The A Position Writers Score Multiple Wins At ING Awards Ceremony

Portland, Ore. (Feb. 5, 2013) – Three members of The A Position— one of the largest producers of golf content on the Internet — David Barrett, Ed Travis, and Jeff Ritter were recognized by the International Network of Golf as winners in the organization’s annual media awards.  

A Position members won six of the 41 awards. Barrett won first place in the Competition Writing category for his story Which Club to Hit? Have a Long Talk With Your Caddy. He also racked up two Outstanding Achiever awards — in the Book category for Making The Masters, and in the Opinion/Editorial category for his piece, To Fight Slow Play a New System is Needed. Barrett’s work can be seen at 

Travis recorded two Outstanding Achievement Awards — in the Equipment Writing category for TaylorMade Rules Metal Woods published originally in Golf Minnesota and another in the Business Writing category for and article that first appeared on, Acushnet and Callaway Bury the Hatchet. Read more from Travis at 

Renowned A Position member and PGA instructor Jeff Ritter won an Outstanding Achiever award in the Travel Writing Category for his story Lanai: Where Maui Residents Go To Escape. See Ritter’s writing and video at 

The A is a network of websites featuring the world’s best golf and travel writers. The term “The A Position” refers to the best place a golfer can land his tee shot. On the web, it refers to the site readers will want to land on for great golf and travel journalism.

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