As a golf equipment junkie, I enjoy talking with OEM’s especially the smaller boutique brands. I believe that to be successful as a young company especially in the golf industry, you need to be diverse, unique and creative. Having a product and or service that is different provides an opportunity in the marketing and unique marketing angle. However, the customer service may be the most important and will likely make or break a company now matter how good their products may be.
Biggest Golf Pet Peeves
We’re going do something a little more that hopefully you’ll get a good laugh from.
I’ve made a list of 30 golf pet peeves or annoying behaviors exhibited on the golf course that nobody likes. You know that one guy who always does that one annoying thing that just bothers you and everyone else you play with. I’m going to share with you 30 of most common on-course pet peeves that most golfers absolutely despise. Most of these behaviors and habits you’ve seen on the golf course all too often.
It’s that time of year to start thinking about and planning a late winter golf or spring break golf trip. The problem with golf travel is, that there are many different websites to book on, so many destinations to choose from and too many conflicting reviews. Golf travel expert and friend Brian Weis from GolfTrips.com joins the Golf More Swing Less Podcast to talk Southern U.S. golf destinations, resorts, golf trails, casino courses and more. Brian shares some cost effective golf destinations, under rated courses tells you how to score a great deal and even a few of his travel hacks.