For two decades, Dodson was a contributing editor and regular columnist for Golf magazine, and a golf and travel correspondent for Departures magazine from American Express Publishing. During the course of a 30-year writing career, his work has earned awards from the USGA and other industry organizations. In 2006, he was the Louis D. Rubin Jr. writer-in-residence at Hollins University in Virginia. Dodson is a distinguished alumnus of East Carolina University. Dodson has been a prolific author. Among his most notable books are Final Rounds (1996), The Dewsweepers (2001) and A Golfer’s Life (with Arnold Palmer).
Sean Fairholm is a staff writer for Global Golf Post. A graduate of North Carolina State University’s PGA Golf Management program and a former writer at PGA Magazine, he has covered golf for over 10 years. He is a weekly contributor to Honda Classic Live, a radio show on ESPN West Palm Beach. He and his wife Anja live in Gainesville, Fla., with their dog Hogan.
Lewine Mair is a Senior Writer with Global Golf Post who writes about a variety of events – men’s and women’s – in Europe and the Middle and Far East. Mair covered golf, tennis and a variety of other sports for the Daily Telegraph before becoming that paper’s Golf Correspondent for twelve years. She has twice featured on the short-list for the British Sports Writer of the Year and has been a runner-up in the American Golf Writers’ News award. . She has also won the Rolex award for her coverage of women’s golf.
Jim Nugent is the Founder & Publisher of Global Golf Post. He has worked in golf media for more than a quarter century, and he is a frequent guest on Golf Channel and numerous golf talk radio shows across the country. He covers the amateur game on a global basis. He resides in Glenview, Illinois.
John Steinbreder is a senior writer at Global Golf Post as well as the course architecture and travel editor. He also covers the amateur game and regularly reports on the golf equipment industry. An award-winning journalist with some 40 years experience, he is the author of 20 books. Prior to graduating from the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism, Steinbreder studied at Franklin University in Lugano, Switzerland and the University of Nairobi in Kenya. He and his wife Cynthia have two daughters, Exa and Lydia, and live in Redding, Connecticut.