The Golf Gadfly
The Golf Gadfly interferes with the status quo of golf by posing novel, potently upsetting questions, usually directed at authorities.
ONE MORE 18 IN '18
We periodically re-name this series of posts, but the theme never changes… find ways to make golf more fun, more convenient, and more affordable… so you will PLAY.MORE.GOLF. 2018 affords us an opportunity for this year’s cutesie slogan.
Readers of this blog are on a mission to grow golf. We brainstorm ideas that will inspire more people to play more golf. Join the team.
Gary is certifiably nuts… in a good way. His posts reflect the zen of Frank Zappa; “A mind is like a parachute. It doesn’t work If it isn’t open.”
Just because it’s October in the Upper Midwest, don’t move your clubs from your car to the garage yet… instead, move your leaf blower from the garage to your car.
Why does golf need to be played in 9 or 18 hole increments, does it? Some innovative course operators are opening up new possibilities for you to have a ‘golf snack’ using Quick.golf.
Put your thinking cap on as we discuss the phenomenon of Virtual Country Clubs (VCCs), which are likely to have a significant impact on your golf market. That impact could help you or hurt you… depending on how you play your cards.
If you’re shopping for a new tee sheet system (or even if you’re not), use this post to save some time in getting your bearings.
The simple mental model featured in this post might just help you attract more golfers to your golf course.
I have some money in my pocket and the clubs are in the car, but I don’t have a tee time. Who wants to help me play some golf today?
Think you don’t have time for a golf trip? Au contraire… all you need is 16 hours, a tank full of gas and an open road.
Virtual country clubs are popping up all over the country… there might be one that’s a fit for you.
When you’re looking for a way to stretch your golf budget, rub the magic lamp and out pops the iDeal Genie.
Twin Cities golfers now have a new way to conveniently book tee times on local courses. Have you tried it?