|The Social Golf Course
Download the eBook on Amazon for Free (Tomorrow Only)
John Hakim and I, Zeb Welborn are excited to announce that our new book, The Social Golf Course: Increasing Rounds with Social Media is now available on Amazon.
We are giving the book away for free tomorrow, Wednesday, February 26. To get your free downloadable copy, please click on the link – The Social Golf Course.
The Social Golf Course Tournament at Los Serranos Country Club on March 14, 2014
To promote the book, we are having a hard launch on March 14, 2014. We will be holding a book signing and golf event at Los Serranos Country Club in Chino Hills, CA. If you’re interested in playing in the tournament, it will be $60 which will include a round of golf and a signed copy of our book, The Social Golf Course. You must RSVP to attend this event by contacting Zeb no later than March 1, 2014.
Phone: 909 973 9089
Additional Information on The Social Golf Course
John Hakim was a guest on the Defining Success Podcast on July 22, 2013 when we discussed creating this book for the golf course industry. It’s been a lengthy and rewarding process to create this book to help educate golf courses on how to use social media to reach more customers.
David Kramer, from Los Serranos Country Club wrote the foreword to our book and in the foreword, he wrote, “I’m certain owners and operators of businesses in other industries will find an inspiring introduction to the practical benefits social media can provide for improving your relationship building with your marketplace and patrons.”
A special thank you to my Dad, Larry and my Mom, Annie for helping to edit the book. Your expertise and insights were invaluable. And to my sister, Lacey for designing the cover, formatting the book and assisting in the editing of the book.
Lastly, I’d like to thank you for being involved with us. I encourage you to download the book, rate and review it in Amazon.
There was nothing sweeter than playing golf with my Dad.
When I was attending Pepperdine College in the late 1960s, golf was a wee bit of a financial extravagance for me. So getting an invite to play with Dad was always welcomed.
He was a golf-playing lawyer then, a 10-handicapper with a smooth, self-taught swing.
He was never long off the tee, but usually pretty deadly with his irons, an original set of Pings.
My favorite memory is playing the South Course at Los Serranos with Dad and my two cousins, who were visiting us from Colorado on vacation in 1968 or ‘69. We engaged in the usual banter on the first tee about setting up our game. Besides a four-man best ball, we also agreed to paying a quarter for all pars and a buck for all birdies.
And then I blurted out, “How about $10 bucks for a hole-in-one?” Agreed.
So off we went, Dad was playing well. Had some pars, missed a few birdies putts, shot about a 42 on the front before he made the turn. It was a good day, playing golf with my Dad, that got even better on 12.
He had honors, and selected a 5 iron. He made a good swing, made solid contact, and held his follow-through as he watched the flight of his ball.
It landed on the front edge, took a little hop to the right, and rolled about 15-feet before it toppled into the hole!
Very, very cool. I saw my Dad make an ace.
The thing about the 19th Hole that day was that I don’t remember ever seeing him happier. He was smiling non-stop, and his smile grew especially wide when he made sure that my cousins and I each paid him the $10 bucks.
Dad passed away in 2009. He was 88. He had given his original Pings to Grady, one of his golf-playing grandsons, who later became a cart boy at Los Serranos.
I miss playing golf with Dad. But now I play golf with my sons.
And that is just as sweet.
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