Garner, NC—North Carolina-based golf player development program, Operation 36, announces an upcoming webinar with special guests to discuss: “How to Handle an Explosion of Growth with Your Golf Programs.”
Operation 36, Co-founder, Ryan Dailey will be hosting the webinar to provide practical advice for golf professionals who are experiencing a sudden boom in their golf programs.
Dailey will be joined with three additional golf professionals who are successfully running programs that have seen a rapid increase: Jake Martin of Big Spring Country Club; Christopher Westerdahl of Sterling Country Club; and Ryne Burnett of Kenwood Country Club.
Ryan Dailey said, “The game of golf has a chance to come out of this pandemic in a stronger position than many of the other sports or activities. Golf is fortunate that it can adjust and adapt with minimal effect to the basic structure of the game. Throughout the Operation 36 community, we are seeing many golf professionals experience a spike in their programs. This training is designed to help those who are seeing higher numbers in their programs, but want to navigate this environment in a safe, effective way. We will also cover how to effectively communicate with golfers and families, as well as managing your team during this time.”
The workshop will be hosted online, on June 24th at 8:00 p.m. EST. It is designed to provide strategies that will be useful to all golf professionals, even those not in the Operation 36 program.
Space is limited to 100 guests, and those who are interested may grab their seat through this free registration: https://tinyurl.com/Op36GrowthWebinar
About Operation 36
Operation 36 has become the standard for introducing any beginner to the game, including adults. It is now taught by over 700 coaches across the world at over 525 golf facilities with over 34,000 happy golfers.
The Operation 36 mission is to create 1 million new golfers over the next five years, and they want to help coaches with introducing new golfers and retaining them for the long term.
DOO, Operation 36