Golf Road Warriors Celebrate Gaylord As America's Summer Golf Mecca

Golfers should look to the north for America's Summer Golf Mecca -- a name used to describe the 17 courses spread across four resorts and 21 hotel properties in and around Gaylord, Michigan (www.Gaylordgolfmecca.com).

This week The A Position, a golf and travel network, will send four journalists and a videographer to tee it up on a collection of Gaylord's best golf venues, including the Rick Smith, Tom Fazio, and famous Threetops Par 3 Courses at Treetops Resort; Rees Jones's Black Lake Golf Club; The Tribute Course at the Otsego Club; and Tom Doak's Black Forest.

Stories, video, and other content about the trip will be posted in real time.

The golf courses-built in sandy soil-route across hilly terrain covered by forests of aspen, pine, birch, cedar, oak, fir, and maple; encompass rivers, lakes, and wetlands; and are home to bear, elk, deer, and wild turkeys. And the Golf Road Warriors expect to meet all of these species based on their track record of errant shots.

Celebrating Gaylord's silver anniversary as a summer golf destination are renowned golf broadcaster and golf historian Peter Kessler; golf travel maven Brian McCallen; A Position Executive Editor Jeff Wallach; beer, golf and travel guru Tom Bedell; and Scottish videographer and writer David Whyte.

To follow the Golf Road Warrior's exploits and for a chance to win a golf trip for your own foursome visit www.golfroadwarriors.com.

 

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