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Bill Dreger - nonstopGOLF
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November newsletter from nonstopGOLF. Black Friday golf sale, Fall savings on TrackMan Swing Assessments & Guided Practice packages, free e-book: "Simple Golf Tips".

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Once a competitor, always a competitor. http://golfdig.st/1hxAgQH
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New post on the nonstopGOLF blog: defining realistic expectations. 

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Awesome
His swing might not be pretty, but it's effective. Matt Every's win today secured him a spot at the Masters. http://golfdig.st/NHPriL 

Hey Matt, you've got two weeks to get ready!
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Backspin for sale! New blog post at nsG. #backspin  

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Here's the latest newsletter from nonstopGOLF - WIN a golf getaway to Kokanee Springs, downswing sequencing tip, upper back mobility tip and more. #calgarygolflessons

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We are pleased to announce that again in 2014 "kids play free" is back on The Ridge (with a paid adult green fee). http://ow.ly/tmMiZ

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Here's a little excerpt from the upcoming nonstopGOLF newsletter, hitting an inbox near you in the next week or so.

"Any sport or activity you could name comes with certain barriers to entry for would-be new participants. Things like time and cost come immediately to mind. Golf certainly presents these obstacles - and many others. Too many rules, a perceived elitist atmosphere, a culture that has not evolved with the times... the list goes on. As a result, golf, as an industry, has been flat lining for a number of years now. Enter "hackgolf". It's an initiative fired up by Mark King, CEO of Taylor Made Golf, with a goal of breathing new life into the game - and the business - of golf. It essentially seeks to crowdsource new ideas for attracting and retaining new players by asking you, the golfer, how we can make the game more accessible and fun. Personally, I think this concept gathering ideas right from the "battleground"  is one of the most positive things to happen in golf in a very long time. If you have opinions about where our game is headed, here's a chance to say your piece - and even if you consider yourself more of a passive observer, there's some very interesting reading on the site. Well worth a look.
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