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 Gadfly
The Golf Gadfly interferes with the status quo of golf by posing novel, potently upsetting questions, usually directed at authorities.
MORE 18s IN '18
In these posts, we brainstorm ideas on how to make golf more fun, more convenient, and more affordable… to help golfers play a little more often.
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.”
Will golfers who receive more invitations to play get to the first tee more often? Join the Golf Gadfly in a gedankenexperimente on this important question.
Arizona course operator Don Rea captured the essence of MORE 18s IN ’18 in a single sentence… “it’s not enough to be more welcoming, we need to be more INVITING”.
We live in an increasingly fast-paced society. Give golfers a fast-paced alternative to help them play more often… Quick.golf quickies.
Now Joe and Jodie Golfer can play 18 with a local golf celebrity and become a golf industry insider for the day… what a neat opportunity!
It’s no secret that I get around the golf industry in Minnesota and Wisconsin… now that the season has wound down, here are my most memorable 2017 experiences.
Can we move the needle in 2018 by getting golfers to play MORE 18s in ’18? If we don’t, it won’t be for lack of trying… we’re pulling out all the stops this year to help golfers get to the course more often.
This is a list of the organizations and individuals that are doing the heavy lifting to make MORE 18s IN ’18 a reality.
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.