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Susan is a resident and is an avid golfer playing the EWGA and visits golf destinations around the Northeast and the East Coast.
Award winning author Mary Silva has been an avid golfer for over thirty years, competing on a collegiate level as well as holding several club championship titles in the Blackstone Valley of Massachusetts. Spending the bulk of her time between New England and Florida, she’ll share insights and recommendations on many diamonds-in-the-rough along the eastern seaboard.
John Molori is an author and columnist for numerous publications. Like him on Facebook at John Molori, Twitter @MoloriMedia. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Steve Habel regularly contributes to various regional, national and international golf publications and has played and written about more than 1,900 golf courses around the world. A 29-year industry veteran, Habel is also senior editor for Horns Illustrated magazine (a publication focusing on University of Texas sports), and a PGA Tour correspondent and the San Antonio Spurs beat writer for The Sports Xchange. He frequently files stories and features for The Rivard Report and Preferred Lifestyle magazine. Current clients include Golf Oklahoma magazine, Austin Women's magazine, Tri-State Golfer, Texas Golf Insider, NWO Golf Links, GolfTrips.com and iwandergolf.com. Habel, who lives in the Austin, Texas area, was one of Cybergolf.com’s international golf and travel correspondents. He has worked as media coordinator for World Golf Hall of Fame player and golf architect Tom Kite as well as for renowned golf architects Roy Bechtol and Jeffrey D. Brauer. He is a member of the Golf Writers Association of America, the Texas Golf Writers Association, the Football Writers Association of America and the Turf Writers Association of America.
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