Thursday, September 20, 2012

Golf Media Network, The A Position Cover The Ryder Cup at Medinah from Both Sides of the Pond

(Portland, Ore.) – Golf fans on opposite shores of the Atlantic will at least agree on one thing regarding next week’s Ryder Cup: that Golf Media Network’s Ryder Cup Emagazine offers an original and eclectic preview unlike any other coverage of the event.  Content from the Ryder Cup edition will also be available at

The Emagazine and website contain lively photos, original artwork, and video to deliver visual punch, plus a portfolio of unexpected stories by golf’s top journalists.  Highlights include a detective tale by David Feherty and Jim Frank about when the first Ryder Cup was actually held; Terry Moore’s Q&A with Dave Stockton, victorious captain of the 1991 event at Kiawah; agronomist extraordinaire Tim Moraghan’s Under Ground (literally!) Guide to the 2012 event; a video essay by Peter Kessler; British journalist James Mason’s handicapping guide to the competition; and much more.

The Ryder Cup edition will be emailed to more than 300,000 members of 20 golf associations, making it among the largest circulation golf publications worldwide.  Golf Media Network is proud to welcome the Iowa Golf Association and Kansas Golf Association, as well as the Executive Women’s Golf Association to its growing distribution list.

Readers of the Ryder Cup edition and visitors to will also have their own chances of racking up a win next week:  new GMN partner Preferred Golf is giving away free memberships in its Preferred Golf Program (valued at $295 apiece) to any readers who register. Created in conjunction with American Express, the program provides priority access, complimentary golf, and exclusive benefits at the finest golf resorts worldwide.  Register for free membership by visiting or clicking here.

Golf Media Network is also celebrating its new partnership with the Las Vegas World Amateur Championship by providing readers with the very first chance to register for the inaugural event in February and even win a free entry, valued at $750.  Click here to win a free entry and to register for the event.

Finally, GMN will award a lucky reader with a print of artist Graeme Baxter’s original painting of Medinah Country Club, signed by the artist and by both Ryder Cup captains.  To register click on Baxter’s painting of Medinah at


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