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Global Golf Post launches enhanced digital offering

1.55pm 9th January 2019 - Media - This story was updated on Wednesday, January 9th, 2019

Digital golf news brand Global Golf Post has launched a new website, Global Golf Plus +, that promises to deliver quality golf journalism produced by the publication’s experienced staff of writers, editors and contributors.

The website will feature no advertising, but will require readers to pay a $7 monthly subscription fee, or an annual fee of $60. Global Golf Post will continue to publish its free, weekly digital magazine each Monday in North America and Europe. On the other six days of the week, Global Golf Post+ will publish two new content pieces per day.

Jim Nugent, Global Golf Post’s founder and publisher, said: “We are going to deliver original, premium-quality content that you cannot find anywhere else, along with an exceptional user experience. Global Golf Post+ will deliver compelling stories and original reporting on the worlds of professional and amateur golf, golf course design and architecture. It will also showcase several long-form feature articles each year.”

Nugent added: “Informed golf journalism has been in our DNA since we launched ten years ago. With Global Golf Post+, we will be able to deliver more quality content on a daily basis. We believe that the combination of great golf journalism, excellent user experience, and the Global Golf Post brand will prove to be a compelling offer for serious golfers around the world.”

Steve Eubanks, a veteran golf journalist and longtime Global Golf Post senior writer, will serve as content editor of the new site.

Subscribers can receive a free 14-day trial offer equating to an introductory price of $60 annually (25 percent off the basic price). A trial subscription offer can be found at


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