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RBC's Golf Strategy

For those interested in RBC’s marketing strategy for golf (especially in light of the story about the potential of the bank sponsoring the Heritage), here’s a reprint of the piece I wrote for the National Post’s golf...

National Post Golf Guide in Today's...

I might not be writing regularly for the National Post any longer, but I did act as the editor of the paper’s golf magazine, which is a supplement in today’s Financial Post Business Magazine (in today’s paper). In case you...

Travel & Leisure Golf Closes

I was sad to see the news yesterday that Travel and Leisure Golf, where I’ve been a contributing editor for Canada since 2005, has closed its doors as of yesterday, with its current issue being its last. T&L Golf was always a great...

National Post Column: Anthony Kim Steps Up

My latest National Post column was inspired by a clinic held yesterday in Los Angeles with Tiger Woods and Anthony Kim. Since Woods is injured, he couldn’t put on the clinic, which is where Kim stepped up. Both are Nike players and the...

NatPost Column: Mills is Running Out of Time

Since there was a lot of discussion about Jon Mills’ comments earlier this year that the leap to the PGA Tour might not be as great as it seems, I figured some would be intrigued at his take with four events left. His year has been MUCH...

NatPost Column: Canadians on the Brink

Today’s National Post has a column focusing on Bryan DeCorso and David Hearn, both on the bubble on the Nationwide Tour. You can find it here. Here’s a taste: For most of the year, Nationwide Tour player Bryan DeCorso has looked...

New NatPost Column: FedEx Ends With a...

My latest National Post column is in today’s paper. IIt asks the question, how can an event where the players make no money be so much more intriguing than one where they can win $10M? Here’s a taste: The year in professional golf...

Column: Stanley Thompson's Vibrant...

This one got lost in the Ryder Cup hysteria, and I forgot to post it. Interesting to write a column generated by some of the comments on this blog. Here goes: On Golf in INGONISH, NS – Highlands Links will never hold a Canadian Open...

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