Monthly Archives: April 2016

Apr 11

Reflections from the 2016 Masters

By Mike Johnny | Opinion

Reflections from the 2016 Masters I’m tired today and I only watched the Masters.  Even as a home viewer (apologies if there is an official term ANGC uses for people like me) I found the back nine completely compelling.  It made up for what was, in my opinion a lackluster opening 54 holes.  But it […]

Apr 07

Green Gables – PEI’s Iconic Thompson Design

By Mike Johnny | Course Reviews

Course Reviews – Green Gables – An Iconic Thompson Design   Located in Prince Edward Island National Park of Canada in Cavendish, PEI, Green Gables Golf Club is the second Stanley Thompson designed course our foursome has played located within a National park, the first being Highlands Links in Nova Scotia.  The experience led […]

Apr 02

A Public Players Quest for Value

By Mike Johnny | Opinion

A Public Players Quest for Value Golf value, like beauty and putting styles, is in the eye of the beholder.  My very first twitter poll some time back asked people if they would rather play one top 10 course or multiple rounds at very good courses.  The responses were mixed and that is not a […]