Inaugural trip will be offer vacationers golf in Dubai and will include Top Teaching Pro, Mike Adams and PGA Tour Pro, Ben Bates in March 2009.




ALLGOLFTV ( has formed a partnership with Blu Sky Golf and Leaderboard Marketing to be the exclusive Golf partner of Cultural Vacations and Safaris, an organization that specializes in getaway itineraries that are structured around cultural themes – history, architecture, people-to-people visits, archeology, cuisine, music, art, health, spa’s and religious interests.  Cultural Vacations offers both soft adventure and luxury tours for individuals and families.


For its inaugural vacation package, AllGolfTV has created a week long golf trip to Dubai filled with golf at some of the world’s most beautiful courses as well as golf lessons with one of the nation’s top golf pros.  Many specialty tours and visits to historic sites will be provided also.


Everyday offers something special and unique for the group 


The getaways will feature golf at four of Dubai’s premier golf resorts, The Majlis Course, the Wadi by Faldo, Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, and the Abu Dhabi Golf Course. 


Vacationers will also be treated to free golf clinics offered by Mike Adams, world renowned Golf Instructor and rated among the top 50 by Golf Digest magazine (  PGA Tour Pro, Ben Bates, who is the all-time cut leader on the Nationwide Tour, will also there to discuss his tips and play with the players. 


As an added bonus, golfers will be treated to the chance at a $10 million dollar hole in one shot, courtesy of Dream Shot Golf and Leaderboard Marketing Group.  Dream Shot Golf is the richest hole-in-one program in the world. 


Majlis Course: The Majlis Course, referred to as the “Dubai Desert Classic” is used frequently by the European Tour and is a par 72, 8175 yards.  The course was built in 1988, designed by Karl Litten and was the first all grass course in the Persian Gulf area.


Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club: The Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club is a par 71 course through 6,857 yards, and offers players a fabulous journey through manicured fairways, mounds, date and palm trees.  Most of the greens are multi-tiered with challenging burrows.  The course is surrounded by wonderful water views all along the way with the Dubai Creek as well as by beautiful and scenic artificial lakes.  


Abu Dhabi Golf Course: Abu Dhabi Golf Course is a 27 hole championship course and is home to the PGA European Tour Abu Dhabi Golf Championship. The course is tough with lush green fairways, innovatively placed bunkers and good sized greens. It has been described as a “super course” by leading golf commentators.  The course was designed by Peter Harradine and the plantings are mature and give the course a plush feel.


About Blu Sky Golf: Blu Sky Golf specializes in event and tournament planning and has worked on such events as Survivor Celebration, a charitable event that raises money for Cancer Survivors.  Currently Blu Sky Golf is working with Ladies on the Links Excursions to benefit Rally for the Cure.


About Leaderboard Marketing Group: Leaderboard Marketing Group, owned by Barbara Groves and Ian Davies, is a sports marketing group that utilizes a network of ESPN Radio stations throughout the country.  Ian Davies hosts the  “Leaderboard Radio Show” airing Mondays from 6-8pm on ESPN Radio in Orlando, FL and is streamed live online at

Posted by: allgolftv | November 2, 2008





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Banner Ad, 3 ESPN Radio Ads/day, 3 Press Releases/Month


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All items from package A & B, On Demand Video Placement up to 1 hour of video running time (total 4 ESPN Radio Ads/Day and 4 Press Releases/Month)


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All Video submissions are screened prior to upload and broadcast.


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Roselle, IL – October 20, 2008 – ProPlay North America is thrilled to be able to air its product commercials on the website. is an exclusive provider of golf-related content on Wi-Fi TV, a worldwide interactive TV platform with channels in more than 140 countries.  AllGolfTV is your one-stop online golf media marketplace for televised golf events, golf products and services.  AllGolfTV is the next generation of Golf Media Distribution.  For more information about AllGolfTV, please contact Eileen Luttrell, President & CEO of


ProPlay North America has furnished AllGolfTV with an in-depth instructional video showcasing their ProPlay Glove & Grip Fitting System.  This innovative product takes the guesswork out of the often difficult task of consistently making sure you are holding your club properly. 


James Stammer, Golf and Travel Columnist for The Hometown News; Host of the “Tuesday Night Golf Show” on WPSL Radio; Columnist for; Columnist for Asian American Golf Magazine states “Your grips have definitely helped my game. They have been especially helpful to my 14-year-old son. He has a habit of putting his hands too far clockwise on the grip. The results are some ugly duck hooks. He’s been playing my Nike Slingshots with the ProPlay grips and is noticing improvement. While he finds having a neutral grip a bit uncomfortable, he’s noticing better ball flight and better contact.  Thank you for helping my game, and that of my son who is just learning the game. We’re looking forward to a lifetime of enjoying this sport and thanks to the help of your grip system; we’ll enjoy it even more.”


