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.”
From omegachinatour.com: Zhou Xunshu, the former golf course security guard, is a surprise name at No. 4 with RMB28,500. The 35-year-old finished joint-sixth in Guangzhou and tied-eighth in Xiamen, having previously only finished in the top-10 twice in the past three seasons.
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 […]
… a fantastic story of what it means to play our great sport of golf to some around the world that don’t have the same benefit people in our country have … Zhou Xunshu is an inspiration … and it should make for motivation to many around the world. Link
That’s the headline of my story for ESPN.com about Omega China Tour golfer Zhou Xunshu, who I have had the pleasure of spending a considerable amount of time with over the past seven months or so. Here’s the first few paragraphs: In 1984, when China ushered in its first modern-day golf course, Zhou Xunshu was […]