Updated 1998 Edition -- All New Articles. Many segments of the golf industry are moving rapidly into cyberspace. This collection of 99 articles covers electronic bulletin boards, the Internet, the World Wide Web, a other online networks. There is a list of golf related sites on the Web. How associations are using the Web is also reported. Some of the topics covered are: trademark interest in cyberspace, marketing on the net, the Turfgrass Information File, the Electronic qClearinghouseq, marketing on the net, GolfLink a lightning protection, interactive kiosks, golf contests on the Internet, connecting to the Internet, a recruiting online. This is a NGF InfoPac publication. InfoPacs are bound collections of full-text articles, compiled a copied from various golf industry magazines, newsletters, a journals.The experts say golf clubs, shafts, custom-fitting programs and distribution methods will be noticeably different when Dick Clark bids adieu to the century that ... aquot;I dona#39;t think titanium will be passe, but we dona#39;t know, aquot; says Callaway Golf CEO Ely Callaway. ... The golf industry has to be careful it doesna#39;t start relying on materials that drive the price of clubs to the point that only Donald Trump can afford them.
|Title||:||The Golf industry online|
|Author||:||National Golf Foundation|
|Publisher||:||Natl Golf Foundation - 1995|