The ProPlay Glove and Grip Fitting System consist of two components – a glove and a grip. Both components feature instructional markings which work together to ensure proper hand placement on the club. When the markings on these two components are matched up, they create a perfect neutral grip.


ProPlay fits seamlessly. The grip dimensions are specifically designed to match your glove size. Five custom grip and glove offerings are available for men, three for women and three for juniors.


What distinguishes the ProPlay Glove and Grip Fitting System from other training aids is that it is considered a playing aid that can be used on the driving range and on the golf course as it conforms to USGA Rules per decision 2007-450.


Kiwi native Steve Williams and caddy to the greatest golfer in the modern era, Tiger Wood, claim “This is the most revolutionary product to come onto the market in years.”


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Posted by: allgolftv | October 26, 2008

LPGA/W 7 – Sandra Gal Leads the Tour in Eagles for 2008

LPGA Tour rookie Sandra Gal of Germany, one of the Wilhelmina 7, owns the top position on LPGA Tour with 12 eagles this season thanks to a final-round eagle on the par-5, third hole, at the Long Drugs Challenge, in Danville, CA last week. 
The University of Florida grad holds an advantage over Rolex Rankings’ number one Lorena Ochoa and one of the Tour’s newest mothers Karen Stupples.
Please look at the link below for the complete story on Sandra’s accomplishment this season.  To get more information on the W 7 please go their website.  
About the Wilhelmina 7:



Seven LPGA Players Represented For Sponsorship And Endorsement Opportunities



(June 4, 2008) – New York, NY – Wilhelmina Artist Management, a division of Wilhelmina Models, announced today the formation of a new division aptly titled W7 – Wilhelmina 7. Last month, Wilhelmina Artist Management signed David Leadbetter, the legendary teaching professional, to a long-term contract. Seven of the top members of the LPGA Tour have signed exclusive representation agreements with Wilhelmina to seek out sponsorship and endorsement opportunities for the women as a whole package and individually.


This exciting opportunity was immediately accepted on the LPGA Tour.  As such, the Wilhelmina 7 include:  Minea Blomqvist, Sandra Gal, Anna Grzebien, Kim Hall, Johanna Head, Mikaela Parmlid, and Stacy Prammanasudh.


The concept:  “W7” truly embodies the mission of Wilhelmina to provide exceptional service to its talent, while encompassing the company’s goal and vision of bold and dramatic marketing, advertising and sponsorship prospects for Wilhelmina’s corporate clients.


“We created this initiative to complete a void in the marketplace for beautiful and athletically talented female golfers, states Wilhelmina Chairman Dieter Esch. “With only initial conversations to the corporate world, the reception is already tremendous for potential partnerships.”


The W7 includes only those women with the game, the beauty and the personality to create a major presence in women’s sports, both on and off the course. The ladies chosen range from newcomers such as Sandra Gal and Anna Grzebien to 8-year professional Johanna Head, as well as Stacy Prammanasudh who has amassed two career victories and was selected to represent the USA at the most recent Solheim Cup.  Minea Blomqvist who competes on both the LPGA Tour as well as the Ladies European Tour (LET), was awarded the 2003 Rookie of the Year Award and has finished in the top 10 on the Order of Merit List twice as a member of the LET Tour. Other members of the Wilhelmina 7 team, Mikaela Parmlid and Kim Hall, started strong this season and are fully exempt status on the LPGA Tour for the 2008 season.


About Wilhelmina Artist Management

In 1998, as an innovator in the industry, Wilhelmina Models became the first fashion company to develop a specific division to exclusively represent premier talent in the worlds of music, sports and entertainment. Today, that division called Wilhelmina Artist Management is one of the industry’s finest, with a roster that includes Fergie, Natasha Bedingfield, Ciara, Heather Graham, Amy Smart and Justin Chambers, among others.

Wilhelmina Artist Management creates, develops and manages celebrity-powered campaigns, product lines, private brand licensing, endorsements, sponsorships, talent appearances and corporate entertainment strategies.

CARLSBAD, CALIFORNIA – Exciting new additions to the men’s and women’s Sunice Hurricane outerwear collection will showcase golfwear that embodies the perfect fusion of science and fashion-forward style.

