Chuck holding Fox Run's golf course guides

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We love hearing from happy clients! Chuck, a Golf Course Account Manager at Bench Craft Company, recently received this letter from our partners at Fox Run Country Club in South Carolina. We’ve been printing Fox Run’s golf course guides for 6 years now. Read below to see what their Head Golf Professional, David Fels, thinks… Read more »

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It’s that time of year again! Every January 1st Americans make a resolution to improve their year. If you’re one of the 45% who resolve to better manage their weight or increase their level of fitness in 2017, consider adding golf to your weekly routine. Golf is a good way to stay fit through moderate… Read more »

the 3 best putting drills for new golfers

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The 3 Best Putting Drills for New Golfers from Bench Craft Company The 3 Best Putting Drills for New Golfers 1. Overall best putting drill for new golfers: Classic Line Drill Golf instructors recommend this putting drill because it’s simple yet highly effective. You’ll need 5 golf ball markers for this drill. If you don’t… Read more »

how to reach your target market with golf advertising

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What’s a target market? Wikipedia defines a target market as “A group of customers a business has decided to aim its marketing efforts and ultimately its merchandise towards”. In other words, it’s the group of people you want to influence to become your customers. Inexperienced business owners sometimes think everyone could be a customer and… Read more »

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Here’s a useful little Slideshare presentation we created based on this original article we wrote awhile back about reading the grain of a green. We’ve added some more useful information and clarified some tips from the first article. Hope you enjoy it and find it useful!   (Also, here’s a handy transcription) The easy guide to reading the grain of… Read more »

golf quotes for bad rounds

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We’ve all had it happen. You head out to the golf course ready to play your best round ever and – THUNK – you land in the sand. Next you hit it in the trees. Then your ball rolls on into the water and before you know it you’ve shot a 127. Hopefully these golf quotes will help… Read more »

Arizona City Golf Course

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We’d like to share this message we recently received from Scott at Arizona City Golf course: “As a golf course owner it is hard to find companies today that provide a quality product backed with excellent service. Having built, owned and managed golf courses for 47 years my family has had its ‘fair share’ of… Read more »

Christmas stocking stuffers for golfers

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Christmas is coming! If you still need to buy some stocking stuffers we’ve got you covered with our top gift ideas that golfers will love and will actually use. Because stocking stuffers need to be affordable, we kept the price limit low (near or under $20) with one big exception (which is totally worth it). Everything should fit… Read more »

golf ball flight pattern diagram

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The flight path of a golf ball is affected by 2 main factors: your swing path and the angle of your clubface as it hits the golf ball. In the past golf instructors were teaching students that swing path was the most important factor in golf ball flight patterns. Recent research analyzing thousands of golfer’s… Read more »