Adapting to a new generation of golfers

Golf Industry / October 23, 2018
Attending Ryder Cup in USA vs. Europe

Attending Ryder Cup in USA vs. Europe

By Matt Weinberger

If you’re debating whether or not you should go to a Ryder Cup in the future, just do it. It’s an amazing experience. I had the chance to attend the 2016 Ryder Cup at Hazeltine and also made my first trip across the pond to France in 2018. Here are a few ways the experiences differed between attending in the US vs. in Europe.

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Golf Industry / October 23, 2018
Networking - Why golf is a top networking tool

Networking - Why golf is a top networking tool

By Kris Hart

Golfers love to talk about golf, and it’s often described as an addiction or a passion. It’s no secret that golf is a very popular sport in America, especially in business communities. No matter what industry you are in, there is a good chance your company or management at the company are involved with the game of golf in some fashion. If you are looking for a secret weapon to networking, golf networking is the way to go. Here’s why:

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Golf Industry / October 16, 2018
New Srixon Z785 driver is the real deal

New Srixon Z785 driver is the real deal

By Connor Brown

Waiting for launches from your favorite club producer can be one of the most anticipated waiting periods for any golfer. When Srixon initially teased it’s new driver, I couldn't help but get excited for something that was promised to be a game changer for the brand. Seeing the feedback from tour players, golf forum communities, and ultimately the people that I trust most, Srixon ambassadors from Nextgengolf, I was sold on the idea that the new Z785 driver is the real deal.

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Golf Industry / October 9, 2018
5 things we learned from the 2017-18 PGA Tour season

5 things we learned from the 2017-18 PGA Tour season

By Oliver Mauk

This 2017-2018 PGA Tour season was a good one, with lots of fantastic golf and the return of the GOAT. Even though the new season started last week with the Safeway Open, it's not too late to look back at last season. Here are five things we learned from the PGA Tour season and how I see them panning out heading into next year. 

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Golf Industry / September 28, 2018
Millennial golf experience: Myrtle Beach World Amateur

Millennial golf experience: Myrtle Beach World Amateur

By Oliver Mauk

With 3,000 players, over a dozen courses, and a 19th hole celebration unlike any other, the Myrtle Beach World Am is the largest and most unique amateur golf tournament in the world. This year, a group of Nextgengolf players from Cincinnati headed down to enjoy the festivities. 

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Golf Industry / September 12, 2018
11 signs of a good golfer

11 signs of a good golfer

By Kris Hart

As a former caddie for 12 years you see all kinds of golfers on the course. It’s always scary when you get a loop for a new person and don’t have any idea what type of golfer they are. Between playing golf for 20 years and experiences as a caddie, there are typically some themes on the course which suggest someone might be a good golfer. If you are new to the game, want to determine if the person you are paired up with is any good or if you just want to look good on the course, below highlights 11 tell tale signs that someone is a good golfer.

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Golf Industry / September 7, 2018
Dell Technologies Championship ambassador experience

Dell Technologies Championship ambassador experience

By Luke Stull

When I arrived at TPC Boston for my ambassador experience at the Dell Technologies Championship, the shuttle dropped me right next to the range, so it didn't take long find the action. About 30 minutes after getting to Srixon’s equipment trailer, Ted Potter and his caddie walked in. Instead of asking for something exciting like a new shaft in his driver or a fresh grind on his wedges, he needed a repair to his golf bag.

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Golf Industry / August 30, 2018
Keegan Bradley Charity Classic

Keegan Bradley Charity Classic

By Oliver Mauk

Woodstock Country Club was the host of the annual Keegan Bradley Charity Classsic. Bradley is originally from the Woodstock, Vermont area, and hosts this tournament every year to support pediatric cancer research. Learn more about the event here.

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Golf Industry / August 23, 2018
Nextgengolf announces it’s newest partner: Rocket Tour Golf

Nextgengolf announces it’s newest partner: Rocket Tour Golf

By Oliver Mauk

Since 2004, Rocket Tour Golf has been designing knit covers with custom colors and logos for avid, competitive golfers.  Starting in 2018, Rocket Tour Golf will become the official head cover sponsor of Nextgengolf.

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Golf Industry / August 16, 2018
From club golfer to Tournament Director

From club golfer to Tournament Director

By Chris Mari

When I was first introduced to the National Collegiate Club Golf Association (NCCGA) and Nextgengolf, I was told that the golf industry was a small world and that you’ll run into some familiar faces. Of course, being a naive 18-year-old I brushed this to the side.

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Golf Industry / August 13, 2018
Srixon / Cleveland Golf: An evolution of the brands through our eyes

Srixon / Cleveland Golf: An evolution of the brands through our eyes

By Matt Weinberger

It was April of 2013 when Mike Dunphy, from Srixon / Cleveland Golf’s Tour Department, first attended the NCCGA National Championship at Purdue University. Mike was very accustomed to scouting and recruiting NCAA varsity golfers to the PGA Tour, but noticed something different when he paced the practice green and watched club golfers prepare for the season’s culminating national event.

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Golf Industry / August 3, 2018
Dell Technologies Championship: Labor Day in Boston

Dell Technologies Championship: Labor Day in Boston

By Kris Hart

Whether or not you are a golfer, attending a PGA Tour golf tournament is a must do for everyone. With so many options on Labor Day, I thought I would highlight why going to the Dell Technologies Championship at TPC Boston this September is a great idea for any family looking for a fun and different activity.

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Golf Industry / July 18, 2018
Benefits of playing a 2-person scramble or best ball format

Benefits of playing a 2-person scramble or best ball format

By Matt Weinberger

When we started the City tour in 2015, our goal was to identify a unique, team-based tournament format that welcomed players of all ability levels. With all the feedback we received, we implemented a competitive yet relaxed 2-person format option.

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Golf Industry / July 3, 2018
Ambassador experience at the Travelers Championship

Ambassador experience at the Travelers Championship

By Pascal Garneau

 ‘’So you flew out there?’’  ‘’Nah I drove 14 hours total Monday and Tuesday to make it."

I probably got asked that questions 10 times since returning from Cromwell, CT. Some people have difficulty understanding why a normal person would drive 7 hour straight each way to attend a PGA Tour event. For me, it never  really crossed my mind. I was more asking myself, where could I play a few holes when I arrive at 7PM on Monday evening? Even though English is my second language, I really wanted to share this experience with you and how much it meant to me.

I was never really interested in music or arts. Growing up, you would never find me playing with Legos or in the sandbox. Nope, I was building my own three-hole course in my parents’ backyard using the weed eater to cut the grass down as low as I could and crafting my own course cards. That was the kind of kid I was.

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Golf Industry / June 17, 2018
Precision Pro: Best things about the NX7 Pro

Precision Pro: Best things about the NX7 Pro

By Oliver Mauk

Nextgengolf, the NHSGA, and the NCCGA are pleased to announce our newest sponsor, Precision Pro GolfI have been using a Precision Pro rangefinder for about two years now, and I can honestly say it has improved my golf game. Here are the best things about the Precision Pro rangefinders. 

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