Brynn Walker Collins is a professional golfer on the Epson Tour and a graduate of theUniversity of North Carolina where she played for the Tar Heels while majoring in journalism. After graduation, Brynn began writing on golf and the things that inspire her on her blog, “Words on the Walk.” She has been a regular contributor to LPGA.com and is a monthly contributor to GGPWomen. In her “Brynn's Journey” series, she shares her experiences as she continues to chase her LPGA Tour dream.
Brought up on the English-Welsh border, in the county of Shropshire, Matt was first introduced to golf by the worldwide success of a pair of locals by the name of Sandy Lyle and Ian Woosnam. He has worked for ESPN, Sky Sports, NBC Rotoworld, Open.com, Forbes, and Planet Sport. A keen traveler, Matt’s watched and/or played golf in a wide range of locations including Kazakhstan, Nepal, Korea, Sri Lanka, Seychelles and Tanzania.
For two decades, Dodson was a contributing editor and regular columnist for Golf magazine, and a golf and travel correspondent for Departures magazine. In 2006, he was the Louis D. Rubin Jr. writer-in-residence at Hollins University in Virginia. A distinguished alumnus of East Carolina University, Dodson has been a prolific author. Among his most notable books are “Final Rounds”; “The Dewsweepers” and “A Golfer’s Life” (with Arnold Palmer).
Sean Fairholm is the managing editor for GGPWomen and a senior 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 more than 10 years. Sean now writes on several topics for GGP, focusing mainly on amateur golf. He and his wife Anja live in Gainesville, Fla., with their dog Hogan.
Patrick Hand has contributed to numerous publications including Golf Journal, The Washington Post, LA Weekly, and Washington City Paper.
Since 2020, Patrick has regularly contributed to Global Golf Post+, writing primarily about golf’s rich history. He is a graduate of Catholic University in Washington, D.C., and Fordham Law School in New York. Patrick lives in Rapidan, Virginia with his wife, Katie, and their two sons.
As executive editor at Global Golf Post, Harmon helps guide the editorial direction of the weekly digital magazine. A Cincinnati native and graduate of Austin Peay State, he spent 25 years in daily newspapers, including 10 years as supervisor of the night news desk at the Orlando Sentinel. In more recent years, he worked as the editor at Golfweek magazine and launched Morning Read as its founding editor. Harmon and his wife, Cynthia (née McGuffee of Clarksville, Tennessee), are the parents of two adult children and live in Longwood, Florida, with their two rescue dogs and near their two young grandsons.
John Hopkins has written about golf for a half century, for The Sunday Times, then The Times and now Global Golf Post. In 2008 he was named “Sports Internet Writer of the Year” by the [British] Sports Journalists’ Association. In 2013 he became the second non-American and the first British newspaperman to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award in Journalism from the PGA of America. He has covered 160 major championships, including 42 Masters Tournaments, the same number of US Opens, nearly 50 Open Championships and 21 Ryder Cups. He has written seven books on golf, the most recent being “Fore! The Best of John Hopkins on Golf.”
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 it’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. Lewine has won the Rolex award for her coverage of women’s golf.
Not long into his 23-year career at The Boston Globe, Jim McCabe was blessed to have been assigned to cover golf – from juniors to amateurs to the pro game. He was immediately hooked. He loved it all, and what was opened up was a world of passion that continued with a nine-year run at Golfweek magazine and then three years at the PGA Tour. Born and raised and still living in the Boston area, McCabe is a freelance writer who produces a weekly digital golf newsletter “Power Fades.”
Scott Michaux spent 30 years in newspaper journalism including 17 years as the sports columnist at The Augusta Chronicle. His news, column, and feature writing garnered national recognition from the Society of Professional Journalists, Associated Press Sports Editors and 10 first-place awards from the Golf Writers Association of America. A graduate of the University of Virginia, he now lives near Athens, GA.
Lisa D. Mickey has covered golf for various magazines, including Golf Digest, Golf World and Golf For Women, as well as for The New York Times, ESPN.com, the LPGA and the USGA. She is a three-time Golf Writers Association of America winner for feature writing. Certified as a Florida Master Naturalist, she is also involved in environmental writing and education in Florida and provides website content for environmental nonprofits in Central Florida.
Emilia Migliaccio is a three-time All-American at Wake Forest University. She’s a double Deac and will complete her Masters in Communication in May. Migliaccio has won five collegiate titles including the 2019 ACC Championship, and helped her team win ACCs that same year. She was the gold medalist in the 2019 Pan American Games, runner-up at the 2021 Augusta National Women’s Amateur and participated on two victorious Curtis Cup teams in 2021 and 2022. Migliaccio began working as a writer and on-course reporter for Golf Channel and will continue her writing with Global Golf Post this year.
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 the managing editor of GGPBiz and the course architecture and travel editor at Global Golf Post. An award-winning journalist with some 40 years experience, John is the author of 24 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.
Julie Williams is a writer with 15 years experience covering junior, college and amateur golf. She has also written for Golfweek, AmateurGolf.com, Morning Read, the USGA and the Northern California Golf Association. She enjoys telling the stories of up-and-comers in the game and introducing readers to new players. Williams, now based in Florida, played college golf at Truman State University and spent the past six years coaching high school girls’ golf.