eng Europe 14 U.S. 14
1987 Muirfield Village GC, Dublin, Ohio Europe 15 U.S. 13
1985 The Belfry, Sutton Coldfield, Eng Europe 16 1/2 U.S. 11 1/2
1983 PGA Ntnl GC, Plm Beach Gdns, Fla. U.S. 14 1/2 Europe 13 1/2
1981 Walton Health GC, Surrey, England U.S. 18 1/2 Europe 9 1/2
1979 The Greenbrier,W. Va. U.S. 17 Europe 11
1977 Royal Lytham & St. Annes, England U.S. 12 1/2 GB & I 7 1/2
1975 Laurel Valley GC, Ligonier, Pa. U.S. 21 GB & I 11
1973 Muirfield, Scotland U.S. 19 GB & I 13
1971 Old Warson CC, St. Louis, Mo. U.S. 18 1/2 Britain 13 1/2
1969 Royal Birkdale GC, Southport, Eng U.S. 16 Britain 16
1967 Champions GC, Houston, Texas U.S. 23 1/2 Britain 8 1/2
1965 Royal Birkdale GC, Southport, Eng U.S. 19 1/2 Britain 12 1/2
1963 East Lake CC, Atlanta, Ga. U.S. 23 Britain 9
1961 Royal Lytham & St. Annes, England U.S. 14 1/2 Britain 9 1/2
1959 Eldorado CC, Palm Desert, Calif. U.S. 8 1/2 Britain 3 1/2
1957 Lindrick GC, Yorkshire, England Britain 7 1/2 U.S. 4 1/2
1955 Thunderbird CC, Plm Springs, Calif. U.S. 8 Britain 4
1953 Wentworth GC, Wentworth, England U.S. 6 1/2 Britain 5 1/2
1951 Pinehurst CC, Pinehurst, N.C. U.S. 9 1/2 Britain 2 1/2
1949 Ganton GC, Scarborough, England U.S. 7 Britain 5
1947 Portland GC, Portland, Ore. U.S. 11 Britain 1
1939 /45 No Matches played due to World War II
1937 Southport & Ainsdale GC, England U.S. 8 Britain 4
1935 Ridgewood CC, Ridgewood, N.J. U.S. 9 Britain 3
1933 Southport & Ainsdale GC, England Britain 6 1/2 U.S. 5 1/2
1931 Scioto CC, Columbus, Ohio U.S. 9 Britain 3
1929 Moortown GC, Leeds, England Britain 7 U.S. 5
1927 Worcester CC, Worcester, Mass. U.S. 9 1/2 Britain 2 1/2

Taken and edited from the IBM Official Site of 34th the Ryder Cup
http://2002.rydercup.com/europe/history/index.html

An Encore Series Sponsored by Sullivan Golf and Travel
http://www.sullivangolf.ie

***
"WHACK A MUM" WEEKEND AT THE MAJESTIC GOLF COURSE
Join us this weekend, September 2-4, at The Majestic Golf Course to whack a 3 plus inch Football Mum at the first tee. In honor of the infamous scene in Caddy Shack when Carl Spackler the young Cinderella story himself strikes mums near the clubhouse at Bushwood, we are offering you the opportunity to do the same. Imported from the worlds largest mum farm in Ecuador, Football Mums will offer a 25 stem and a moment you will remember forever. Be a big hitter and receive total consciousness while enjoying a day on the links at The Majestic in Hartland.

All guests will receive a free Baby Ruth bar.

Call us now for reservation, 810-632-5235.

Gunga Galunga
http://www.majesticgolf.com

***
JOAN GARETY INDUCTED INTO GRAND RAPIDS HALL OF FAME
Former Michigan State University golfer Joan Garety of Rockford is among a group of six sports figures that was inducted into the Grand Rapids Sports Hall of Fame on August 24. The occasion marks the second such induction ceremony for Garety, who was inducted into the Michigan Golf Hall of Fame in 2005 http://michigangolfer.tv/2005shows/ghf/joan/ .

Garety has competed in amateur events in Michigan and throughout the country since her graduation from Michigan State. She is a longtime member and 13-time club champion at Egypt Valley Country Club in suburban Ada. Joan has always been a great credit to womens golf in Michigan and throughout the country, said Steve Pastoor, general manager at Egypt Valley. She's been the benchmark for womens golf here for 25 years and an inspiration to so many young players who have gone on to success in golf.

Taken and edited from a news release from All About Golf Tom Cleary,
tjcleary@aol.com

***
PGA CHAMPIONSHIP WON BY SCOTT HEBERT

Scott Hebert, one of Michigans winningest professional golfers, shot 4-under-par 68 in the final round and then won the $70,000 Michigan PGA Professional Championship on the third extra hole at Eagle Eye Golf Club in East Lansing Wednesday. Hebert, 36, is the head golf professional at Grand Traverse Resort in Traverse City. Hebert is the reigning Michigan Open Champion a title he's won six times - but the win at Eagle Eye was his first appearance in the Michgan PGA Championship. This is much to my surprise, said Hebert, who began the final round seven strokes behind second round leader George Bowman. I started off the day just trying to get into the top-15. Then things started going real well and I noticed I was only a couple off of the lead, so I changed gears.

I've only been a member of the Michigan PGA for eight months now, so this was a nice start.

Along with the first-place prize money, Hebert wins a spot in next June's Buick Open, the PGA Tour event held in Grand Blanc. A field of 199 Michigan PGA professionals competed in the Michigan PGA Professional Championship.

