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Golf Punk Digital Magazine Launches in U.S.

10.23am 24th June 2014 - Media

GolfPunk USA
GolfPunk USA

Golf Punk Digital has launched its digital magazine in the United States to a massive audience through GolfPunkMagazine.com. Golf Punk’s innovation and grab-bag style publication sets them apart from traditional golf magazines – their tag line states, “The Golf Mag For The Rest Of Us.”

Interactive media, video journalism, social media outreach and a youthful voice are what make up the essence of the Golf Punk universe.

With seasoned, award-winning writers from the U.K. office contributing editorial content, Golf Punk USA is primed to entertain for years to come. The magazine will fill a void in a key demographic for the golf industry – ages 18-45.

This is a lifestyle magazine, not simply a publication that follows around the Tour. The content is centered on golf and includes traditional content but also tackles fashion, travel, the lives of Tour players and the lighter side of the game. Their competitive advantage is in the relationships and aura of Golf Punk as a global journalistic force. They’re the outlier and that suits them just fine.

The three pillars of Golf Punk Digital are simple: the team is very strong – combining writers from all over the world, they are filling a huge void of the golf industry – the younger demographic and they’re creating immediate value for their readers and advertisers by bringing golf to the world as never before seen. The game is about to be flipped on its head!

Golf Punk was re-launched in 2012 on a brand-new platform as a digital magazine. It provides an alternative voice of golf, with a huge passion for the game and an ‘honesty-first’ approach. The magazine can be viewed online – tablet/smartphone apps will be available soon.

 

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