Hurricane is part of the 2009 Sunice® Shell collection, which represents the essence of the Sunice® brand. Sunice’s unique mastery of innovative fabrics and refined manufacturing techniques through the years has led to the development of the nation’s most trusted and respected men’s and women’s golf outerwear collection. The Sunice Shell collection is specifically designed so golfers can embrace the game’s challenges in all weather conditions.

The new items within the men’s Hurricane collection include the Alton GORE-TEX® 2-Layer Performance Shell Jacket and Hobson GORE-TEX ® 2-Layer PACLITE® Shell Jacket (Hurricane GORE-TEX ® Waterproofs), Ashbury WINDSTOPPER® Soft Shell Convertible Jacket and Tenby WINDSTOPPER® Full-Zip Fashion Sweater (Hurricane GORE-TEX ® Windproof line).

The new items within the women’s Hurricane collection include the Paula GORE-TEX® PACLITE® Jacket and Paula GORE-TEX® PACLITE® Pant (Hurricane GORE-TEX® Waterproofs), Alessia WINDSTOPPER® Jacket and Nicole WINDSTOPPER® Full-Zip Fashion Sweater (Hurricane GORE-TEX® Windproofs) and Ella Ultra Lightweight Jacket (Trend Piece).

“Our 2009 Sunice Hurricane Collection is our finest, and most technologically advanced product line ever,” says Mark Fletcher, president of Sunice. “Our Hurricane Collection is a mainstay.”

Hurricane is the outerwear of choice for Sunice tour players, who know that outerwear not only needs to serve a function, but also needs to look good. All Hurricane waterproof garments come with a waterproof lifetime guarantee. Hurricane products bear either the insigna of GORE-TEX®-the world’s leading and most-trusted outerwear fabric brand-or GORE® WINDSTOPPER®, offering total windproofness and maximum breathability. The Hurricane Collection, renowned for its GORE-TEX® PACLITE® impenetrable waterproofness and ultra-lightweight stretch jackets, pullovers and pants, also offers 100 percent windproof, incredibly lightweight and breathable GORE® WINDSTOPPER® knit sweaters and GORE-TEX® Performance Shells for optimum protection and comfort to complete the collection for the most extreme weather needs. Here are the highlights of the new additions to the men’s and women’s 2009 outerwear:

Posted by: allgolftv | September 24, 2008

Golfweek Magazine published a wonderful feature on aboutGolf

Golfweek Magazine published a wonderful feature on aboutGolf, the industry leader in simulator technology, in the September 13th issue of the magazine. This is great story on a company that is establishing its niche in the golf industry and explains why indoor golf should be considered ‘More Than Fun and Games’. AboutGolf simulators employ a three dimensional, high speed photography technology called 3Trak that provides a greater level of accuracy in tracking trajectory, velocity and spin…. major keys to providing the most accurate information for clubfitting and for instructional purposes. Indoor Golf and golf simulators are playing a much bigger part in attracting more people to golf and growing the game. The link to the Golfweek article is below and if have not already read the story I think you will certainly enjoy the article. Let me know what you think. The link to the story is below.

Golfweek Article


Posted by: allgolftv | September 14, 2008

Healing American Golf – Bill Bales, aboutGolf CEO


When my grandmother was succumbing to cancer, my uncle made a series of calls to my father to come pay a final visit. Over time the requests for my father’s visit became more urgent. I accompanied him on the ultimate visit. We were both shocked at the degree of my grandmother’s physical decline. Yet her mind and soul had sustained the same amazing luster and positive energy she had had in her prime.

The business of golf in America is ill. A casual observer might not notice, as would have been the case with my grandmother before her body began to fail. But the symptoms are present. Golf can be healed, but not without change. It’s been said that golf has lost its relevance in American culture. I am willing to stipulate that this is the effect. But the causes are many.

If you could give golf a stress test, a colonoscopy, and a full body MRI, you’d understand what the doctors already know.

Signs of Illness

The annual number of rounds played and the total number of golf course facilities in the U.S. has remained stagnant for more than a decade. Both have slipped in numbers over the last three years. Courses are being plowed under. In spite of the fact that millions of players take up the game each year, an equal or greater number give it up. The business of golf is doing a poor job at keeping its customers.

