2009 season preview on GolfTheMidAtlantic.com

It seems like an eternity since the leaves fell last November – but with the warmer temperatures and blooming flowers of late, spring 2009 has finally arrived in the Mid-Atlantic.

There are other signs as well.  The PGA Tour season’s already in full swing, and Tiger Woods is back hoisting winner’s trophies again – the planets appear to be aligning for another interesting and productive season all around.

Here at GolfTheMidAtlantic.com, we spent the off season dreaming about warm weather, experiencing a little bit of it ourselves (on a western Caribbean cruise), and making up for lost time.  For a multitude of reasons, the 2007 and 2008 seasons didn’t turn out the way we’d planned, but we’re happy to say that in 2009, we expect to provide full coverage of the best in Mid-Atlantic golf once again.

Towards that end, we have all new stories on the home page (completed over the winter), and we expect the site will be regularly updated in the coming season.

In addition to our full complement of local coverage, we will also offer our usual travel features, pictorials and product reviews of some of the best equipment in the golf industry.  We also hope to expand our coverage of the local golf scene.

We’d also appreciate your input – are there any subjects you would like to see, or courses or resorts that we haven’t been to in awhile, or aren’t in the archives?  Leave a comment below, or email jrendall@golfthemidatlantic.com, and we’ll see what we can do.

Here’s a link to the archives:  http://www.golfthemidatlantic.com/index.php?view=1&archive=true

We’re also in the process of updating the rate information at the bottom of the archived course and resort reviews – be patient, it will take awhile.

Here’s to a terrific 2009 season – and as always, we welcome suggestions and comments!

Jeff Rendall
Editor

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