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Golf Inc. re-launches website with digital issues access

12.05am 29th November 2007 - Media

Golf Inc. magazine re-launched its website, providing readers with direct access to the industry-leading magazine’s digital issues. Every month, will include access to the latest digital issue, and an audio interview with an industry leader. Visitors can access past digital issues through the archives page of the site.

“Our digital readership is growing at a brisk pace, and this website gives readers access to the latest issue, as well as archived issues,” said Jack Crittenden, president of Golf Inc. “Golf Inc. is growing internationally, and we believe digital readership will continue to grow now that we are adding video news stories into our magazines.”

More than 2,600 golf course developers and owners read the October digital issue. Almost 50% of the readers were from outside the United States. The magazine’s circulation manager expects digital readership to top 4,000 by the summer.

In addition to links to the digital issues, the new site also includes an update on new projects in development, a page listing golf courses for sale and access to the Golf Inc. Conference website. This month’s audio interview, Conversations with Golf Inc., features an interview with Henry Delozier of Pulte Homes.

The site also includes easy access for interested readers to sign up for a free digital subscription or a paid print subscription.

Golf Inc., which has provided developers and golf course owners with news and insight since 1991, has expanded readership internationally over the past year. The more than 1,000 readers overseas are almost exclusively developers of new projects. But, subscriptions will soon be offered to golf course owners overseas as well.

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