What's Your Golf IQ?
GroupLooper and My Golf Fix have collaborated to create a fun series of questions to test your golf IQ… with prizes, too!
The Golf Nomad
The Golf Nomad believes that variety is the spice of golf… he plays 50+ courses a year and shares his most interesting experiences here.
The Golf Marketing Alliance
Want to help golf course operators convert $100M/year of costs into $100M/year of revenues? Join the Golf Marketing Alliance evolution.
The Golf Gadfly
The Golf Gadfly interferes with the status quo of golf by posing novel, potently upsetting questions, usually directed at authorities.
Find a Hidden Gem on the My Golf Fix website and win a free foursome at an area course. Even if you don’t win, you’ll find some great deals.
Food For Thought
Give us just 5 minutes per week and he’ll give you some serious food for thought about growing the greatest game ever invented.
These are the pioneers who are leading the way in the Land of Lakes Golf Marketing Alliance, listed in the order that they made the commitment: Deer Run (Victoria, MN) The Links at Northfork (Ramsey, MN) The Wilds Golf Club (Prior Lake, MN) Dahlgreen (Chaska, MN) Chisago Lakes (Lindstrom, MN)
Should we be doing more to help young golfers stay engaged in the game as they enter adulthood?
Monopolies are not built to last. No matter how strong a position a competitor may hold at any point in time… staying on top is often harder than getting there in the first place.
We continue to watch the evolution of the golf course management software market… here are the results of our most recent research… with much more coming in September.
Have your digital assets been tidied up recently? If not, give them a good scrub.
Salespeople should listen at least twice as much as they talk. Do you agree?
Drivable par 4s create vivid memories. Do you have any of these thrill producers on your course?
Be the first to find and respond to a My Golf Fix offer labeled HIDDEN GEM on My Golf Fix or GroupLooper and you can win a free foursome at a great area golf course.
Those people that yell “It’s in the hole” every time a pro hits a shot at a PGA event are awfully annoying, but every once in awhile the ball actually does go in.
After a dismal weather year in the Twin Cities Metro in 2018, the Golf Gadfly expected the rate of golf course closures to tick upward this year… but it appears that the opposite has happened. Do you know why?