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Saturday, January 25, 2014

We Are Golf Explains Value of the Game

There's more to golf than just a walk in the park--a lot more, according to WE ARE GOLF, an industry coalition that communicates the economic, charitable and environmental impact of golf, as well the health and wellness benefits of the game and the affordability and accessibility of golf to members of Congress, the Executive Branch and regulatory agencies.

The organization recently launched a redesigned website with increased functionality, social media interactivity and streamlined navigation.  The site is meant to be a portal for industry updates. WE ARE GOLF collaborated closely with the Club Managers Association of America, Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA), National Golf Course Owners Association, The PGA of America and World Golf Foundation on content creation, multimedia needs and design optimization.

“As industry stakeholders, the new WE ARE GOLF website is an engaging tool to inform Congressional leaders, political staffers and the general public about the positive impact our sport has on society,” says Rhett Evans, WE ARE GOLF Chairman and CEO of the GCSAA. “Golf supports nearly two million jobs across the nation with a nearly $69 billion economic impact and this website helps tell the story of how the game is making a difference at the local, regional and national levels.”

To visit the new site, go to www.wearegolf.org.

The goal of WE ARE GOLF is to ensure that laws and regulations that impact the golf industry are fair and appropriate to an industry that generates nearly $70 billion in economic impact annually, employs close to two million Americans and generates nearly $4 billion in charitable giving each year.

Among many other books, Dave Donelson is the author of Weird Golf: 18 tales of fantastic, horrific, scientifically impossible, and morally reprehensible golf

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