Speaking of Golf: Mike Sebastian of Asian Golf Monthly Magazine and PGA Tour player Donnie Hammond headline the list of guests for the Saturday, Feb. 20 show.
GolfTalk Live: Philadelphia-based radio show names Lou Guzzi as its official PGA Director of Instruction. Guzzi will be a frequent contributor to the weekly show and produce video tips for the show’s website.
GolfLasVegasNow.com: Website looks at WGC-Accenuture Match Play Championship betting odds and reports on Wolf Creek Vacations’ packages.
Golfing Magazine: Announces continued growth and improvement of its online programs.
Golf World/NGCA Division I Women’s Coaches’ Poll: Arizona State earned 28 of 42 first-place votes to hold No. 1 in the first poll of the spring. UCLA, Auburn, Purdue and Duke round out the top five.
The Hackers Paradise: LPGA player Natalie Gulbis will appear on THP’s radio show on Friday.
TheGolfersNation.com: Noted instructor Jim McLean analyzes Sean O’Hair’s swing in a new episode of “Swing Analysis.”
Golfing Magazine: To introduce its first Hot Products List, a multi-page pullout, in the May issue.
Golfer’s Guide: Announces Kevin Webber, 35, as winner of Chicagoland Golfer’s Guide’s “Dream Golf Giveaway.” Webber won one round of golf from each of the 14 golf courses that advertised in the magazine’s 2009 summer/fall Issue.
Speaking of Golf: Ron Kaspriski, the digest editor of Golf Digest, headlines the list of guests for the Feb. 13 show.
Golf Fitness Magazine: Newest issue features interviews with U.S. Olympians about how their respective sports compare to golf.
Golfing Magazine: Will exhibit at the upcoming Boston, New Jersey, Philadelphia and Southern New England golf shows. “These golf shows are attended by the most avid golfers, who are in turn, our core audience. Making our presence felt at these shows allows us to get our publication into the hands of the active golfer,” said Tom Landers, publisher of Golfing Magazine.
Golf Inc. Announces Scott Kauffman, Bruce Buckley and Trevor Ledger as contributing editors for the magazine. “We have brought together the most knowledgeable and savviest reporters in the industry” said Jack Crittenden, editor in chief. “Golf Inc. will provide more depth, and insight than ever before.”
The Hackers Paradise: Prepares to ship spring issue of THP: The Magazine on March 30 via the company’s website, Barnes & Noble and airport newsstands nationwide.
Golfing Magazine: Expands its Market Place program for 2010. “Any company that works with us in the Market Place will also be included in our Father’s Day and holiday gift guides,” said magazine publisher Tom Landers. “And everything that we do in print will also be online on our website and in dedicated e-newsletters.”
Verishot: Launches Sharegolf.com, a social networking site that allows golfers to view and share high definition videos of their swing and connect with other members. Also, courses can directly communicate with members via customized messages on landing pages, blog posts, e-mails and surveys.
Speaking of Golf: Former Florida State football coach Bobby Bowden headlines the show’s guest list for Saturday, Feb. 6. The Asheville, NC, based show airs 9-11 a.m. on radio and live internet streaming.
Golf Inc. Cypress Magazines and Crittenden Conferences announce a strategic partnership that brings them together to wotk on the Golf Inc. Conference, Golf Inc. magazine and re-launch of the Golf Business & Real Estate newsletter.
Golfing Magazine: Irons sets and individual hybrids will be featured in the “Hands On” equipment section of its spring issue.
Golf Channel: Launches its new online travel platform – TravelGolf, which provides information about the best places around the world to play golf and access to a host of other services. “This new brand will benefit greatly from the resources of the world’s number one golf television network, which is creating various platforms to not only help golfers enjoy and improve their games, but also to help grow the game of golf,” said Gene Pizzolato, chief operating officer for Golf Channel New Media Ventures.
The Hackers Paradise: Creates a Youtube channel to allow consumers to watch industry specific video content that is exclusive to the company. “THP TV on our home page has been so successful that we wanted to go one step further and help the industry reach even more people directly,” said Josh Babbitt, president, THP.