Saturday, February 03, 2007

Want to Write About Texas Golf?

I'm looking for a few good men (or women) who are interested in posting here at Texas Golf. What are the requirements? A passion for golf, deep knowledge of the golf scene in your part of the state, the ability to spell and the ability to string sentences together. Do you get paid? Oh, that's funny!

No, you'll just have to be satisfied with sharing your opinions, sharing news, and helping your fellow Texas golfers find good information.

What's expected of you?

  • Post golf course news and golf course updates. Golf course news means openings and closings, renovations, and so on. Golf course updates means course condition reports, golf course reviews, and could include information about things such as new head pros at important courses.
  • Post tournament info. This usually means providing a couple paragraphs recap of a big local or regional tournament played in your part of the state. It could also mean posting a report on the professional tournament that you attended as a fan; or publicizing, in advance, an upcoming tournament if it's a big enough event.
  • Point readers to interesting articles about Texas golf, when you see them in your local paper, other periodicals, or elsewhere on the Web. (This means posting a short synopsis and linking to the article, or posting a roundup of such articles.)
  • Share anything else you feel is of value to readers, so long as it is related to Texas golf. (Which could include your opinions on any matter of subjects, such as equipment released by Texas companies or the play of tour pros from Texas.)

If you're interested, drop me a line at bogeymcduff - at - yahoo(dot)com. If you have any writing samples available on the Web, include links. Otherwise, just let me know why you're interested, where you're from and some of the things you might write about.

2 comments:

  1. Anonymous9:37 PM

    Bogey: I'll do what I can, and hope you can pass on Austin and San Antonio news to me for BunkerShot. I see that you had to give it up again. I know you're working alot of things, so hopefully we're able to help each other out.

    Thanks,
    TV

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  2. Drop me a line - bogeymcduff - at - yahoo dot come. I'm actually interested in having a few folks posting directly onto the blog, rather than just emailing tips (although tips are always appreciated, too).

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