In many areas of the U.S. the traditional country club is falling from grace. In my market the signs are widespread. One private club was sold to creditors who changed it to a low-priced public access course, and are now contemplating subdividing it for housing. One club that has had a waiting list for 50 years is now struggling with a member shortage. One club, the site of more than half a dozen majors, recently admitted everyone on a waiting list of more than 80 would-be applicants after a mass exodus by existing members


under loss-leader terms reminiscent of the used car business. For a club that a generation ago wouldn’t even let you put your name on a waiting list unless you were a relative blue-blood, this was golf’s equivalent of the Mariel Boatlift.It is getting increasingly difficult to find major sponsors for professional events. Companies that embraced golf just a few years ago have started to turn their back on golf. The auto industry, for years the backbone of golf sponsorship, has fallen on hard times and is making a rapid retreat. Cadillac, once a major Champions Tour sponsor, has withdrawn from golf completely. Chrysler and Buick, two of the PGA TOUR’s largest sponsors, have cut back significantly on golf spending.

The OEMs are running out of ways to advance club technology, and therefore ways to compel golfers to purchase new equipment. For many, their stock is at or near a long term low. And they struggle to earn meaningful profits. Barney Adams, in his book The WOW Factor, listed over 100 golf OEMs present in 1990 which are now either defunct or of greatly diminished significance.

While the youth of America don’t think golf is lame, as was the case a generation ago, they nonetheless are not embracing it. If golf can’t get the attention of today’s youth, there will be negative consequences a generation from now. Today’s youth require instant feedback and fast action. They get trophies for participation. They play video games with interactive action that moves faster than Retief Goosen in a thunderstorm. But the typical round of golf takes longer than ever. Golf broadcasts are slow and boring, with little or no interaction. Golf represents, in many ways, the antithesis of American youth culture.

The Howling Beasts

A while back I tried to write a clever article about slaying the BEASTS. “BEASTS” is my acronym for the things in golf that affect its overall relevance. We can heal golf if we focus on improving these fundamental elements.

B = Barriers: The game today places barriers for many participants. We must strive to welcome with open arms all players, regardless of ability, age, sex, race, or style. We must think of golf as the business it is and golfers as the customers they are. Instead of bombarding our customers with rules and negativity when they come to the course, we should strive to make every moment they spend an extremely positive experience.

E = Equipment: Most golfers have equipment that is ill-fitting to their swing and physical capabilities. We must strive to deliver to golfers clubs that fit their games. We also need to make this equipment affordable, or to welcome new players without equipment by supplying it at the course


with a selection and reasonable cost comparable to how bowling centers accommodate casual participants.

Golf club manufacturer adds television personality Keri Murphy to help launch their line of charity- related Think Pink golf clubs







Los Angeles, Calif. (September 10, 2008) – Keri Murphy, the affable host of The Golf Channel’s hit television show “HIGHWAY 18” has agreed to play with and endorse Sweet Spot Golf’s Think Pink line of custom-crafted golf clubs.  The start-up golf club design and manufacturing company’s Think Pink line supports The National Breast Cancer Foundation in finding their pursuit to find a cure for Breast Cancer.  “Having Keri to help promote our Think Pink line is a perfect match for us,” says company President and co-founder of Sweet Spot Golf, Brian Allman.  “The clubs are about playing with personality and telling the world that you care about finding a cure for Breast Cancer and Keri can carry this message as well as anyone in golf.”


Murphy adds, “These high performance clubs are the most fashion forward in the marketplace; I love them and what they say about me and my golf game.” To kick off this new promotion, Sweet Spot Golf and Keri Murphy will attend this weekend’s National Golf League “Suds on the Green” event at the William Land Golf Course in Sacramento where Murphy will be available for an autograph signing session. 


Sweet Spot Golf has designed and engineered a unique, well-crafted and evenly weighted putter. It’s built with precision that allows golfers to find their line and sink putts with style.  The new “Think Pink” putter combines design, style and color while delivering uncompromised performance. “Think Pink” putters are available in two different color variations, pink accents on white and pink accents on black.


“Women who have seen and tried the putters have embraced them with enthusiasm. But they also know that this putter is more than a good piece of equipment” explains Allman,  “Using the putter also declares, ‘I support finding a cure for Breast Cancer.’ It is the Power of Pink!”


Sweet Spot Golf launched the “Think Pink” Putter on their website and is currently looking for retail outlets to sell their products.  Additional items in the Think Pink line up are also available on-line, along with a product line for men. 


About Sweet Spot Golf LLC

Sweet Spot Golf is a new golf club manufacturer located in Southern California. Their commitment to building performance-based golf clubs with a unique sense of design and color will be their standard mark in the industry. Current plans include the launch of a new driver and a series of three low degree Hybrids later this year.


