My Magazine Article Debut in the Summer 2013 Edition of Midwest Golfing Magazine

It’s been a long and interesting road with my golf writing, and wow have I been blessed to get all of the opportunities that I have!

I am sure that a lot of you already receive Midwest Golfing Magazine four times a year, and probably read all the great articles, and of course Turk’s Takes and interviews with the most important people in the golf world, but you now have an added reason to check it out for this summer’s issue: My first printed article!

My article, entitled “The Modernization of a Legend: Lawsonia’s Perfect Balance of Beauty and Grandeur Keeps Up with Today’s Modern Golf World,” is a quick study on the Golf Courses of Lawsonia, and their now 83-year-long quest to be Wisconsin’s ultimate golf destination.

If you are not yet a subscriber to Midwest Golfing Magazine, you can read their current issue on the MGM website, located here:

The Summer issue will be at over 1,500 Midwest golf courses by July 15, as well as to their thousands of subscribers who have purchased the 10-round promotion for free golf (including Lawsonia, Fire Ridge, Big Fish, Christmas Mountain, The Bull, Trapper’s Turn, Castle at the Bay, House on the Rock, Morningstar, and Lake Lawn).

So I have actually been working on quite a bit, but have had a hard time actually getting anything posted on here. More to come!

Thanks, and best regards,

Paul

3 comments on “My Magazine Article Debut in the Summer 2013 Edition of Midwest Golfing Magazine

  1. Play it least once a summer along with the Woodlands. Like them both. One is like eating Italian and the other Chinese…two uniquely different courses.

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