Turning a $3 weekly golf buddy bet into a scaleable business venture - Tom Naramore, CEO at D3Golf.com
March 28th, 2022 | Season 11 | 42 mins 43 secs
#makegolfyourthing, d3golf, entrepreneurship, future of golf, golf business, golf industry, golf innovation, innovation, make golf your thing, modgolf, modgolf podcast, modgolfpodcast, pga of america, skills based gaming, sport betting, sport tech, the pga show, tom naramore, usga
"My golf buddy Craig serendipitously saw me at a restaurant and said, "we should've been able to play our dollar-dollar-dollar game today on two different courses" and I snap answered him, "I can build that, that's a mobile app. No problem!" And voila, the company was started." Tom Naramore, CEO at D3Golf.com shares how they digitally transformed the classic Nassau golf bet into a scaleable business startup.
December 12th, 2017 | Season 2 | 42 mins 41 secs
#growgolf, @officialmsop, brad faxon, burke putters, business leadership, crossing the chasm, entrepreneurship, fox sports 1, future of golf, golf, golf disruption, golf innovation, major series of putting, modgolf, modgolfpodcast, msop, populous, skills based gaming, southwest greens, startup
Host Colin Weston travels to Las Vegas for four days to cover the inaugural 2017 MSOP Las Vegas Championships. In Part 1 of our two part series, Colin speaks with the creators, players and fans to gather their insights and perspective on this uniquely innovative sport competition experience.
June 13th, 2017 | Season 1 | 31 mins 14 secs
#growgolf, cirque du soleil, future of golf, golf, golf disruption, golf innovation, guillaume béland, guy laliberté, jack nicklaus, las vegas, lune rouge, major series of putting, modgolf, modgolf podcast, msop, nicklaus design, populous, putting, skills based gaming
This week's guest is Guillaume Béland, President of Lune Rouge and the new golf tournament event series called . In the business world a "Blue Ocean Strategy" occurs when a company succeeds not by battling competitors, but by systematically creating "blue oceans" of uncontested market space that are ripe for growth. The Major Series of Putting (MSOP) is creating just that in the $70 billion per year golf industry by turning putting greens into blue oceans.