2008 April-May Met Golfer

Met Golfer
April/May 2008

CLUBS AT THE CROSSROADS
By John Steinbreder

Private clubs in the Met Area and around the country face numerous challenges. Learn what they must do to survive, and thrive, in the years ahead.

UP CLOSE: IN THE SPOTLIGHT
By Mark Mulvoy

Maury Povich is one of the hardest-working men in show business, and his dedication to golf is just as strong.

THE MASTER BUILDER
By Tom Clavin

C.B. Macdonald’s legacy of creating memorable and enduring courses lives on in the Met Area.

CLUB FOCUS: A WEE GEM
By Reed Richardson

Wee Burn Country Club gets ready to host the best senior amateurs in the Met Area on its newly renovated and beloved layout.

MET METHODS: START AT THE FINISH
By Dan Colvin

Rev up your game this spring by working on your finish position before anything else.

RESORT PROFILE: URBAN COWBOY
By Brian McCallen

Fresh from a Texas-style facelift, the Four Seasons Las Colinas is the premier resort destination in Big D.

TRAVEL: ISLE OF PLENTY
By Kevin Rousseau

Superb golf has elevated Canada’s Prince Edward Island to the top tier of travel destinations.

NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK
By Billy Condon

The MGA welcomes two new courses to its schedule while returning favorites play host for this season’s championships.
2008 Championship Schedule

THE LAST WORD: AUSSIE RULES
By Jimmy Roberts

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