Outside magazine recognizes TravelGolf.com, thanks to idiot readers like YOU
Outside Traveler - the travel arm of the hugely popular and award winning Outside magazine - lauds TravelGolf.com in its winter issue. The folks at Outside Traveler write that “For course and destination info, www.TravelGolf.com is hard to beat.”
This is the kind of thing that makes everyone here as nervous as Mel Gibson running into a bus of rabbis during Chanukah. TravelGolf.com brings a maverick touch to covering travel after all, a commitment to actually telling the truth about destinations and courses.
That can send head pros and PR reps running. And often does.
Only, it’s hard to consider yourself too maverick if Outside, the guys who usually write about whitewater rafting, mountain biking and rock climbing have noticed.
That’s where YOU come in. That’s right, YOU.
Don’t worry, this isn’t going to morph into one of those hanky man worthy poetic waxes every publication and bozo blogger out of ideas did in the wake of Time magazine picking YOU as Person Of The Year. I’m not going to tell you, how we love YOU and would invite every one of YOU over for dinner if we could.
Frankly, a lot of times we think YOU are idiots. Or a little scary. Or both. Especially when you come up with a nonsensical argument on Michelle Wie being a champion.
Basically, YOU have as much power as YOU want here. If YOU have an opinion on golf, there’s no easier place to get it heard.
Even the crew from Outside might notice it.
Now, get writing. I’m waiting to make fun of YOU.
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I've heard of TIME magazine though, if that helps. You know, the magazine that named Michelle Wie one of the 100 Most Influential People in the World.
Did you call your mom with the big news... or did she call you?
Three years ago, in Wie's initial venture into a PGA tournament, there wasn't much Appleby could have said. In 2004, as a 14-year-old high school freshman, Wie shot the same even-par, two-day, 140 at Waialae Country Club that Appleby did, both of them missing the cut by one stroke. It was the same score as Chad Campbell, Jim Furyk and Jeff Maggert. Quote from
Ferd Kewusm Honolulu Advertiser
Lewis of the Advertiser.
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