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.
Should we be doing more to help young golfers stay engaged in the game as they enter adulthood?
Drivable par 4s create vivid memories. Do you have any of these thrill producers on your course?
In this first of a series of posts profiling courses that consistently have overflowing parking lots, read how the team at Deer Run Golf Club in Victoria, MN stuffs their tee sheet full every day.
Remember when TeeMaster actually was “the future of tee times” as touted on its website… now it’s just the “ghost of tee times past”. What will replace it? Bueller? Anyone?
Why aren’t more people booking tee times online? Eavesdrop on this discussion between the Nomad and a Golf Course GM for some insights.
The Golf Nomad is on a whirlwind tour… how can his travels help you think about how to make your own course more memorable?
My nomadic ways expose me to a lot of news about the golf industry… here’s a midseason report on the major transactions observed on my travels so far in 2018… feel free to post additions.
I’m trying to play every golf course in my area and I’m running into some snags… what do you think of my proposed solution for the dilemma of the lonely golfer?
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.
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?