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No time for ‘The Miserables’

January 11th, 2013

Judging by the number of news stories that have come my way this week, the golf business has gone back to work refreshed and reinvigorated, ready for what will undoubtedly be a challenging year. Many courses are closed as is normal at this time; even at those which remain open, playable hours are very limited, but with BTME in Harrogate, The PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, and The Golf Industry Show in San Diego all fast approaching I can already detect a mood of anticipation coupled with excitement.

At each of these events there are excellent opportunities for educational enlightenment and personal development, coupled with the annual stimulation of enthusiasm that comes from exchanging ideas with colleagues and networking with industry professionals. This is no time to be downhearted (but I’m looking forward to seeing the movie!).

Geoff Russell, Editor.

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  2. Patrick Reed signs for Castore sportswear
  3. 2023 Ryder Cup venue unveils new-look course
  4. Golf mourns the passing of Jock MacVicar, ‘doyen’ of Scottish golf journalism
  5. EA Sports partners with Augusta for new video game
  6. Murrayshall announces new hospitality appointment
  7. Worldwide Golf Brands Appoints Medi8 Golf
  8. New book celebrates Seve’s ‘life through the lens’
  9. Wales Golf appoints new Chair
  10. Magical Masters Memories of Golf’s Greatest Player-Caddie Team

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