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Interview with Dan Rogers, Golf Coach, Carnegie Mellon on Golf Simulators

Posted on November 29th, 2020 by Herb Rubenstein

    Introduction I was referred to the thirty-eight year-old, Coach Dan Rogers, by Coach Peter Gyscek of Washington and Lee University.  Carnegie-Mellon had just won the men’s and women’s sections of the Savannah Invitational with its top-ranked Women’s Golf Team in Division III and its ninth-ranked Men’s Golf Team.  I told Coach Gyscek that […]

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Can Simulators Help Your College Team Win a NCAA Tournament? The Answer is Clearly YES!

Posted on July 9th, 2020 by Herb Rubenstein

            Dan Rodgers’ Carnegie Mellon Golf Teams, men and women, each won the Savannah Invitational on March 8, 9 and 10, 2020 of this covid shortened season.  I interviewed him because before this tournament, his teams in 2020 had not walked on a golf course and had only practiced in simulators. […]

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45 Ways a Simulator is Great for Training Competitive Golfers

Posted on April 27th, 2020 by Herb Rubenstein

          Based on a great interview with the Carnegie Mellon Golf Coach, Dan Rodgers, here are over 40 ways a golf simulator is a great training tool for competitive golfers.  Visit us at The Questions Presented In Advance What can you teach more quickly, more effectively, and more easily in […]

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Golf Is a Great Way To Bring People Together At An Event

Posted on October 19th, 2018 by Herb Rubenstein

          Daytime or nighttime, people gather at events around a mobile golf simulator.  Golf simulators can be stand alone items, or can be part of a golf ecosystem at the event and be surrounded by golf putting greens (mats with “holes” in them, chipping areas, nets for hitting balls, TV screens […]

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Corporate Events and Golf – Lessons from the PGA and LPGA Tours and Golf Pro Delivered

Posted on September 30th, 2018 by Herb Rubenstein

                    If you go to a PGA or LPGA golf tournament you see some of the finest golfers in the world on some of the prettiest land in the world.  OK, the food is not so great, especially for vegetarians, the cost of even a water […]

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What Can You Learn in the Five Minute Golf Lesson

Posted on September 18th, 2018 by Herb Rubenstein

Golf pros rarely give five minute golf lessons.  Most golf pros will say, teaching a golfer, beginning, intermediate or advance, anything that will improve their game in a lesson that is only five minutes start to finish is simply not possible.  Our experience at Golf Pro Delivered,, after giving nearly 10,000 five minute golf […]

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The Five Minute Golf Lesson – Corporate Events, Charity Events, Community Events

Posted on September 18th, 2018 by Herb Rubenstein

When there is a special event for 50, 100 or even several hundred people, and you have a Golf Pro Delivered Inflatable Portable Golf Simulator, most everyone will want to hit a few golf shots inside the simulator.  They will see the ball flight, curve, distance, trajectory, all simulated on an excellent screen powered by […]

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