aG isn’t acting as a sponsor this year at the 2020 PGA Merchandise Show, but a few of us are still attending. We’d love to meet up with you (more on that below).
aG is focused with laser-like precision on the mission of our business and investing in new product innovation. aG is committed to giving you a true-to-life golf experience and the most accurate data possible. We provide a golf and entertainment platform that appeals to all ages and skill levels. This includes a mobile app to give you constant access to your data, and the ability to connect with people who love golf as much as you do.
We make access to Modern Golf simple and seamless. People are able to play anytime, anywhere, and in any season. But as technology evolves, so must the user experience.
While our product engineers are busy innovating, those of us hailing from Washington State are thrilled to leave behind our SAD lamps and bask in the actual sun. Seriously, we’ve forgotten what it looks like.
When we’re not soaking up rays, the PGA Show in Orlando promises to keep us busy. We’re taking a break from packing our sunscreen to share the five things we’re most excited about.
PGA Show Demo Day
At the PGA show, new products are a given. But can we field test them ourselves?
Yes, we can!
Golf accessory leaders will be at Demo Day showcasing their innovations, and we’re not going to resist an excuse to try the newest golf clubs.
We think the PGA Professional skill demonstrations will draw the biggest crowds, but the complementary headgear may be a close second. We know people love their SWAG.
PGA Show Instructional Session: Principles of Effective Teaching (and Learning) Through the Internet
The PGA Show education tracks are impressive this year!
We’re looking forward to Trillium Rose sharing her considerable experience. She has been recognized by Golf Digest and the LPGA for her teaching and is a US Kids Master Instructor.
We believe technology leads to improvement and engagement, and we’re eager to hear her take.
PGA Show Instructional Session: Leadbetter Kids - Youth Development
We’ve been watching David Leadbetter Golf’s approach to hooking kids on the sport with interest. They use games throughout the course to improve skills and keep golf fun.
As people who like the occasional Galactic Greens or aG Cornhole™ interoffice competition, we appreciate this method and want to learn more.
Getting kids engaged with the game is the key to golf’s future.
When I think of golf, fashion doesn’t come to mind. Fashion isn’t even golf-adjacent.
Let’s face it, our typical attire is functional, and the colors are loud.
But we’re open to trying new things.
aG will be checking out Bailey Mosier’s emcee talent, and what top designers envision for the modern golfer.
Last but not least, aG is looking forward to meeting new people! Are you passionate about Modern Golf? Are you interested in learning how gamification is improving players around the globe? Drop us a line on social media.
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