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Mass Golf gets you ready for the weekend with a Friday morning e-newsletter keeping you updated on the latest local, regional and national golf news from the past week, as well as things to look forward over the weekend. It will also contain promotions offered by both Mass Golf and its allied organizations.
This unique Mass Golf Member benefit delivers a remarkable online experience, much like reading a traditional magazine or newspaper. It requires no special applications, no software downloads, and no plug-ins. The newsletter is a browser-based solution that also works on most mobile devices. The digital issues are delivered to each inbox on Friday morning.
Here are some frequently asked questions about our e-newsletter:
A. THE WEEKENDER e-newsletter is a designed-for-digital publication prepared by Mass Golf each week. Among its contents are news items and feature stories related to Mass Golf, plus news and notes on professional and amateur events of interest. It is delivered Friday morning, 51 weeks per year, to our members. It’s much like reading an online version of a traditional magazine or newspaper.
A. You will receive your e-newsletter 51 times a year on Friday mornings, plus other staggered issues focusing on important golf events.
A. There is no cost for the e-newsletter. It is included as part of the golfer benefits program.
A. Yes, you can opt back in. Just fill out this form: https://signup.e2ma.net/signup/1758333/1735314/
A. Yes. Simply click on the bottom at the bottom of your e-mail to unsubscribe.
A. Mass Golf is technically made up of a membership of golf clubs and the organization considers anyone with an established GHIN handicap index with one of our Member Clubs to be a member. Please note that Mass Clubs that use non-GHIN USGA handicaps are not Mass Golf members.
Q. After Woodland Golf Club, which Mass Golf Member Club has been a host site for the Ouimet Memorial Tournament the most number of times?
A. Charles River Country Club
Q. The Stimpmeter is an official device that is used to measure green speeds. Which former Mass Amateur champion invented it?
A. Edward S. Stimpson
Note: Due to a faulty link, those who received Friday’s newsletter were unable to access the page to submit an answer. Therefore, this question will not count toward the July trivia contest. We apologies for the error and will make sure to include the proper link moving forward, just as we’ve done since beginning these contests in April.
Q. Gil Hanse, who has led the restoration of the Kittansett Club, also designed which Boston-area Mass Golf Member Club?
A. Boston Golf Club
Q. The Kittansett Club, the site of this year’s Mass Amateur, will also host the 2022 U.S. Senior Amateur. Which Cape Cod course hosted the U.S. Senior Amateur the first time it was played in Massachusetts?
A. Oyster Harbors (Osterville)
Q. When the 2004 U.S. Women’s Open concluded on July 4 at The Orchards Golf Club in South Hadley, which 14-year-old budding superstar ended up tying for low amateur?
A. Michelle Wie