Tom Gormon

About Tom Gormon

An avid golfer, Tom has been a freelance golf writer for 19 years. He writes about golf and travel and is an authority in assessing the value of real estate in gated, golf communities throughout New England and other parts of the Eastern Seaboard, including North and South Carolina and Florida. He writes for several newspapers, magazines and websites. Tom began his writing golf career with Harte-Hanks Newspapers and was co-founder of Bay State Golf and GolfBoston. His work has appeared in The Boston Globe, Community Newspaper Company, Gatehouse Media, GolfStyles, Golfing Magazine, Mass. Golfer, Ocean State Golf, Boomer Golf News, Cape Cod Golf & Leisure, Western Mass. Golfer, New England Golf Guide and New England Golf Monthly. Tom strives to be a scratch golfer but his knowledge, enthusiasm and research on golf assignments makes his peers realize that he’s better known as a scratch talker. He is a member at Norfolk Golf Club in Westwood and White Cliffs Country Club in Plymouth, Mass. He is a long-time member of the Golf Writers Association of America and the International Network of Golf.

V1 Sports Launches V1 Pro Studio Analysis Software

By |2020-02-18T20:53:11-05:00February 18th, 2020|Categories: Golf Products|Tags: , |

BOSTON, Mass – V1 Sports, creators of the industry standard in video swing analysis software for teaching pros and golfers, has announced the release of V1 Pro Studio, the newest version of their signature software product. V1 Pro Studio is the 11th release of V1 Sports’ best-in-class video analysis software and a substantial technological leap forward [...]

Bob Gunthner Shoots His Age (84) All The Time

By |2019-11-23T19:16:30-05:00November 21st, 2019|Categories: Golf Life|Tags: , , |

FORT MYERS, Florida – No other sport has more feel-good, heart-warming stories than golf and the remarkable tale of Bob Gunthner is exceptional and it’s about one of golf’s most sought-after feats. Avid golfers, those who play 25 regulation rounds or more in a year, share four basic goals: (1) Shoot a sub-par round (2) [...]