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Golf Business Conference 2019 Keynote Presentations

Charleston, S.C. (January 8, 2019) - The keynote and closing presentations at Golf Business Conference 2019 offer attendees remarkable stories, hilarious and helpful tutorials, unbelievable anecdotes… and the full gamut of emotions. These memorable sessions will inspire attendees personally and professionally:

  • Together We Are Limitless. Jeremy Poincenot, Inspirational Speaker, Coach and World Blind Golf Champion, shares his unique, tragedy-to-triumph experiences and guides you on how to turn challenges and obstacles into opportunities for success.
  • A Day in the Life of a Nerdy Golf Course Operator. Beth Ziesenis, Author, Your Nerdy Best Friend, humorously explains how technology fits into your life, highlights tech that streamlines tasks, and explains how to use technology already at your fingertips to make your life easier at work and home.
  • Unlocking The Hidden Value in Your Golf Facility. John King, Co-Founder, Golf Marketing University, shows how to unlock the hidden value in golf courses and how to grow your golf business.
  • Who Had the Sh*&tiest Year? And What Did You Do About It? Some of the best business decisions come out of the biggest adversity. This fun and interactive session kicks off with a panel of golf course owners/operators who share the worst things that happened this past year at their courses, how they handled it and what attendees can do to avoid the same pitfalls. Then attendees will be encouraged to share their own stories for guidance, a laugh, or a big therapeutic hug. It's a supportive and encouraging way to end the education portion of the conference.

Golf Business Conference 2019 will be held February 5-7 in San Diego, CA at the Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina. The event includes 20+ education sessions in three tracks: Operations, Marketing and Hospitality; all education sessions are eligible for continuing education units (CEUs) for Professional Golfers Association (PGA), Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA), Club Management Association of America (CMAA), and Golf Course Superintendents Association of America (GCSAA). Attendees save $100 on registration through January 21; find event details, the full education lineup and online registration at golfbusinessconference.com.

About Golf Business Conference
Golf Business Conference, hosted by the NGCOA, is the industry’s largest annual gathering of golf course owners and operators, and welcomes all courses regardless of size or type. Attendees will experience educational sessions and master classes on the most critical areas of golf course operations, a casual and fun golf outing at The Crosby Club, numerous networking opportunities, an awards banquet to recognize some of the most significant contributors to the golf industry, and so much more. Golf Business Conference also coincides with the annual Golf Industry Show, which includes exhibits, demonstrations and additional networking opportunities. Visit www.golfbusinessconference.com for more information.

About the National Golf Course Owners Association
The NGCOA is the leading authority on the business of golf course ownership and management. The association represents and promotes the interests of golf courses as the principal businesses and economic assets of the game of golf. The not-for-profit organization is the only trade association dedicated exclusively to golf course owners and operators. Through advocacy, education and information resources, purchasing programs and networking opportunities, the NGCOA helps golf course owners and operators run more successful businesses. For more information, call 1-800-933-4262.

Media Contact:
Renee Flowers
Director of Marketing and Communications, NGCOA
rflowers@ngcoa.org


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