On May 18th, 100 or so top-ranking representatives from the golf industry went to Washington to tell Congress just how big an impact golf and the business of golf have on the USA.
Category Archives: Golf Isn’t Dead
Cassie Norris: I Think I Killed Golf
But seriously, though.
I’m relatively new to the sport – around two years watching the pros and a little under a year since I began lessons myself – but there’s been a weird shift in that time.
Zeb Welborn: Is Golf on the Back 9?
Or is it teeing up for another 18?
During the May 17 #GolfChat, @tonyjdear posed the question, “At what point would you consider golf to actually be dead?” Which got us thinking…
Tiffany Chaisson: Golf’s Evolution and Education
Golf certainly isn’t dead. I only just started playing and as far as I am concerned there are those that golf and those that haven’t yet played.
Todd Marsh: Golf Isn’t Dying, It’s Evolving
A casual review of popular journals headlines would make you believe that golf is on the back nine, or maybe even on its last hole.
Pete Flanigan: A Vision For Golf’s Future
Gather round folks! The name is Pete, yes Pete, and I have a genuine, bonafide, electrified vision of the golf future I would like to share with all you fine people.