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“Lone Pine Nine” Par-3 Course – Creating Moments & Memories for Families to Share

When Scott Justman saw a portion of The Landings Club closed during the pandemic, the PGA Director of Golf Operations put in motion a plan to engage his members in a new and exciting manner. The Lone Pine Nine par-3 course provided a fun new experience that his members and families won’t soon forget.

What Golfers Want At Their Range – According to Industry Professionals and the Golfers Themselves

Americans don’t agree on much these days. But we asked a group of range owners and the customers who support their businesses, what they prefer to see at the range, and the results are pretty clear. Here are some of the hot topics we discussed.

No More Practice Swings: It’s Time to Hit the Ball! – A Message on the Need for Diversity in Golf

Mackenzie Mack is a mentor to hundreds of youth golfers and young people in Tampa, Florida, and now in Memphis, Tennessee. Her message calling for inclusion and diversity in golf is one that we should all adhere to in our daily lives.

Fairway Social: Destination for Golfers and Non-Golfers Looking for Fun

Following the popular trend of combining golf, indoor entertainment, and food and beverage, a new venture is underway in Alpharetta, Georgia. Following the model that puts golf at the forefront of fun and socialization, Fairway Social will be a destination for families and friends eager to get back to enjoying life with those they love.

Let’s Start Diversifying Internships

PGA Golf Management Program intern, Noah Hedberg, shares his internship experience with our Golf Range Magazine readers. He got to spend the Summer of 2020 at Liberty National and will look back on these weeks as a catalyst to a super career in golf.

Collaboration in the Iowa PGA Section Produces Programs that Are Growing the Game

Under the guidance of Assistant Executive Director and 2019 Iowa PGA Section Golf Professional of the Year, Tess Goudy, collaboration between the section office and its PGA Golf Professionals has proven effective through two very important revenue-sharing programs.

Arrowood Golf Course Opens Its Paths to Walkers During Pandemic and Creates A Community Fair for All to Enjoy

With local residents quarantined, Arrowood Golf Course GM, Tom Son opened up his course’s cart paths to walkers and joggers to give them an outlet from being indoors. When the course reopened a month later, he created a Community Fair that brought vendors and customers to the grounds for a healthy place to hang out and socialize.

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