I was quoted heavily in “Can China Make Room for Golf,” Sam Gaskin’s cover story in the November 2009 issue of Shanghai TALK. To see how the story looked in the print version of the magazine, go here.
I talk about the book project and more with Lonnie Hodge and Des Walsh, hosts of Blog Talk Radio‘s “China Conversation.” Listen to the show here or in the embedded player below. You can also download the complete interview here.
From Shanghai-based Daedalum Films, a 17-minute documentary short inspired by the Par for China book project.
The two pieces were influenced by my series of ESPN.com stories on golf in China.
Par for China, Zhou Xunshu and I shared the spotlight on CNN.com in “Green dreams of China’s golfers.”
You have come to the right place for updates on my (hopefully) forthcoming book about golf, China and much, much more. Par for China is still very much a work in progress, and this website will feature news and notes throughout the entire process: research, writing, publication and beyond. Thanks for stopping by. Please consider […]
Popular Chinese website Sina.com.cn mentions my coverage of the China Tour that helped lead to attention from NBC Nightly News: 美国全国广播公司(NBC)关注欧米茄中国巡回赛 欧米茄中国巡回赛举办以来已经吸引了众多国外媒体的关注。2007年，美国自由作家丹(Dan Washburn)跟踪采访了整个赛季的欧米茄中国巡回赛，其关于巡回赛的系列报道引起美国全国广播公司(NBC)的极大兴趣。
From omegachinatour.com: The show, which will air on NBC’s popular Nightly News show in the coming weeks, follows up from a series of stories by Dan Washburn highlighting the growth of the Tour and the fascinating background of many of its players.
From danwashburn.com: So my first-ever TV interview is complete, and, if edited correctly, I may end up not sounding like a complete boob — if not edited correctly, the jury is still out. Interview was with NBC Nightly News about the China Tour and golf in China. They found me through my ESPN.com stories on […]
Par for China‘s primary subject shot a 1-under 71 on Thursday and currently stands four strokes back of Taiwan’s Chan Yihshin and one stroke back of playing partner Hsu Mongnan, also of Taiwan, who is tied for second place. Zhou got a big write-up (his first) on the Omega China Tour website: Zhou Xunshu, who […]