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Matt Weinberger

Matt is the COO and City Tour Director at Nextgengolf. During college Matt became President of the NCCGA and became instrumental in it's growth across the country. Matt is a graduate of the University of Dayton.
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Golf Help / January 20, 2017
Indoor Golf: Best Options in Cincinnati

Indoor Golf: Best Options in Cincinnati

By Matt Weinberger

Winter weather in Cincinnati can be a major obstacle when trying to stay on top of your golf game year-round.  By the time December rolls around, the cold weather makes getting in 9 or 18 holes almost impossible until March.  Luckily, there are options for keeping sharp and even having fun during the cold offseason.

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Topics: Winter Golf Golf Tips

Golf Help / December 7, 2016
Top 3 Ways to Have a Productive Driving Range Session

Top 3 Ways to Have a Productive Driving Range Session

By Matt Weinberger

 

Heading to the driving range to work on your golf game? Practice makes perfect, but you want to make sure your session at the range is productive. It can be tempting to simply swing away with the driver and call it good, but you might find your game isn't improving when you step on the actual course.

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Topics: Golf Tips Golf Practice

Golf Help / September 28, 2016
Golf Rules Quiz: Week #1

Golf Rules Quiz: Week #1

By Matt Weinberger

Each weekend NCCGA players tee it up across the country inevitably rules questions arise.  Regional Coordinators do a great job collecting all the relevant information about the situation, and then come to me to render an impartial ruling. During this process, coordinators leave out all team and player names and simply provide scenarios so a fair decision can be made. Avoiding bias is the reason we ask regional coordinators to always ask us about rulings, so there's no chance their team affiliation will influence the decision.

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Topics: golf rules

Golf Help / June 22, 2016
3 Traits of a Quality Laser Golf Rangefinder

3 Traits of a Quality Laser Golf Rangefinder

By Matt Weinberger

Over the past ten years, the use of handheld laser rangefinders has increased dramatically.  The USGA approved the usage of non-sloped laser rangefinders a number of years ago if defined as a local rule, but they continue to allow them in more and more local and national tournaments including national amateur championships starting in 2014. Before you know it, you might be seeing laser rangefinders during actual competition on the PGA Tour (though not yet). The NCCGA and City Tour allow them during tournaments, as well as most junior tours.

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Topics: golf products sponsor

Golf Help / March 21, 2016
4 reasons your club needs custom golf shirts

4 reasons your club needs custom golf shirts

By Matt Weinberger

 

There's just something about a team wearing matching custom golf shirts that really sets the tone as soon as they step on the golf course. The whole team is wearing its school colors, team logo in the corner, and other teams take notice. While there's nothing wrong with a team not having uniforms, it certainly makes a difference.

We're lucky here at Nextgengolf to be partners with Oxford Golf. The partnership means all NCCGA and City tour teams (and individuals) are able to get insane pricing on custom golf shirts. For teams that need more convincing, here's four reasons your club team should be rocking matching team gear on the course. Order Custom Golf Shirts

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Golf Help / February 26, 2015
Golf Deals: NextGenGolf 'Bags' Ogio as Partner

Golf Deals: NextGenGolf 'Bags' Ogio as Partner

By Matt Weinberger

We are very excited to announce our 2015 Official Bag partner, OGIO. When consumers think of backpacks, luggage, and custom golf bags, OGIO is often one of the first companies that comes to mind. As Nextgengolf has grown, we have tried to align ourselves with brands that not only exude quality and excellence, but that also align with our millennial golfers. OGIO, a fixture in the golf industry, represents PGA Tour players such as, Aaron Baddeley, Kevin Streelman, and Chris Stroud.

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