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Episode 22: How Monument Golf Built a Brand Around a Flagship...

This week on the podcast we had Jeff Eggen, Founder of Monument Golf. Three years ago, Jeff was a mini-tour player thinking of ways to make a few bucks. By accident, he came up with the idea for the Stick It. A magnetic rangefinder strap. Now, Monument Golf is exploding across the industry, and the team has big plans for its future. Check out this week's podcast feature to learn how Jeff and his team took an idea and turned it into an incredible business.

Episode 21: Lie + Loft – A Golf Company as Cool...

Lie + Loft is one of the most exciting start-ups to follow in golf. This week on the podcast, we had the pleasure of sitting down with the founder, Luke Davis. Lie + Loft sells some of the most eye-catching golf art you will ever see. And that is just the start of where he plans on taking the company. Luke has a fascinating journey with golf that culminated in the creation of his brand. Check out the feature and this weeks episode to learn all about it.

Episode 20: How Forbes 30 Under 30 Ishveen Anand is Bringing...

This weeks episode featured Forbes 30 Under 30, Ishveen Anand. Ishveen is the Founder & CEO of OpenSponsorship, a platform that allows athletes and brands to connect over sponsorship opportunities seamlessly. Ishveen traveled the world as a sports agent and came to a realization. "Why is there not an Airbnb or Kayak for our industry?" Two years later, her platform is disrupting the industry with no plans of stopping soon.

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STOMP: The Mini-Series – Mental Strength

G&E Contributor, Michael Konrad, is introducing a mini-series centered around his concept of STOMP (Strength, Toughness, Optimism, Mentality, and Preparation). Over the coming months, he will be addressing how each of these concepts enhances golf performance. This week, he is talking about strength. Not the kind being displayed by Rory above. But rather mental strength. And he promises "by the end of this article you will be stronger!"

President of Colmar, Mario Colombo, Turns Passion Into Business

We had the pleasure of interviewing Mario Colombo, President of Italian clothing brand Colmar, about how his passion for the game developed into their golf apparel line. The brand is rooted in entrepreneurialism. Founded in 1923 by his grandparents, Colmar's history is as colorful as their clothing. Famous for their pass time with winter sports, Mario was determined to take their success in the snow to the lush greens of the fairway. Give our interview a read as he tells us about his life with golf, why they entered the industry, lessons learned from the family business and much more.

Psychology: The New Success of Junior Golf Programs

G&E Contributor, Michael Konrad, is back and is continuing to provide us with great insights into the psychology of golf. This time, for junior golfers. Mike dives into the importance of what a growth mindset can do for a kid as they develop. And it shows not just in their game, but in every aspect of their lives. In his article, Mike uses the Magic Valley Junior Golf Foundation as an example of an institution who is doing just that while giving young players the opportunity to work for a college scholarship.

How Jordan Sack is Building His Dream Business in Golf

We had the pleasure of interviewing Jordan Sack, Founder of the up and coming apparel brand, Tillinger. Jordan's creation came out of a self-realization. He loved golf. But the clothing didn't match his style. At this time, he was looking for an opportunity to start something of his own and saw an opening. Why not try and make a golf shirt that he would love to wear. That idea was the birth of Tillinger. Two years later, his brand is on its third batch of shirts after selling out the first two. And he has big plans for the future.

Why Michael Konrad Compares Sports Psychology for Golfers to the Vegetables You Should Eat

Introducing G&E's latest contributor, Michael Konrad and his first column titled "Eat Your Vegetables." Confused? Don't be. It is his clever way of comparing sports psychology for golfers to the vegetables you should eat. Many ignore the mental side of the game. In today's post, Mike dives into why you should do the exact opposite. Give it a read and let us know if Mike has convinced you to eat your vegetables.

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