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2015 Golf Trends: Employing Creative Programs and Service Excellence

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Golf continues to adapt in 2015 – increasingly pushing traditional boundaries and embracing change in the form of non-traditional wrinkles – generating an upcycle in the industry. 

Golf Board is a prime example. A club-carrying vehicle that allows golfers to play the game and “Surf the Earth” simultaneously, it appeals to people with a sense of adventure, those who like to try new things, younger people, course operators who want their property to stand out from the crowd and more. 

Others include Foot Golf (a hybrid of golf and soccer), Glow Golf (golf in the dark), Top Golf, the VPAR Live Scoring app and many others.

Getting and keeping customers is invigorating course owners and operators to adjust, re-invent and add to their services.

 

On the garden-like Hawaiian island of Kauai, for example, courses are creating unique programs for golfers and non-golfers, such as Sunrise Yoga and Sunset Cart Tours at Princeville Makai, a Practice-and-Play Package at Poipu Bay and the Get Fit Club at Puakea.

 

The common denominator of these Kauai golf-and-resort offerings are creative programs born from customer feedback and behavior.

 

 

 

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