Our mission at the Golf Range Association of America (GRAA) is to harness the combined power of all golf range owners, operators and staff at all types of facilities to grow their revenues, enhance their careers and grow the game of golf.
To aid in this mission, the GRAA offers multiple platforms to position your company in front of 44,000+ golf range owners, staff, superintendents, General Managers, CEOs and PGA Professionals working at a facility with a golf range.
Select any of the programs below to learn more:
For more information, please contact your Golf Range Association of America sales representative.
Terms & Conditions:
PGA Magazine, the PGA Membership & Golf Digital Directory, PGAmagazine.com, the PGA Magazine digital edition, PGA Best Practices E-mails, PGA Magazine Industry Insider, PGA Magazine Ambassador Program and PGA Magazine Conference Series (including but not limited to The Merchandisers of the Year Conference, PGA Golf Professional of the Year Conference, PGA Magazine Clubfitting Conference, PGA Magazine Ambassador Conference, PGA Magazine Insiders Conference, Sell-Through Boot Camps, etc…) are published and operated by Great Golf Resorts of the World, Inc. (Publisher) under license of The PGA of America. The Met Golfer, The Met Extra and MGATravelCenter.com are published by GGRW, Inc. under a license of The Metropolitan Golf Association. The PGA Merchandise Show Dailies and Demo Day Guide are published by GGRW, Inc. under a license of Reed Exhibitions. Golf Range Magazine, GRAA Best Practices, GolfRange.org, and GRAA Boot Camps are published and operated by GGRW, Inc. for Golf Range Association of America. The Great Golf Resorts of the World Annual Directory and its Annual Meeting are published and operated by GGRW, Inc.
The publishers (GGRW Inc.) of all of the above-mentioned publications, The PGA of America in the case of PGA Magazine, the PGA Membership & Golf Digital Directory, PGAmagazine.com, the PGA Magazine digital edition, PGA Best Practices E-mails, and PGA Magazine Industry Insider, The Metropolitan Golf Association in the case of The Met Golfer, The Met Extra and MGATravelCenter.com; Reed Exhibitions in the case of the PGA Merchandise Show Dailies and Demo Day Guide; The Golf Range Association of America in the case of Golf Range Magazine, GRAA Best Practices, and GolfRange.org, and Great Golf Resorts of the World, Inc. in the case of the Great Golf Resorts of the World Annual Directory reserve the right, at any time and for any reason, to decline any submitted advertising copy (even if such advertising has previously been accepted). Only the publication of an advertisement with a signed contract or order shall constitute final acceptance of the advertiser’s order. The advertiser warrants that the advertising or text included in such advertising submitted is not illegal, defamatory or an infringement of any local, state or federal laws. The advertiser indemnifies and holds the Publisher, The PGA of America, The Metropolitan Golf Association, Reed Exhibitions, GGRW, Inc. its employees or executives harmless in respect of any claim made against any of these parties as a result of publication of such advertisement. Publisher, The PGA of America, The Metropolitan Golf Association, Reed Exhibitions, The Golf Range Association of America, and/or GGRW, Inc. will not be liable for any loss or damage, consequential or otherwise, occasioned by error on its (their) part(s) including failure of the advertising to appear or failure to perform otherwise except in cases of direct acts, in which case the Publisher, The PGA of America, The Metropolitan Golf Association, Reed Exhibitions, The Golf Range Association of America, and/or GGRW, Inc.’s maximum loss shall be limited to the amount of the cost of the space booked and paid for by the advertiser.
Additional charges may result if additional work is required by Publisher on advertising materials supplied. No premium positions are franchised unless such agreement is in writing. Premium positions will not be held if material is not timely received. Except as otherwise specifically agreed in writing by the Publisher and the advertiser/agency, all advertising positioning/placement clauses will be treated as requests only and cannot be guaranteed. Nonpayment of invoices may result in the termination of an advertising contract. In cases where contracts are prematurely cancelled (by the advertiser or by the Publisher for valid cause) before all pages have run and been paid for, as a result of non-payment or otherwise, a corresponding adjustment in the rate(s) charged will be made to the published rate card (with the costs of all merchandising or other value added programs provided to the advertiser to also be billed at their value as determined by the Publisher).