What is a GK Guru?
Taking “Know Before You Go” with Greenskeeper.Org to the Next Level
GK Gurus are individuals that have distinguished themselves as rock-solid contributors to Greenskeeper.Org. They provide informative golf course reviews that help golfers decide where to play their next round of golf. We influence the influencers.
Over the past 12+ years Greenskeeper.org has stood firmly to it’s creed and registered trademark “Know Before You Go” ®. It’s website and contributing users have earned respect from fellow golfers and golf course operators as a legitimate source for golf course information.
Becoming recognized as a Guru is by invitation only and selected exclusively by the Founder of Greenskeeper.org, JohnnyGK. Once recognized as a Guru, a golfer receives many added benefits. We want you to continue to contribute helpful, detailed golf course reviews on Greenskeeper.org.
Think you have what it takes to become a GK Guru? Love to write golf course s that are informative and accurate that other golfers find useful? Then join us at Greenskeeper.Org. Click HERE. Membership is FREE. Start today and write your first golf course .
What does it take to become a GK Guru?
This is not a complete list but should get your down the proper path to becoming a GK Guru and a valued member of the GK Community.
[su_spoiler title=”Why many voices are better than a single voice.”]At Greenskeeper.Org we have a large population of golfers that also enjoy informing other golfers where to play their next round of golf. Put into perspective we influence other golfers where to play. We shape their decisions by providing hard to find information such as maintenance alerts and current golf course conditions. Our reviews are read. They are disseminated and they help our fellow golfers decide where to play their next round of golf.
Having a lot of golf course reviews written about your golf course only presents a more consistent message about your course. It’s not just a single voice but many voices all saying the same great things about your golf course. Think your course is good enough? Prove it. Let our Gurus visit your facility on a consistent basis.
Let our Gurus write about their experiences and let the everyone know that your facility is what everyone is raving about. Find our more click HERE[/su_spoiler]
[su_spoiler title=”Are You an Avid Golfer?” open=”yes”] An avid golfer as defined by the NGF (National Golf Foundation) is a golfer that plays more than 25 rounds of golf per year. [/su_spoiler]
[su_spoiler title=”Do you like to write Golf Courses?”] Do you genuinely want to help other golfers have better golf experiences based on the information you provide? Can you be authentic and objective when writing a independent of how well or poorly you played?
Can you observe and write about what is most important to golfers such as…Playing Conditions (Greens, Fairways, Rough, Tee Boxes and Bunkers), Layout, Pace of Play, Customer Service, Clubhouse and Practice Facilities?
This is the sort of constructive information golfers need when making decisions where to play their next round. It’s what they want to read. Click HERE to view our primer on writing relevant golf course reviews. [/su_spoiler]
[su_spoiler title=”Are you a member of Greenskeeper.org or coming iPhone app”] Required. Membership is FREE. Join today and write about your most recent round of golf to get noticed. Click HERE for additional information. [/su_spoiler]
[su_spoiler title=”Like to play golf in a group setting? Join us for one of our #GKPlays Outings”] Get to know us. Let us get to know you. Join us at one of our upcoming #GKPlays golf outings. Click HERE to find out additional information. [/su_spoiler]
[su_spoiler title=”As a GK Guru you can upload photos of the golf courses you play as well”] Not required but appreciated.
Consider uploading your mobile photos. Help your fellow golfers see what you see. Help them decide where to play their next round of golf with your photos!
Click HERE for additional information. [/su_spoiler]