ClamBake Café – a great online space for golfers everywhere

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Well, I have to thank Mr. Business Golf for inviting me to his first airing of ClamBake Café on Blog TV. I had a great time and was happy to see so many people watching it (he’s said it was a record audience :)).

Golf Girl was there in style. Great questions and lots of banter – I just loved it.

Here’s a recording of the last 1/2 hour where we talking about online golf groups and what value (or not) they bring to golfers.

I have to say that for me the time flew by. I had so much more to say…(don’t I always? :))

For example, I was doing a little research on “top blogs” on Technorati and did you know there is only 1 blog in that top 100 list that is about sports? Only 1!

The top blogs tend to be about politics, technology, gadgets, music and movies. I was really surprised that sports didn’t rank higher. #60 was a general sport blog called deadspin. I’m going to have to check that one out in more detail. I hope he/she blogs about golf.

Anyway, thanks again Scot! I look forward to your next show with Golf Girl.

Golfgal

ps. Note to self…look up…look waaaay up to the camera and not on the nice video on your laptop 🙂

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2 comments

  1. Well seeing how I have known Golfgal (GM) for only a short time I took the time to watch this interview.
    I know from someone who manages a golf sight on facebook it is hard to keep people interested and to differentiate from other “bogus” sites. I love golfing as much as the next golfer, but as I live in Canada I get out as much only during the summer fall months. During the summer I go once if not more every week and I post my games and encourage other to the same, and share their knowledge. I agreed with the whole going to PGA site and thinking that’s all there is; because if you don’t play what do you have to offer? Really who are you going to meet on these sights full of nothing but pros who honestly don’t have the time to deal with all us armatures? No one which is exactly what was stated in the interview. I have posted this interview on my page as I want others to watch this because as I felt you made good and valid points.
    Cheers, Xavier B (Golfing Fanatic – Administrator)

  2. Well seeing how I have known Golfgal (GM) for only a short time I took the time to watch this interview.
    I know from someone who manages a golf sight on facebook it is hard to keep people interested and to differentiate from other “bogus” sites. I love golfing as much as the next golfer, but as I live in Canada I get out as much only during the summer fall months. During the summer I go once if not more every week and I post my games and encourage other to the same, and share their knowledge. I agreed with the whole going to PGA site and thinking that’s all there is; because if you don’t play what do you have to offer? Really who are you going to meet on these sights full of nothing but pros who honestly don’t have the time to deal with all us armatures? No one which is exactly what was stated in the interview. I have posted this interview on my page as I want others to watch this because as I felt you made good and valid points.
    Cheers, Xavier B (Golfing Fanatic – Administrator)

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