Golf Yeah Interviews Golf Entrepreneur Jason Pearsall; CEO of Club Caddie Inc. and Managing Partner of Flushing Valley Golf Club
Golf Yeah – the podcast and website that showcases people who’ve built successful companies and careers based on their love for the game – has just published its interview with golf entrepreneur Jason Pearsall, who currently serves as CEO of Club Caddie, Inc., a golf course management software company that he co-founded. Jason also is a co-owner and Managing Partner of Flushing Valley Golf and Banquet Center in Flushing Valley, Michigan.
In his discussion with Golf Yeah, Jason provides insights into his successes and failures as an entrepreneur and business owner, and offers practical advice for people who aspire to start their own ventures. Interview highlights include:
- Why Jason considers himself to be more of an opportunist than a hard-wired entrepreneur
- How Jason created a multi-million dollar e-commerce company while he was still in college
- How his misbehavior in high school resulted in a full scholarship to Wayne State
- Why the business model of his “Golfler” app eventually failed, and…
- …how that app’s failure resulted in development of a much larger opportunity
- The impact of consolidation in the golf course management software industry
- How you can build a software company without knowing anything about code
- Why Jason thinks the long-term outlook for the golf industry is very healthy
- The biggest mistakes to avoid when starting a new venture
Commenting on the Pearsall interview, Golf Yeah’s Podcast Host and Editor, Gordon G. Andrew, said that, “Jason has learned many valuable lessons about starting and running both a virtual and traditional golf business, and he provides down-to-earth guidance on what it takes to succeed.”
In addition to Jason Pearsall, recent Golf Yeah podcast guests have included:
- New York Times Bestselling Author, Tom Coyne
- Veteran Clubfitter, Woody Lashen
- Green Jacket Auctions co-owner, Ryan Carey
- Matt Kucher’s PGA Tour caddie, John Wood
- Golf Course Photographer, Evan Schiller
Next up on Golf Yeah is Scottish golf legend Paul Lawrie, winner of The Open Championship at Carnoustie in 1999. To listen to these and other podcast interviews, and to subscribe to future podcasts free of charge, visit www.golfyeah.com. To suggest an individual who might be an interesting Golf Yeah podcast guest, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (908) 879-3800.
Gordon G. Andrew
Highlander Consulting Inc.
Princeton, New Jersey