Awesome Success Story #BusinessGolf

Awesome success story. One of our clients who wasn’t even playing golf 3 years ago is now hitting it with big wigs at Cisco and Microsoft. #BusinessGolf

Business Golf

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Business Tycoons and Who Introduced Them To Golf

32 CEOs interviewed forTwo Good Rounds Titans: Leaders in Industry & Golf 

A few of them share how they were introduced to golf- Click HERE for the full article.

Scott Seifferlein

Founder Business Golf Mastermind Group

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Business Golf With Music-Industry Heavyweights

They gamble, they schmooze, and they forge multimillion-dollar relationships at country clubs with six-figure initiation fees. Find out which music industry tycoons play golf for business and which ones save business for after the round. Click HERE for the article.

Scott Seifferlein

Founder Business Golf Mastermind

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10 Reasons Why Golf Is The Ultimate Business Tool

Ten Reasons Golf Will Always Be the Ultimate Business Tool! Click Here- Why Golf is The Ultimate Business Tool

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Get the Golf Breakthrough You Need to Land More Sales

If you’ve been struggling to close enough sales and you’d like a major breakthrough, then I’d like to invite you to take advantage of a special, “Golf Client Acquisition Session” personal, one-on-one coaching session where we will work together to…

  • Clarify your vision and goals on acquiring ideal clients playing golf
  • Uncover hidden challenges that may be sabotaging your success on the golf course (we’ll pinpoint specific areas that cause breakdowns in the sales process so you can make immediate changes)
  • Upgrade your Golf skills and hit the ball as straight as you can point
  • Leave this session renewed, re-energized, and inspired to break your personal sales records and enjoy a great income.

If you’d like to take advantage of this very special, very limited, and totally FREE 30 minute “Golf Client Acquisition Session” coaching session, message Scott@GrandRapidsGolfLesson.com and answer the questions below…

How long have you had your current position?

 What kind of product/service do you offer?

 What are your revenue goals for the next 12 months?

 What were your revenues from the last 12 months? (ballpark)

 What do you see as the major challenges holding you back from exceeding your business goals?

 On a scale of 0-10, how important is it for you to overcome your challenges and achieve your goals today?

Have you played golf for business?

What is your golf handicap?

What is the best phone number to reach you?

 

Check off the areas you’d like to work on…

___ Finding a Great Prospect List

___ Prospecting

___ Assessing Needs

___ Presenting Your Offer

___ Overcoming Objections

___ Closing the Deal

___ Getting Referrals & Up-Selling

___ Tee Shots

___ Irons

___ Chipping/Pitching/Bunkers

___ Putting

___ Conversations for Business Golf

___ Other

Since we’re making this offer for the first time right now and we don’t know how intense the response will be, we can’t guarantee a coaching session for everyone.

We’ll take as many people as we can and then start a waiting list. When you reply you can expect to get contacted by our team to schedule your session within the next 3 business days.

If you don’t hear from us, it means we’ve received more requests than we can handle right now and if something opens up we’ll get in touch with you at a later time.

Again, to take advantage of this offer, simply message Scott@GrandRapidsGolfLesson.com and answer the questions listed above.

Your partner in business golf success,

Scott Seifferlein

PS: The sooner you send us your answers, the more likely you are to get a session.

Would You Take A Pro’s Long Game or Short Game? Two Live Case Study Results

Case Study #1 

Test Subjects

Pro-  Teaching Pro Scott Seifferlein. Handicap 2

Amateur- Tom. Average Score of 110

Player Facts: Pro Av. Drive 250, Am Av. Drive 180

Golf Course Slope Rating 142

Golf Course Distance 6,322

Holes Played 13

Rules of Engagement: Amateur uses pro’s long game and scores in for pro inside of 50 yards. Amateur using pro’s short game and Pro scores in for amateur inside 50 yards.

Outcome:

Am using pro’s short game score = 83 w/ 21 putts over 13 holes

Am using pro’s long game score = 58 w/27 putts over 13 holes

Stats:

Pro Fairways- 70%

Am Fairways- 20%

Pro GIRs- 61.5%

Am GIRs- 0%

Of 83 strokes w/ pro finishing amateur ball 48 were amateur strokes outside of 50 yards and 35 were pro strokes inside of 50 yards.