# # #
Scott Hebert $7000.00
George Bowman $4500.00
Ian Ziska $2950.00
Kenneth Allard $1775.00
Charles Pasco $1775.00
Mark Black $1775.00
David Osmer $1775.00

***
BOOK REVIEW-THOMAS "TOM" BENDELOW: THE JOHNNY APPLESEED OF AMERICAN GOLF"
by Stuart W. Bendelow
Stuart Bendelow, grandson of Tom Bendelow, never had the opportunity to meet his grandfather, as he passed away before he was born. However, he probably knows more about him than any living person now, with the research he has put into his book. The book is a must read for golf historians and many golf course owners in Michigan. Tom Bendelow had a profound impact on the game of golf, leaving his mark on hundreds of courses in Canada and the United States, with many of them here in Michigan.

My curiosity was piqued when I did a Michigan Golf History series a number of years ago http://www.michigangolfer.com/history.html and the name of Tom Bendelow kept popping up as the designer of Michigan golf courses. I tried to find some information on him, but there did not seem to be much that had been written. Stuart Bendelow contacted me about what I had done and we began to correspond. As a result I penned an article on his grandfather http://michigangolfer.com/may04/index.html We finally met at Timber Ridge GC to talk some more about his grandfather and had our reporter Bart Lower do an interview with him.

http://michigangolfer.tv/2004shows/show26/index.html

The book is just out and you can contact the publisher, Williams & Company Publishers, 1317 Pine Ridge Dr. Savannah, Georgia at bookpub@comcast.net or call 1-800-208-1969.

Michael Hurdzan and Geoffrey S. Cornish supply the foreword for Bendelow's book and Ron Whitten, Len Ziehm of the Chicago Sun Times, Tim Cronin of the Daily Southtown newspaper in Chicago and your truly from the Michigan Golfer. This book helps complete Michigan's long and storied history of golf, which began in Harbor Spring a century ago.

***
SUMMER EDITION: MICHIGAN GOLFER MAGAZINE - NOW ONLINE
http://webgolfer.com/summer06/index.html

Chuck Kocsis-The Best There Ever Was-by Jack Berry
Jack Berry reflects on the past achievements of Michigan's greatest golfer. You can also see the video we prepared on Kocsis at http://michigangolfer.tv/2006shows/kocsis/

The 95th Michigan Amateur-by Jack Berry
The Michigan Amateur shares the spotlight with The Heather at Boyne Highlands. Greg Davies, a 38-year- old journeyman amateur, won in his 20th Michigan Amateur. The Heather, the course that launched Northern Michigan golf turns 40 this year. She never looked so good. You can also check out our Michigan Amateur show at http://michigangolfer.tv

Michigan Golfer Internet Television: The First Five Years and 250 Courses-by Art McCafferty
Our first of 250 shows was with Bill Newcomb, designer of Calderone Farms. It was a gamble five years ago to see if golfers would watch TV on their computer, but almost a million viewers later our vision seeems to have paid off.

New Courses:
The Ambassador Club-by Thad Gutowski
Canada's most famous golf architect, Thomas McBroom, adds another to his impressive list of great courses. Other McBroom courses include: Domaine Laforest Segard, Quebec,, Ussher's Creek Niagara Falls, Ontario ,The Algonquin St. Andrews by the Sea, New Brunswick , Timberwolf Sudbury, Ontario and Monterra Collingwood, Ontario to name a few.

Beeches Golf Club-by Kelly Hill The latest from W.Bruce Matthews III and his Matthews Golf Design firm.

W. Bruce Mathews III: Small Budgets, Big Courses-by Bernice Phillips Matthews Golf Design still has work. Although the golf building boom has gone bust, the Matthews Golf Design keeps pumping out courses. The Beeches, puts Matthews over 40 new course designs.

Michigan Golf Hall of Fame: Class of 2005-by Jack Berry Jack Berry, a Hall of Fame member himself, chronicles this classy class.

Slice of Life-The DeVicenzo Code, The Movie - by Terry Moore Terry Moore revisits the mystery of the DeVicenzo and Goalby Masters

Readership of the Michigan Golfer Ezine averaged 9,789 per issue in 2005.

http://www.webgolfer.com/

***
MICHIGAN TOURNAMENTS
http://michigangolfer. com/tournaments.html

***
2006 MICHIGAN GOLF CALENDAR
http://michigangolfer.com/calendar.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/
Michigan Interscholastic Golf Coaches Association
http://migca.com
Michigan Publinx Seniors Golf Association
http://mpsga.net
National Golf Course Owners Association
http://ngcoa.org
National Golf Foundation
http://ngf.org
National High School Golf Coaches Association
http://www.nhsgca.org

***
MICHIGAN GOLFER ONLINE RESOURCES
Website: http://glsp.com
Ezine http://michigangolfer.com
News: http://www.webgolfer.com/news.html
Video: http://michigangolfer.tv
Podcast: http://glsp.com/podcasts.html

^ Top


HomePage | Calendar of Events | News | Tournaments
Course Reviews | Destinations | Warm Weather & Out of State Golf
About Us | Contact Us | Michigan Golf History | Past Issues
Michigan Golfer TV | Michigan Runner TV | Michigan Skier TV | Michigan Travel TV

Comments to artmccaf@glsp.com
Copyright © Great Lakes Sports Publications, Inc.

blank