Golf News – March 31, 2020

Duca Del Cosma Golf Shoe Brand Launches Into U.S. Market

PALM BEACH, FL – Golf fashion brand Duca del Cosma is launching into the US golf market with a vibrant new range of shoes for men and women golfers, supported by an experienced team led by former Reebok and Ashworth regional sales manager Steve Gray.

The premium brand, which sells in more than 30 countries around the world, specializes in producing bench-made leather shoes that offer style and comfort both on and off the golf course. They include a selection of distinctive spikeless styles and waterproof models designed in Italy and made in Portugal to the highest levels of footwear craftsmanship.

Steve Gray –
“The quality of the materials and construction of each shoe speaks to the fact that they are not just pretty to look at, but they do deliver performance,” said Steve, who is in the process of building his sales team across the key golf markets in the US. “I’ve never seen such quality of craftsmanship in all the time I’ve spent working in the footwear business. The attention paid to detail across all aspects of the production, marks the Duca shoe. The workmanship and sewing detail in each model is exceptional. I’m very excited to be working with such a fast-growing and unique brand,” he added.

A dedicated showroom and offices have been set up in Palm Beach, FL., to handle administration and sales, while a distribution centre has opened in Atlanta, GA. Sales representatives are in place in South Florida, Tennessee/Kentucky plus North and South Carolina, while several another are expected to join the sales team. 

Models expected to do well in the American market are the ELDORADO, BELAIR and CAMELOT styles, pus the FLYER and MONTEROSSO sneaker-style shoes. Among the women’s line up, the KUBANA, MARQUESSA and ISABEL styles are seen as the most appealing models in the U.S.

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Majority of Branson (Missouri) Courses Open and Welcoming Players

BRANSON, MO – Branson golf courses, increasingly becoming known as some of the best in America, are embracing players with smart, timely, and player friendly best practices as the 2020 season begins.

The majority of the area’s 10 courses, including two that have opened within the past 12 months, are welcoming players while implementing CDC best practices designed to diminish Coronavirus risk. Precluding groups of 10 or more people from gathering, disinfecting equipment and infrastructure, and many other proactive measures are ongoing.

Following is additional news from some Branson Golf playing venues.

  1. The Pointe Golf Club is asking players to leave the flag sticks in the hole, removing ball washers from the golf course, not putting water coolers on the course, and removing rakes from sand traps. Staff is raking bunkers as often as possible, and the club is asking players to use their feet to create a decent lie.
  2. Branson Hills Golf Club has extended the winter rate of $79 through the end of April and has a new special local rate of $59. It is transferring shotgun tournaments to tee time formats with all prizes and scoring being done by email (to preclude group gatherings.  To-go containers of food are offered.
  3. LedgeStone Country Club is power washing all golf cars and using disinfectant wipes on seats, steering wheels and any other touch points. The club issued the following statement: “LedgeStone is located on 325 acres that encompass over a mile from our north to south boundaries. With 10-minute tee times, our players are spread out and they use their own equipment. We feel an obligation to provide people with the option of a healthy and active lifestyle location at a time when everyone needs it.”
  4. Big Cedar Lodge, home to five of the 10 area courses, has hand sanitizer in all clubhouses for guest use. They are stocked at the pro shop counter and by the exits, free to use. Like the other Branson Golf courses, Big Cedar is closely monitoring CDC directives and reacting accordingly, including disinfecting frequently and thoroughly.

Branson Golf provides a first-class collection of courses in the glorious natural wonder that is the Ozarks.

Branson Hills Golf Club, 417.337.2963
Buffalo Ridge Springs Golf Course, 800.225.6343
Holiday Hills Resort and Golf Club, 417.334.4838
LedgeStone Country Club at StoneBridge Village, 417.335.8187
Mountain Top Course, 800.225.6343
Ozarks National, 800.225.6343
Payne’s Valley, 800.225.6343
Pointe Royale Golf Village, 417.334.4477
Thousand Hills Golf Resort, 800.487.0769, 417.334.4553
Top of the Rock Golf Course, 800.225.6343

Visit Explore Branson here: Partners with Shane Lowry and Srixon for ‘Trip to Ireland’ Sweepstakes

LAFAYETTE, LA – – the world leader in golf customization – has partnered with Shane Lowry, Srixon, National Golf Foundation and Carr Golf to provide a special sweepstakes offer for the chance to win a round of golf with Open Champion Shane Lowry at Royal Portrush in Antrim, Northern Ireland.

The Grand Prize winner and one guest receive airfare, travel and four nights’ accommodations, including the aforementioned round with Lowry at Royal Portrush, where he won the 148th Open Championship last summer. The winner and their guest also receive rounds at two other courses in the area.

No purchase or payment is necessary to enter, interested parties simply fill out an entry form at at any point from March 24 through July 15, 2020. Per the rules, allows one (1) entry per person each day during the promotional period.

“In these difficult times, we are thrilled to provide this truly once-in-a-lifetime experience to golfers as something to look forward to,” says Tom Cox, CEO of “The chance to travel across the pond and play with an Open Champion at the very venue where he actually hoisted the Claret Jug… well, it’s beyond words for me and most golfers. We’re very excited to offer this to the golfing public.”

Over the past two decades, has grown into the industry’s leading provider of custom equipment, producing nearly 100,000 personalized golf balls each week, as well as a variety of other gear.

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