Weeks after partnering with the PGA Tour and LPGA Tour to help grow the game, Topgolf acquired Protracer.
Managing Editor / The Golf Life
New Windsor, Md.
I joined Golfweek in 2003, and three years later became the magazine’s travel editor. Contrary to popular opinion, I don’t spend all of my time playing golf in exotic locations, but the job has provided me the opportunity to explore much of America and nearly two dozen countries. You’ll also often find writing about the state of televised golf.
Stories by Martin Kaufmann
Last season, Fox’s first as the U.S. Golf Association’s broadcast partner, might best be described as ambitious but erratic.
Johnny Miller quips on Jordan Spieth's moment of petulance, and NBC misses opportunity to discuss Day 3 fiasco.
I sometimes roll my eyes when I hear PGA Tour officials talk about their “network partners.” Business partnerships should be relationships that move the medium forward, and too often the televised product that we see each week has seemed to change little from one year to the next.
Brandel Chamblee, best known as Golf Channel’s top studio analyst, recently released his first book, “The Anatomy of Greatness: Lessons from the Best Golf Swings in History.”
Golfweek's TV expert Martin Kaufmann peers into the reasons why the RBC Heritage fully outclassed the Masters in terms of television production.
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