At Golfweek, we want our readers and the industry to know that we are doubling down on our commitment to covering all aspects of golf travel, and in a variety of ways.
Orlando, Fla. (PRWEB) November 07, 2014
Golfweek is leveraging its unrivaled expertise in the world of golf travel and course architecture Friday with the release of two "Golf Life" products: the 2015 standalone edition of Golfweek's Ultimate Guide to Golf Course Living and Great Escapes and a brand-new monthly e-magazine, Golf Life Extra (GLX). Delivering expert commentary on everything from architects and course renovations to rater reviews and stay-and-play locations, these two publications provide avid travelers with the tools they need to plan their next unforgettable golf experience.
"At Golfweek, we want our readers and the industry to know that we are doubling down on our commitment to covering all aspects of golf travel, and in a variety of ways," said Martin Kaufmann, managing editor of Golfweek's The Golf Life. "GLX is a vehicle that will allow us to provide information in a fast-paced and fun format on every facet of the golf travel experience, which should make it an exciting complement to the long-form stories on course architecture and great destinations that anchor our weekly issues and Golfweek's Ultimate Guide."
An annual standalone edition sent exclusively to Golfweek subscribers, Golfweek's Ultimate Guide to Golf Course Living and Great Escapes is an 112-page, coffee table-style issue, which features valuable information that readers can refer back to all year long, including:
- In-depth articles from Golfweek's award-winning writers and experienced course raters
- 2015 rankings of Golfweek's Best Residential Courses, Resort Courses and Caribbean & Mexico Courses
- A featured property showcase highlighting many of the resorts and residential communities found on Golfweek's Best lists
In contrast, the free GLX e-magazine is designed to take golf travelers on a different journey each month to the game's must-play destinations via short and insightful stories. Course profiles, travel tips and architecture articles comprise the heart of this digital-only publication, providing readers with an exclusive insider look at all things golf travel.
"Golfweek's Ultimate Guide has long been a forum for our noted experts to share their experiences with our audience of serious golfers, but with this new e-magazine, we're looking to create an interactive and engaging vehicle that delivers more of the golf travel insights and advice readers crave," said Golfweek Publisher Jereme Day.
Visit Golfweek.com/Travel to check out the complete lists of Golfweek's Best Courses and sign up to receive GLX in your inbox.