Larry Olmsted has been a leading golf journalist for over a decade with a focus on golf travel. He wrote Golf Travel by Design and he co-wrote Fairways: America's Best Golf Resorts. He was the founding editor of The Golf Insider, and the golf columnist for both USA Today.com and US Airways Magazine. Olmsted has ranked resorts for Golf Magazine's annual Gold & Silver Medal awards and is a panelist for Rolex World's Top 1000 Golf Courses. He has appeared on television and radio as a golf travel expert and is a contributing editor to Elite Traveler, Cigar Aficionado, and Lexus Magazine. His work has appeared in Golf Magazine, Travel & Leisure Golf, LINKS, Men's Health, Men's Journal, USA Today, Playboy, the New York Daily News, Boston Herald, Boston Globe, Outside Magazine, Golf & Travel, Diversion, New York Magazine, American Way, Sports Afield, Shape, Caribbean Travel & Life, and many, many others. He also joined Nicklaus, Woods and Sorenstam in the record book when he broke the Guinness World Record for "Greatest Distance Traveled Between Two Rounds of Golf Played in Same Day" at 7496-miles, and is the author of the critically acclaimed Getting Into Guinness. He has played and written about golf on every inhabited continent.