Irish Golfer Digital+

Wednesday 28th November 2018

Issue link: http://digital.irishgolfer.ie/i/1056611

Contents of this Issue

Navigation

Page 1 of 37

SUBSCRIBE WEDNESDAY 28.11.18 WWW.IRISHGOLFER.IE CONTENTS AGENDA COLUMNS & OPINIONS PREVIEW THIS WEEK'S EVENTS NEW GEAR THE LATEST KIT REVEALED WEEKLY ROUNDUP THE LATEST GOLF NEWS VIDEO OF THE WEEK Digital Editor: Peter Finnan peter@matchplaymedia.ie Tel: 01 5036099 Print Editor: John Shortt john@matchplaymedia.ie Tel: 01 5036090 Sub Editor: John Craven CONTACT US Match Play Media Disclaimer: Copyright Match Play Media 2018. The publisher cannot accept responsibility for, nor do they agree with any of the views expressed, statements or claims made in any article, news items or advertisement published in this magazine. WWW.IRISHGOLFER.IE Publishers: Match Play Media Limited, G13, Maynooth Business Campus, Maynooth, Co. Kildare Contributors: Ivan Morris, Kevin Markham, Bernie Maguire, Paul Kelly, Paul Gallagher, Niall O'Shea, John Craven, Mary Doyle, Mark McGowan, Donal 'Doc' Hughes, GolfCentralDaily, Liam Kelly Design: EMCreative.ie Photography: Getty Images, Golffile, R&A, Pat Cashman, USGA Peter Finnan, on behalf of the team It's not just what you buy, but where you buy it that can make a big difference I t's that time of the year again, Santa is checking his lists and friends and families are thinking of what to buy for their loved ones. This year we'd like to ask you to take a minute to consider not just what you're buying, but where you're buying it from. Yes, there are plenty of deals online and that's a pretty convenient way to do things these days, but think about what that's doing to your local community and particularly to your local PGA professional. We're not saying that you should only buy local, but if you make a conscious decision to buy say 20% locally you'd make a big difference in your community and you'd be supporting people who are always there for you when you need them. Your local PGA Professional is facing into another hard winter and would welcome you with open arms into their shop. They're usually happy to do a deal with you, have you as a customer and you'll be making a positive contribution not only to your local area but to the game you love (not to mention keeping the golfer in your life happy). So please, take a minute to think about where your hard earned Euros are being spent over the coming weeks and try to support local businesses wherever you can. 'TIS THE SEASON

Articles in this issue

Links on this page

Archives of this issue

view archives of Irish Golfer Digital+ - Wednesday 28th November 2018