(Source: National Golf Foundation)
The National Golf Foundation (NGF) – the industry-leading provider of information and insights into the business of golf – announces more than 100 winners from the first phase of the $100,000 American Golf Census sweepstakes.
Top-prize recipients randomly selected in golf’s largest-ever sweepstakes include D Sibley of Clifton, VA (Nike SQ Mach Speed irons), Munaff Abdul of Modesto, CA (Callaway X-20 irons), and Tom Mattus of Port Jefferson, NY (TaylorMade Burner Plus irons). Other Census participants were awarded drivers, wedges, putters, and balls from Callaway, Nike Golf, and TaylorMade.
The American Golf Census presents golfers with a unique opportunity to support the game. The information obtained from the Census will allow policymakers to better understand and, in turn, further enhance golf’s impact on the lives of millions of Americans. Census participants are automatically entered into the sweepstakes.
“I couldn’t believe it when they told me I won,” says winner D Sibley. “It took only two minutes to complete the Census and, for helping this great game, I was rewarded with new irons that are going straight in my bag.”
Grand-prize winners of dream vacations to Pebble Beach, Pinehurst, Scotland and Ireland; golf instruction at the ANNIKA Academy in Orlando, FL; and a tournament weekend in Augusta, GA will be announced on Tuesday, November 2 (Election Day). Others will win equipment from Callaway, Nike Golf and TaylorMade.
“Taking the Census is a cinch and vital to ensure the best possible future for golf,” says Dr. Joseph Beditz, President & CEO of the NGF. “Since the Census was announced a month ago, golfers from all 50 states are joining the cause.”
About the National Golf Foundation
The National Golf Foundation, founded in 1936 and based in Jupiter, Florida, is the industry’s knowledge leader on the U.S. golf economy. NGF delivers independent and objective market intelligence, insights and trends to fulfill its mission: To Keep Golf Businesses Ahead of the Game. NGF’s 4,000 member courses, clubs, associations, media, and golf-related businesses in every market segment rely on NGF research and resources to support their decision-making.
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