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Callaway Rogue Driver tech concept

Does it worth to change to the new Callaway Rogue driver?

By: 2018. 01. 18.

A year ago Callaway Golf launched the Great Big Bertha Epic Driver. Now, they are launching the new Callaway Rogue Driver. I have to summarize in one sentence, what is the novelty in the new Callaway Rogue Driver…

Glenmuir Couple-Daiquiri-2018 Collection

When will Glenmuir come up with a smart clothing collection?

By: 2018. 01. 16.

The renowned Scottish golf clothing brand, Glenmuir, has just revealed its Autumn/Winter collection for 2018. Probably the most interesting feature of the collection is the g.Wick technology (RRP: £54.95). It is a lightweight performance midlayer bonded with a…

Lodge of Four Seasons

Troon won a challenging task at The Lodge of Four Seasons

By: 2018. 01. 15.

Troon has been selected at the beginning of January to manage The Lodge of Four Seasons in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri. Troon will not just oversee the operations of the 358 room resort, but will also manage the property’s…

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In the spotlight: Callaway Golf Mack Daddy 4 Wedges

By: 2018. 01. 10.

As a real 'bunker fighter' I was really interested in what can bring us the new Callaway Mack Daddy 4 Wedges. As we got used to it, just like many other golf equipment manufacturers, Callaway Golf is bringing…

Foremost Elite Marketing Programme personalization

How is Foremost embracing the personalization trend?

By: 2018. 01. 09.

The need for personalization of offers, online experience, services, products, and communication is not a totally new trend. When we get a personalized service or product it means the marketer treats us well as individuals. Such approach can lead…

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What is the importance of pollinators in a golf club?

By: 2018. 01. 08.

I have just found that in the last couple of years there is a severe decline in the number of such pollinators like wild bees, honeybees. The bumblebee numbers have declined by 70% over the past 40 years with three species…