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  • Reversal of Fortunes

     The idea is as old as the game itself, part of golf’s fabric dating back to the days of flasks and Featheries. Yet, it somehow slipped away, a fading memory in a distant mist. The fact is, the first reversible golf course – a course that could be played in a traditional sense from No.1 tee to No.1 green and onward in sequential order, and then reversed so that the last (or often the penultimate) green became the first – was also the first golf course.Read More

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     Starting new employees off on the right foot will have them engaged from the onset.Read More

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    The primary purpose of the coalition is to support a more competitive and balanced marketplace in public golf that is both supportive of the golf course owner, operator, PGA professional and the golf consumer. This will be accomplished by promoting adoption of online tee time guidelines and best practices among technology companies, online agents, marketers, golf course operators, general consumers, and the media.Read More

April 2017

Insight from the Insider, Part II

Ron Jaworski, a former professional quarterback and current NFL Insider for ESPN, sat down with Golf Business earlier this year to tackle the industry, including how his seven golf courses have improved pace of play and helped make the game fun again. In the second half of this two-part interview, Jaws discusses how both football and golf are similar in how they’re operated, how competition breeds success in his management style and what golfers can expect from his facilities in the future.


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Access some of the most creative ideas golf course owners and operators have to offer within the Bright Ideas area of the GB Archive.Read More

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