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.
Every day, almost without fail, an announcement of a new golf course lands on my desk. Almost without fail, these are upscale public courses, with fees somewhere in excess of $125. Some charge double that. Seldom do I hear of one costing less.
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