Joshua Dinnerman's GolfView Magazine Establishing USGA Section Including US Open Coverage

GolfView magazine founder and media publisher Joshua Dinnerman dedicating a sizable portion of media coverage to feature the USGA and US OPEN tournaments.

Jan 31 2014, 2:17am CST | by

Portland, OR, January 31, 2014 --(PR.com)-- The focus of the coverage will be to include official USGA photos on leading golf pros and champions. Among photos selected in the editorial feature include Ernie Els, Rory Mcilroy, Justin Rose, Inbee Park, Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson.

The feature is being established in what will be a ongoing section dedicated to the USGA. Additional sections are planned on the PGA of America and it's PGA Championship.

Both majors have been featured in GolfView magazine previously but this section will be grown into more dedicated coverage.

"We are starting these sections as these two organizations, the USGA and PGA of America have always been available to GolfView and we feel that both do a tremendous amount to better the game of golf in so many ways," said Josh Dinnerman."Of course there are four majors and we recognize that and appreciate the great importance of the Open and the Masters and have published about them before but we have done more and been influenced tremdously by the USGA and PGA of America,"sSaid Dinnerman. GolfView has a history of covering the PGA TOUR as well as The LPGA and some other tournaments in Japan and the Champions Tour as well the European Tour.

Contact Information:
GolfView
Stonecutter Palucci
310-775-0017
Contact via Email
www.golfviewmagazine.com

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