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We Are Golf

On April 26, hundreds of golf industry professionals converged on Washington, D.C., for a celebration in our nation’s capital called “National Golf Day.” Organized by the World Golf Foundation and branded “We Are Golf,” this annual event not only provides a showcase for the industry, but also the opportunity to educate and discuss important topics and issues with elected officials. As a major economic force inside the U.S. economy—contributing more than $68 billion and impacting 2 million jobs—our united voices were heard.

Representatives from a variety of golf organizations, including the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America, National Golf Course Owners Association, The First Tee, Club Managers Association of America, as well as GolfNow and Golf Channel, took part. This year, more than 200 meetings with members of Congress and the Senate took place inside their offices surrounding the Capitol building. Among the issues discussed were legislation regarding golf and the environment (Clean Water Rule, and Pesticide General Permits), labor (H-2B Returning Worker Exemption and reform), and health (PHIT Act the expands the IRS definition of medial expense to physical activity).

The early morning kickoff to National Golf Day commenced with an introduction by World Golf Foundation CEO Steve Mona, who recognized several notable personalities supporting the event, including Olympic gold medalist Dan Jansen, who presented the fitness benefits of golf; and PGA Tour player Billy Hurley III. Golf Channel’s Michael Breed hosted a closest-to-the-pin golf simulator contest while doling out a few swing tips in the process.

Chantel McCabe interview at 2017 Naitonal Golf Day

Golf Channel reporter Chantel McCabe interviews U.S. Rep. Paul Mitchell of Michigan on National Golf Day.


GolfNow’s “Imagery” polishes course websites and other marketing communications

With golfers searching for places to play on laptops, mobile phones and tablets, the need to portray the uniqueness of your course is more critical than ever. Nothing showcases your layout and amenities like high-quality photography and videography, and GolfNow has a way to capture your course looking its best.

From signature course features to stunning panoramas, GolfNow’s professional photo and video service provides you with high-quality imagery and videos that can make your website, social media, emails and everything else stand out.

If you were to contract an experienced course photographer for quality shots with full usage rights, you might expect to pay upwards of $20,000, and that doesn’t even include the high-resolution aerial video.

But for less than the cost of one golf car in your fleet — and with many more ways to pay for it — you can have 5-6 professional photos and a minute or more of video showing your course in all its glory.

Contact your GolfNow representative to find out how we can help make your course stand apart. Learn more about our Imagery service at

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