Three new writers added to NewEngland.golf team
BOSTON, Mass – New England dot Golf (www.newengland.golf), a six-year-old digital marketing platform that has distinguished itself as the No. 1 source for golf news in the New England market for four consecutive years, is pleased to announce that three journalists have joined its team of golf writers.
Tony Fireman, Jim Hammond and Bill Sangster will contribute content on a regular basis in categories ranging from travel, equipment, golf course and golf resort reviews.
Tony Fireman, who lives just outside Boston, has been a freelance journalist for 12 years with an emphasis on sports, and preference for golf. Tony can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jim Hammond, another well-known Bay State golf industry executive, brings over 20 years of experience to the computer/keyboard. Jim can be reached at email@example.com.
Bill Sangster is an avid golfer and retired school teacher who moved to The Villages in 2018. Bill has been providing reports titled: “The Villages: Bill’s Golf Diary” - a first-hand account of what’s happening on-and-off the course from The Villages a/k/a Florida’s Friendliest Town. Bill can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“I look forward to providing interesting, amusing and educational features for New England’s No. 1 golf platform,” said Fireman, whose family has extensive ties in the golf industry. “And I really look forward to getting on the road more this year.”
Fireman, Hammond and Sangster bring the total Team of golf writers to 20 joining veteran journalists Bruce Berlet, Steve Pike, Leigh MacKay, Ed Travis, Tom Bedell, Dave Daubert, Alan Darty, Len Ziehm, Bill Doyle, Dave Daubert, David Theoret, Pam Borges, Lynn Cotter, Rob Duca and more.
NewEngland.Golf (www.newengland.golf) is a digital marketing platform which highlights the best of golf in the New England six-state region and beyond. NEG is a golf media brand delivered through a multitude of web, email and social media channels. The company’s portfolio includes Pro Golf Weekly (www.progolfweekly.com), eSouthernGolf (www.esoutherngolf.com) and Golf Life Real Estate (www.golfliferealestate.com).
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