Contact information

Brian Allman-


Posted by: allgolftv | September 9, 2008

NGL kicks off season with a party!

National Golf League kicks off season with “Suds on the Green”

When Tiger Woods isn’t center stage, the television ratings plummet. There is little drama in golf and no edge-of-your-seat action like other team sports. Often golf executives meet and discuss reasons for a lackluster response from youth, and wonder what the game needs to do to offer more appeal.

Gerry Kirkpatrick, Founder of, “We all talk about it, golf is down, rounds are down, etc, but when I heard about the NGL, I got chills up my arm, because this is exactly what golf needs.”  Other golf executives including Tom Moynihan, President of National Golf Sales Association remarked, “The NGL is great for Golf, exposing Professional Team Competition in a format that has been successful in most major sports adding spectator excitement and fun”.

Inspired by the success of the Ryder Cup and Arena Football, enter the National Golf League, NGL. The NGL is entering its fourth season with 15 teams, kicks off the season in Sacramento with “A Suds on the Green” party involving over 30 breweries circling the ninth hole. Hosted by the Sacramento Eagles, five Northern California teams will compete in a three format shootout. William Land Park GC will host the event beginning at 10:00 am on Saturday, September 13. The NGL has included music, an arena of hospitality tents, and a brewfest to add attraction and appeal to the game. A free concert will follow the golf action.

The event is free to attend. Participation in the brewfest is $20 presale and $25 at the door. The concert following golf is also free. Information about the Suds on the Green event can be found at

League Founder Bob Aube describes the league, “The NGL is offering a change to a traditional sport.  The NGL game is an action-packed offensive game where points are scored by winning holes. Five teams in uniforms are pit against each other in Ryder Cup style formats. Professionals compete who have played on the Canadian, PGA, LPGA, Nationwide, and the Champions Tour. Fans are encouraged to cheer, party, roam the fairways and enjoy a festive atmosphere.”

Ryan Hogue from the East Valley Albatross, (an Arizona NGL team), explains “I have been on the Nationwide, Canadian Tour and the Gateway Tour, I have never had more fun in any professional golf tournament then the NGL!”  Dennis Poulson, a Nationwide Tour player, and a member of the San Diego Spikes, describes the level of play, “You guys are on to something here, the product is solid and the level of play is very high, I am very impressed.”













ALLGOLFTV ( has formed a new partnership with Flying Sensors ( which will enhance the services we are both currently offering to golf courses throughout the US and the world.


Flying Sensors develops high-end visual marketing and promotional material for clients across the country. Our solutions grab and invite your customers to look beyond the first line of your marketing message. We create a visual stimulant through the combination of HD Video and pictures using remote controlled and manned helicopters, planes, jibs, rails and tripod. Our unique approach to editing provides a fresh look at an old building or stagnant product. The end product is designed for print media, internet, DVD or television commercials.


Flying Sensors is based out of Salt Lake City, Utah and was recently contracted the Reed Exhibitions to film video coverage of the Demo Day and Golf Tournament at Badlands for the 2008 PGA Fall Expo.  Because of the amazing work that they were able to produce, they have committed to producing video coverage of events for the 2009 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, Florida this January.


ALLGOLFTV will feature coverage filmed and produced by Flying Sensors of the 2008 PGA Fall Expo.  There will be amazing views of the Golf Tournament at Badlands Golf Course, the Demo Day, and from the Trade Show floor as well. 


Being a relatively new company, Flying Sensors has already established itself as a notable player in the realm of golf video production.  The techniques that are used enable Flying Sensors to capture views not possible with traditional manned aircraft.  These abilities also set them apart from what is becoming a very crowded world in golf course satellite imaging. 


“ALLGOLFTV feels extremely excited about the possibilities and increased value that this new relationship has presented.  We feel that our goals and vision have become more easily attainable and we look forward to bringing more and more of their productions to the golf community,” said Eileen Luttrell, CEO of ALLGOLFTV.






ALLGOLFTV ( is an Interactive Internet TV Station devoted to the WORLD of Golf. Unlike other video websites, ALLGOLFTV incorporates TV quality passive video streaming with a host of Interactive features such as LIVE Chat, On Demand Programming, Pay Per View Videos, Personal Profiles, and Links to current News and our Sponsors. In addition, AGTV will be implementing a virtual Shopping Cart and access to Digital Books in the coming months.For information on working with ALLGOLFTV, please email Eileen Luttrell at

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