Golf News for Wednesday, May 21, 2014 | Courses

Eagle Golf celebrates National Golf Day with three new programs

DALLAS -- With National Golf Day set for May 21, Dallas-based Eagle Golf aims to be course management company with the most to offer golfers thanks to three programs perfect for including their friends and family.

The company recently revamped its primary player development program, "Practice, Learn & Play," to make access to the game easier. Eagle Golf also offers 2-for-1 pricing for women and a "kids play free" promotion at many of its courses. Each of these programs will be available at Eagle Golf's participating courses on May 21 and beyond.

"Our new 'Practice, Learn and Play' program is an exciting opportunity for Eagle Golf and for guests at our courses," said Joe Munsch, CEO of Eagle Golf. "At Eagle Golf, we work everyday to create ways to make golf more fun and more accessible, and we feel like our player development program, women's initiative and kids play free promotion make our courses the ideal place to bring new and prospective golfers out to play."

The "Practice, Learn and Play" program, currently available at 21 Eagle courses, is designed to aid new and experienced golfers at every stage of their development. The program includes free clinics covering specific aspects of the game, unlimited range balls and discounted green fees and merchandise. Enrollment costs are affordable and vary at each facility.

The Eagle Golf Ladies 2-for-1 promotion provides an opportunity for female golfers to invite a friend to try the game for the first time at a discounted rate, an opportunity they may not receive at other courses in their area.

The Kids Play Free promotion, aimed at making family time easier for parents that golf, is offered at every Eagle Golf course and allows a child under the age of 15 to play free with a paying adult at certain times during the week. Many Eagle Golf courses also offer junior programs, summer camps and Father's Day events, which are great opportunities to bring kids out to play golf.

Eagle Golf has been in operation for more than 28 years. Based in Dallas, the company provides a full suite of golf course management services to 31 golf facilities across the country. More information can be found at

Mike Alday
Alday Communications, Inc.