Our game appears to be based on a status pyramid that we maybe ought to rethink.
Over the past several weeks I’ve talked about innovating with a calendar of events and activities that create playing value for golfers who are less skilled or experienced or just don’t get enough game to keep their
game together.

I have suggested you turn the traditional status pyramid on its head and that it becomes a funnel.
We need legitimate, regular events that allow these golfers to get value out on the golf course, to nurture their development.

You can see an almost identical concept at play with the LTADM model and PGA Jr League. It’s a funnel that will create a larger pool of elite golfers, but along the way the combination of age-relevant development along with a fun, social, fully-legitimized event, nurtures and develops a much larger pool of golfers.
Change “age appropriate” for “skill appropriate” and these are exactly the same concepts. And if you want to chat through just how relevant the PGA Jr League format is to your adult learners and less experienced, and even families, please speak to Brian Jacobs, at Mill Creek Golf Club in New York.

Legally Privileged Disclaimer
Internet communications are not secure and therefore RetailTribe does not accept legal responsibility for the contents of this message. The information in this email and any attachment to it is confidential and is intended for the addressee only. Any unauthorised disclosure, use or dissemination of the contents in part or whole is prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient please return it to the sender and delete it. Any views or opinions presented are solely those of the author, and do not necessarily represent those of RetailTribe unless otherwise specifically stated. This email and attachments have been screened and are believed to be free from any virus. However, it is the responsibility of all recipients to ensure that they are virus free. This email was sent to you by RetailTribe. RetailTribe will not accept any liability for any damage caused by a virus. If you no longer want to receive this email, please
unsubscribe here.