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Cybergolf Writer Receives Two Awards
Cybergolf correspondent Tony Dear walked away from the 18th Annual ING Media Awards in Orlando with two awards for excellence in golf writing.
Tony won first place in the Business writing category for his article, "Golf Architects See Light At The End Of The Tunnel."
In the Competition writing, he received Outstanding Achiever recognition for ("FedEx Cup Needs A Confusion-Free Finale." Tony received the awards last weekend at the PGA Merchandise Show.
Tony has won previous awards for his work with Cybergolf. He said of the latest honors: "It's very gratifying going up against writers like Scott Kramer, Jim Frank, Vic Williams, Joel Zuckerman, Kathie Dyson, Adam Schupak, John Steinbreder etc., and winning an award. It's good to be part of a group like that."
To read Tony's Cybergolf stories, visit (http://www.cybergolf.com/golf_news/golf_architects_see_light_at_the_end_of_the_tunnel) and (http://www.cybergolf.com/golf_news/more_than_appearances_at_fedex_cup).
The ING's Media Awards results are determined by three independent judges in each category. Judges use a set of criteria to compare entries, without knowledge (except in the electronic categories) of which media member did the work.
The International Network of Golf is a 21-year-old, nonprofit, media-based networking organization whose mission is to enhance and promote communication and education in golf. The group conducts two meetings each year in the spring and fall, where media and industry leaders gather to discuss issues, launch and test new products, and develop relationships.
For additional information, visit www.inggolf.com.
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