2006 October-November Met Golfer

Met Golfer
October/November 2006

BLUEPRINTS FOR A GOLF KINGDOM
By David Gould

Donald Trump hasn't stopped building luxury high-rises, but his growing golf empire is every bit as important to his business and his life.

COURSES WITH CHARACTER
By Chuck Stogel

A handful of truly quirky, unusual courses exist under the radar screen in the Met Area.

REGARDING HENRY
By John Steinbreder

Met Area native J.J. Henry's steady rise on the PGA Tour was capped by a dream season in 2006.  

UP CLOSE: GAIL FLANAGAN
By Greg Midland

Champion golfer Gail Flanagan traded in a Wall Street career for another type of riches, and it is paying dividends.

MET METHODS: SHARPEN YOUR FOCUS
By Charlie Bolling

Worn out at the end of the golf season? Here's how to recommit to your game this fall. 

CLUB FOCUS: RED HOOK GC
By Bob Seligman

Red Hook is enjoying success thanks to a cooperative grass-roots effort by its members.

THE LAST WORD: PLAYING LESSON
By Jimmy Roberts

October/November 2006