Operation 36 Announces PGA Show Lineup
Garner, NC—Garner-based golf player development program, Operation 36, announces their lineup for exhibiting, speaking and their ground-breaking new developments at the PGA in January.
The Operation 36 team will be at booth #1675, near the TPI and Trackman exhibits. Coaches are invited to stop by the booth to learn more about the Operation 36 mission.
The team will be announcing major developments at the PGA Show, specifically:
● The Operation 36 Junior Golf Development Model™
● Mobile App 3.0 release
● New Community Map for Lead Generation
● Academy TV Display
Co-Founders Matt Reagan and Ryan Dailey will have several speaking engagements throughout the show with the LPGA, GBN and the PGA Show Seminar. Topics for the speaking engagements include: “The 3 Keys To Building A Sustainable Long-Term Beginner Golf Program,” “Integrating The Operation 36 Golf Development Model Into Your Existing Program” and “Programming With Operation 36.”
Operation 36, known as the most effective development model to introduce a beginner to the game, will share their goal of creating one million new golfers over the next five years. Coaches are invited to learn about how they can join this mission to have a meaningful impact on the sport.
For complete details of all the new updates, speaking engagements, certification, please visit: https://operation36.golf/pga-show/.
Operation 36 takes the traditional model and flips it. All new players begin on the course. Instead of starting at the tee box, they play from 25 yards away from the hole. Once the player shoots par (36) from 25 yards, they back up to 50 yards, and so on, until they are shooting even par (36) from the full tee box. All progress of the golfers is tracked in the Operation 36 Coaching Platform.
It is a fun way to learn to play golf for the beginner, and solves pace of play issues for the facility, while growing rounds of golf. This program is now taught by nearly 700 coaches across the world at over 475 facilities with over 30,000 golfers.
Andrew Strom DOO,