Your Guide To Playing Golf For Free! And Even Getting Paid For It [NOOK Book]

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How To Make A Living Playing Golf With Amateurs!
Couldn't make the PGA Tour if your life depended on it?
Now it doesn't matter, you can still make a living playing golf. You don't have to be the best. You don't even have to win to get paid!
Lots of people are currently making a handsome living just from ...
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Your Guide To Playing Golf For Free! And Even Getting Paid For It

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Overview

How To Make A Living Playing Golf With Amateurs!
Couldn't make the PGA Tour if your life depended on it?
Now it doesn't matter, you can still make a living playing golf. You don't have to be the best. You don't even have to win to get paid!
Lots of people are currently making a handsome living just from playing golf for businesses and business executives. How is this possible? I'll tell you, plus you'll discover how to...
Stop paying to play golf.
Get PAID to do something you love, possibly as a full-time business!
Work on your game while on the clock!
Dear Golfing-Enthusiast,
Would you love to play golf all day and get paid for it?
Despite what you may have thought, it IS possible. Even if you're not a true "pro golfer." (You don't even have to be nearly as good.)
Inside the US, more money is spent on golf than any other sport. And now you can claim your piece of the pie! How?
Business Executives Often Hire People To Play Golf With Their Clients For Them!
It's true! There are golfers who make a living simply by playing golf with clients of executives who know how important a leisurely game of golf can be for their business.
Business executives often like to wine and dine, and offer a game of golf to their clients. (A lot of business decisions are made over a game of golf!)
But often times, these executives choose not to play themselves. And for three common reasons...
• They simply do not have time in the day to play 9-18 holes of golf.
• Some executives are embarrassed by their poor golf game.
• Many executives have never even played before! And they certainly don't want to bore their client or make the game drag behind on account of them.
Because of this, there's a huge market for professional golf "escorts." Someone who knows the game well enough to go out and show these clients a good time and a good game over 18 holes.

...here is just SOME of the "play golf for pay" tips you'll find inside:
Here's when businesses will hire you to play golf with their clients. (Page 5)
3 reasons why executives might rather have you play in their stead. (Pages 5-6)
The key items you need to know about the golf courses in your area. (Page 6)
4 selling points you can use on private golf clubs when asking permission to entertain clients there. (Pages 7-8)
The 12 types of businesses most likely to be willing to pay for your services. (Pages 8-9)
5 places to advertise your services – where the right eyes (business executives) will be looking. (Pages 9-10)
How to use hotel guides to strum up business. (Page 10)
2 sample ads you can use to build your golfing escort business. (Pages 10-11)
How to use the phone to win more business. (Page 11)
How to get 250 business cards for free. (Pages 11-12)
A phone script you can use anytime a potential client calls, so you don't have to think up what to say. (Pages 12-14)
The secret to making sure your expenses (like beverages) are paid for. (Page 14)
A few pointers on how to entertain clients as you golf. (Pages 14-16)
How to make money when your friends are playing golf for you! (Pages 16-17)
How “mystery golfers” are making big bucks on the green. (Pages 17-18)
7 ways to tell if you have what it takes to be a mystery golfer. (Pages 18-19)
How to get your name on the list of available mystery golfers. (Pages 19-20)
9 tips and tricks for being a profitable mystery golfer. (Pages 21-22)
5 ways to find major discounts on your golfing equipment. (Pages 23-29)
50 online discount golf stores to find exactly what you want, at the right price. (Pages 30-38)
37 pro golf tips to maximize your golf game and impress clients. (Pages 39-47)
And there’s MUCH more – guaranteed!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013230521
  • Publisher: Syed Arshad Gillani
  • Publication date: 10/5/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,256,243
  • File size: 8 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 9, 2011

    Omg

    Dont get not fun dont even get paid

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