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
Mitch Cosentino had a brief turn as a club pro early in his career, and has been making wine for more than 30 years.
After grinding out a long week at Oakmont Country Club as Fox’s lead analyst, Paul Azinger remained upbeat one day after the U.S. Open..
Fox proved it learned from mistakes at Chambers Bay in 2015 and broadcasted the U.S. Open at Oakmont with much improvement.
Golfweek's Martin Kaufmann talks about what he liked – and what he didn't like – from Fox's Saturday coverage of the U.S. Open.
America’s national championship needs a big stage that is worthy of the event.
Anderson is reputed to be the only PGA of America member to hold the distinction of sommelier.
Over the past year the PGA Tour has become more aggressive in presenting live Internet coverage of its tournaments.
Gene Mulvihill bought Crystal Springs in 1995, and over the next six years built three golf courses.
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