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Nick Masuda

Editor of Digital Content/Innovation

Nick Masuda is the Managing Editor of Digital Content & Innovation for all of Golfweek's digital properties.

His background is mainly in newspapers, spending his most recent time at the Orlando Sentinel from 2007 until December of 2010. There, he was a senior designer, senior production editor, concert photographer and was a big part of the paper's social media push.

Prior to the Sentinel, Nick was a Managing Editor of Sports/Visuals/Online at the Lewiston (ME.) Sun Journal, where the paper won numerous online and print awards for its coverage.

Nick also spent time at the San Jose Mercury News, Santa Barbara News-Press and Asbury Park Press.

Nick is married (7 years) and has a 6-year-old son. Nick also teaches as an adjunct at the University of Central Florida and runs a weekend youth sports league called Class Athlete.

• Favorite story you’ve written: By far, as almost a rookie, I worked my way into the funeral of MLB Hall of Famer Eddie Matthews. No other media outlet was allowed in, but his widow granted me access at a distance. As the funeral finished up, I was able to approach family and friends. Every media outlet picked up my story.
• Favorite golf memory: Any round with my grandfather.
• Best round: Two months ago, I broke 80 for the first time, shooting 79 with a sandsave on No. 18.
• Dream foursome:Tiger, grandfather, myself, father-in-law

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