Of 58 strokes w/ am finishing pro ball 24 were pro strokes outside of 50 yards and 34 were am strokes inside of 50 yards.

Conclusion: Amateur benefits significantly more using pro’s long game than using pro’s short game in this initial case study.

Variables: This conclusion would certainly vary depending on the handicap of the amateur, the am’s strengths and weaknesses, difficulty of the course, familiarity of the course and many other factors.

Pro Comments-  In this case study the golf course was difficult (142 slope rating) and had multiple water hazards which the amateur donated a half dozen golf balls. Throw out the three water holes and the score would have been 53 to 45, still in favor of using the pro’s long game but much closer. I personally felt my short game could have been sharper and that would have reduced the score from 83 down to 80 or 79 but it is also of interest how the amateur missed in many locations where I had to hit lob shots out of poor sidehill lies.  It is significantly easier to chip and pitch off the long game miss of the pro player vs. chipping and pitching off the long game miss of the amateur player.

Case Study #2

Test Subjects

Pro-  Teaching Pro Scott Seifferlein. Handicap 2

Amateur- Scott. League Handicap 18

Player Facts: Pro Av. Drive 250, Am Av. Solid Drive 230

Golf Course Slope Rating 129

Golf Course Distance 5,989

Holes Played 18

Rules of Engagement: Amateur uses pro’s long game and scores in for pro inside of 50 yards. Amateur using pro’s short game and Pro scores in for amateur inside 50 yards.

Outcome:

Am using pro’s short game score = 95 w/ 29 putts

Am using pro’s long game score = 80 w/ 36 putts

Stats:

Pro Fairways- 43%

Am Fairways- 21%

Pro GIRs- 59%

Am GIRs- 11%

Of 95 strokes w/ pro finishing amateur ball, 49 were amateur strokes outside of 50 yards and 46 were pro strokes inside of 50 yards. Pro was 37.5% on up and down conversions inside of 50 yards playing off of Amateur’s ball.

Of 80 strokes w/ am finishing pro ball 35 were pro strokes outside of 50 yards and 45 were am strokes inside of 50 yards. Am was 33% on up and down conversions inside of 50 yards playing off of Pro’s ball.

Conclusion: Amateur benefits significantly more using pro’s long game than using pro’s short game in this case study.

Variables: This conclusion would certainly vary depending on the handicap of the amateur, the am’s strengths and weaknesses, difficulty of the course, familiarity of the course and many other factors.

Pro Comments-  In this case study the golf course was of average difficulty with much out of bounds left. The Amateur self admitted his tee shot game was below average and suffering more left hooks than usual. This resulted in 5 stroke and distance penalties for lost balls and out of bounds, two lateral hazard penalties and 2 punch out sideways penalties. That is 14 penalty strokes. The pro also had a case of the duck hooks but medicated more properly and only suffered 2 stroke and distance penalties, 1 water ball and 1 punch out. However, even throwing out all penalty shots and punch outs for both the amateur and pro, the score would still have been in favor of using the pro’s the long game 74 to 81. I personally felt my short game could have been sharper and that would have reduced the score from 95 down to 92 or 91 but it is also of interest how the amateur missed in many locations where I had to hit difficult pitches and lob shots to short side hole locations. It is significantly easier to chip and pitch off the long game miss of the pro player vs. chipping and pitching off the long game miss of the amateur player.

Scott Seifferlein

www.GrandRapidsGolfLesson.com

How I Played The Best Golf Of My Life At Age 70 – The Mike Griffee Story

My name is Mike Griffee. When I was about 25, friends

Best Golf At The Age of 70

Best Golf At The Age of 70

suggested I take up golf. My first warning should have come
with the fact that the word golf contains four letters. But I
bravely accepted my friends’ invitations.

The first shot of my first game was…

to read the rest of Mike’s Story click Mike Griffee Golf Story

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