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High-Caliber Technology and Great Products Featured at the FootJoy National Sales Meeting

Posted by Ken Reynolds on: June 1, 2012

Our PGA TOUR Simulators are employed by clients and golf enthusiasts for an array of reasons, from strictly entertainment to golf game improvement. The following entry, written and adapted from aboutGolf dealer Ken Reynold's own blog, highlights yet a new, and unique, way our technology is being utilized by the golf industry.

Tom Fazio: In His Own Words

Posted by Tom Fazio on: May 3, 2012

The following interview was produced by LINKS Magazine for the new publication “Fazio Premier Clubs.”

Top Five Warm-ups/Stretches for Every Golfer

Posted by Karen Palacios-Jansen on: March 8, 2012

For many of you, you used to be able to hop out of the car, go straight to the first tee and rip a drive down the middle of the fairway.

We Put a Golf Simulator … Where?

Posted by Ed Kanine on: March 2, 2012

Just two weeks ago I had the privilege of installing a golf simulator on the legendary Stargazer/Golf Yacht … Did I mention that we set it up on the helipad?

Leading the Way With Technology

Posted by Chuck Faust on: February 16, 2012

If you are reasonably familiar with aboutGolf, you know we are committed to staying at the forefront of technology and offering the best experience to our customers. Essentially, our biggest investment each year is committed to the development of new technologies and enhancement of existing ones.

All That Data

Posted by Chuck Winger on: January 27, 2012

Five years ago, I visited Top Ten Instructor Mike Malaska. Throughout the visit, I intended to show Mike the launch monitor and balance plate technologies aboutGolf was distributing …

No Question About It

Posted by Sandra Palmer on: January 6, 2012

When I first arrived on the LPGA Tour 1964, there were not many choices for women – female golfers played with whatever the golf manufacturer sent them …

Another Designer Favorite – 2011 CEDIA Tradeshow Booth

Posted by John Anderson on: November 18, 2011

Aside from the from the fact that we built the booth to feel and look like a high-end home complete with a seating area, a bar, a bookcase, can lighting and decorative ceiling, the space needed to be capable of being reconstructed in only two days time.

John's Favorite Commerical Installation

Posted by John Anderson on: November 4, 2011

Last week I discussed a home installation that brought new opportunities to think outside the box, and now I will share a commercial installation that was equally challenging.

aG Designer Favorites: John's Most Memorable Job

Posted by John Anderson on: October 28, 2011

While I enjoy a good challenge, there are times when I want to kick myself for saying, “If you can swing a club in your space, we can make a golf simulator work.”