We’re back with another giveaway!
Simply go to our Facebook page and click on comment and tell us your favorite #DonaldRoss designed golf course.
The comment with the most likes and shares wins! It’s that easy. A little Donald Ross History; In 1909 the golfing Shriners rented the farm from George Cox in order to build a nine-hole golf course. No amateur golf architect for them—no, indeed. Nothing would do but that they bring in the best—and best-known—course designer in America, Donald Ross. Ross, who was born in Dornoch, Scotland, and had learned the craft of course design there and at St. Andrews, had established his reputation on the strength of his outstanding layouts at Pinehurst, North Carolina, as well as local favorites Jeffersonville Golf Club and Aronomink.
Once you’ve entered be sure to share with all of your friends. Their likes and shares could lead you to victory!
This contest is not associated with or endorsed by Facebook.
Contest ends, wait for it, on Leap Day!
Random, but we thought it was cool!
Our Golf ClubSox contest giveaway was a huge success, and we have a more than happy winner! We’re thinking that’s the way a contest should go. Here’s what our winner had to say!
“Thanks for the awesome Head Cover. It looks awesome on my driver and is super high quality! Look forward to using this when the weather warms up!”
– Tyler Johnson
And to put a little icing on the contest cake, here are some pretty impressive Facebook numbers for a contest that was only online for one week. Our Facebook page had 1,753 sets of eyeballs on it during the contest, along with 68 post clicks, 13 shares, 11 likes, 11 comments and the cherry on top…15 new likes for our page, which is a good number for page that had a little more than 500 when the contest started. All of that and we haven’t even added up all of our shares and favorites on Twitter.
Our next contest giveaway, which will start in February, will be a foursome to Lulu Country Club.
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Winter is almost here, although you wouldn’t know it as we’re about to hit 70 degrees Christmas Eve here in PA. We’ll take it, but we also know it’s not going to last. As great as this fall has been for extra rounds, we know January and February will not be as kind. So, without further ado, we offer, thanks to our good friends over at GolfSmith, some practice tips for the winter to keep your game sharp!