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Lee Blaylock Founder, CEO

Lee Blaylock is the Co-Founder, CEO of Find A Game, NiceLeads, and ConstructionBevy plus two other businesses in the hedge fund and real estate investment industries.

Starting his career at Dell (badge #244), Lee was their second ex-pat, working two years in London and Frankfurt. He then went to Oracle, where he left as a consulting group Practice Director after receiving several company awards.

The first company he started, ServiceLane—a pioneer and leader in online lead generation—was funded by Austin Ventures, Fremont Ventures, and Silicon Valley Bank before he sold it to Owens Corning (NYSE: OC). Lee then founded and acted as Managing Director of Annandale Capital, a global investment firm advising on $1.2b in assets with full discretion of more than $500mm in institutional and private client assets. Annandale’s platform offers over 60 alternative managers on four continents.

Lee is an avid golfer, having played in 16 countries of the 32 he’s lived in or traveled to. Among his prized possessions is a library of more than 300 books on golf course architecture.

For nine-plus years, Lee has been a volunteer Chapter Director for StartUp Grind, where he has hosted over 70 leading entrepreneurs in a monthly fireside-chat speaker series. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, he was named by D Magazine as a Top 20 Internet Entrepreneur and serves on numerous civic boards, mostly focused on helping entrepreneurs.

Interesting golf fact about Lee

I have more than 350 golf balls from courses in the order that I played them in those 16 countries. I'm not OCD about the sport or anything...but I want to play in more countries and beat Jim Frank’s impressive totals!

James A. Frank Chief Content Officer

Jim Frank has been editing and writing about golf for nearly 40 years. He was Editor-in-Chief of Golf Connoisseur, a short-lived but award-winning luxury-lifestyle magazine directed to the private-club golfer. Before that, he was with Golf Magazine from 1984 to 2003, serving as Executive Editor and then Editor.

There is no subject in golf he hasn’t covered, from the pro tours to fashion, with an emphasis on golf history, travel, course architecture, and equipment. At last count, he has played 551 courses in 21 countries. (Don’t ask how many he remembers.)

As a freelance writer, Jim’s credits include Sports Illustrated, Golf Digest, Men’s Journal, Robb Report, Hemispheres, The Met Golfer, Golf International, and numerous other publications and websites. He is presently Senior Editor for LINKS Magazine.

Jim co-authored two of golf’s best-selling instruction books: Dave Pelz's Short-Game Bible and Dave Pelz's Putting Bible, as well as Dave Pelz: 10 Minutes a Day to Better Putting. In 2004, he co-wrote David Feherty's Totally Subjective History of the Ryder Cup. He also is the co-author and editor of GOLF Magazine's Complete Book of Golf Instruction; Golf in America: The First Hundred Years; and 500 World's Greatest Golf Holes. He’s written a few other golf books over the years, most of which are mercifully out of print.

After a recent move, Jim and his advertising-executive wife Belle—both native New Yorkers (okay, he’s really from New Jersey)—live in suburban Washington, D.C. He also has served as consulting editor for The Met Golfer (the magazine of the Metropolitan Golf Association) as well as New Jersey Monthly, Jewish Living, and Parks (National Parks Foundation) magazines, and is a consultant to various golf-related businesses and associations.

Interesting golf fact about Jim

I didn't start playing golf until I was almost 30, and have tried ever since to make up for lost time.