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November 2017

A Week to Remember

aweektoremember.jpg‭It can often be a frightening proposition to host a big event for the first time. Golf course owners and operators know this feeling all too well. “Will this fail? Maybe it’ll work? How can I know for sure?” Think back to all the new ideas you’ve implemented at your facility. Do you remember how rewarding it felt when a creative, fresh idea took off and succeeded? Thanks to you, the golf course industry—the owner and operator, especially—the NGCOA knows that feeling, too. Thank you for a wonderful Golf Business TechCon!

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