As China readied to host a $7 million WGC event, local golf pros who pioneered the sport face a new reality: The party may be winding down for them.
Stories from the tournament which ended in a showdown between Mickelson and Woods.
This magazine piece on golf and the environment doesn’t discuss China, but you still may want to check it out.
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.
My story from the September 2009 issue of Silkroad, the in-flight magazine of Hong Kong-based airline Dragonair.
My story about China’s next generation of golfing talent, from the Spring 2009 issue of Omega Lifetime magazine (Chinese edition).
I’m quoted in Sam Pearson’s China Sports Today post entitled “Gold medals and golf: What Olympic inclusion means for the game in China.” Check it out.
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.