Following extensive marketing and social media campaigns over the past 18 months, MyGolfRanking is delighted to report that growth has continued apace, with well over 1,100 golf clubs now registered – 300 in the first half of 2016 alone – as word continues to spread about the potential benefits to golf clubs and their members of this expertly designed and accurate ranking service, available free to club golfers everywhere
Until MyGolfRanking was launched, it was only elite players who were able to truly judge their performances against others, but MyGolfRanking’s ingenious system, created by the mathematical brainpower behind The R&A/USGA World Amateur Golf Ranking (WAGR), changed all that, using similar calculations to WAGR to generate performance rankings that can accurately differentiate between handicap golfers right across the globe. Over the past year, in excess of 100,000 golfers at registered clubs have earned MyGolfRanking points, with the lead constantly changing hands.
MyGolfRanking remains the only performance ranking system for ordinary club golfers, and crucially requires no outlay or significant work on the part of participating clubs or members, turning the quest to accurately assess performance among club golfers everywhere from pipedream to reality.
Golf clubs can register free on the www.MyGolfRanking.net website. They will then be allocated a dedicated home page, where members can see how they’re faring against others locally, regionally, nationally or globally, with extensive use of Facebook and Twitter bringing the whole experience to life.
“Our original vision was to have MyGolfRanking adopted around the world as the truly global golfing social network,” says creator and founder, David Moir. “We are very pleased that our original vision is becoming reality, with the number of new clubs registering with us continuing to grow on a daily basis as more and more of them recognise how MyGolfRanking can satisfy the competitive nature of their members, many of whom are eager to pit themselves against their peers in their desire to outrank all others at their club and beyond.”