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Spring 2018

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FROM THE EDITOR THE MASTERS CHAMP WILL BE ... Last issue, I told you all about our push into social media. Since then, my team and I have continued to grow the magazine’s presence on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter and have been brainstorming ways to improve our efforts and increase our followers. Even though I’m no techie, I’m embracing social media and have even started posting Instagram stories. OK, I’ve posted only two, but I promise more will be coming. I see social media as a key way for the magazine staff to deliver relevant information to all of our readers between our quarterly issues, and to carry on a two-way conversation with you via cyberspace. Here’s how I’d like to get that conversation going, and maybe even get it heated up. In our Winter issue, some of the country’s top golf journalists made a slew of predictions about the 2018 golf year. Three chimed in on who they thought would win the Masters in April, and why. Not surprisingly, these golf fanatics didn’t agree with one another, picking three different pros to slide on that green jacket: Dustin Johnson, Jon Rahm, and Jordan Spieth. Surely, you have your own pick, and we want you to share it with us. Tag us @privateclubsmag and tell us why your guy will be the one seeing green (last year’s champ, Sergio Garcia, walked away with $1.98 million) and wearing green after the final round at Augusta. My pick? Jordan Spieth. He won it before, and I say he’ll do it again this year! — DON NICHOLS don.nichols@clubcorp.com DRUM ROLL Private Clubs recently nabbed the Bronze Medal for Best Travel Magazine in the North American Travel Journalists Association Travel Media Awards. “Philly’s Rising Again,” a feature in our Spring 2017 issue, won the Gold Medal for Best Destination Travel story. CONTRIBUTORS Writer: Andrew Sessa Home base: Boston Assignment: “Family Affairs” (page 46), about multigenerational travel Quote: “A top trend for more than a decade, multigenerational travel’s not slowing down. I was impressed by the level of new offerings, especially since I’m an expecting father myself.” Has written for: Food & Wine and the New York Post Writer: Adam H. Graham Home base: Zürich, Switzerland Assignment: “Glasgow, Reinvented” (page 56) Quote: “For me, it’s always reassuring to see an old city like Glasgow totally reinvent itself with edgy new developments but still stay true to its unique and gritty past.” Has written for: BBC, Condé Nast Traveler, and New York Times   Writer: Lesley Jacobs Solmonson Home base: Valencia, Calif. Assignment: “The Surprising New Look of Gin” (page 42) Quote: “Call me a gin evangelist, but I love introducing naysayers to the modern iterations of the juniper spirit.” Has written for: Los Angeles Times and Wine Enthusiast, and is author of Gin: A Global History Writer: Scott Kramer Home base: Carlsbad, Calif. Assignment: “Future World” (page 33), about new golf equipment Quote: “The newest equipment is as advanced as ever, with respect to technology and innovation, helping golfers of any ability hit better shots and enjoy the game even more.” Has written for: Golf Magazine and Sporting News

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