John Gordon - Contributor

John Gordon has been involved fulltime with golf since he became managing editor of Score, Canada's Golf Magazine, in 1985. In 1991, he was recruited by the Royal Canadian Golf Association to create their Member Services and Communications departments, and to revive Golf Canada magazine, their national membersmagazine which had been defunct for a decade. After successfully relaunching Golf Canada and serving as its inaugural editor, he was named executive director of the Ontario Golf Association. He returned to fulltime writing in 1995.

In 1998, John became the golf columnist for the National Post, one of Canadas two national daily newspapers, after writing golf for the Toronto Sun. He now is the golf analyst for Rogers Sportsnet, a national all-sports TV network, and in the past has provided expert commentary for golf shows seen on The Golf Channel, TSN, Global TV, and Headline Sports/The Score. Formerly the architecture columnist for www.golf.com, he now writes a column for www.sportsnet.ca.

He is the author of seven books: The Great Golf Courses of Canada (Volumes 1, 2 and 3), The Grand Old Game: A Century of Golf in Canada (commissioned by the Royal Canadian Golf Association to celebrate its centennial), The Great Golf Courses of America, The Pro Golf Scouting Report, and The KidsBook of Golf.

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Dates: January 1, 2014 - May 11, 2014
The lodge is a 16-room facility just steps away from the clubhouse. It features 12 rooms on the first floor and a pair of two-bedroom suites upstairs. Six of the standard rooms and both suites overlook the first tee and feature a patio. In addition, we have six beautiful homes on property that are completely furnished. Four of these cottages are located on or near Lake AuSable while the other two line the fairway of hole No. 7.
Price range: $129