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By now you have likely heard about Golf Is Good, our campaign designed to reshape the image of golf in the minds of elected officials, prospective golfers and the public at large.
CGCOA members will soon have access to a PDF version of the document, including a spot for adding the course logo. In the coming weeks, this document will be distributed to each legislative office, water district and local governing body in the state.
Subsequent phases of the Golf Is Good campaign will include alternate messaging promoting golf’s many other benefits, such as fitness, community resource, neighborhood property values, recreation, and more. It is our intention that eventually the campaign will be aimed at non-golfers, with a message encouraging them to give golf a try.
Please help us spread the word that Golf Is Good by displaying our sign within your course!
CGCOA Members, you can now view recordings of our recent webinars Longleaf Tee Initiative: Increasing Golfer Enjoyment and Course Playability For All Ages and Skillsets and The New Tax Code: Your Guide to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 in our Members Only section here.
Additional resources related to each webinar are also available.
If you have any questions regarding The New Tax Code, please directly contact Ron Zraick, Director, Petrinovich Pugh & Company LLP, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (408) 200-9024.
If you have any questions regarding the Longleaf Tee Initiative, please contact Peter Kaufmann, Program Coordinator, American Society of Golf Course Architects Foundation, at Peter@asgca.org or (262) 786-5960.
In order to access the Members Only section of the website, you will need to be an active CGCOA member and log in with the email address associated with your CGCOA membership. If you have issues or need help, please contact CGCOA Executive Director Marc Connerly at email@example.com to check on your membership status.