To be or not to be

Yesterday was quite a special day. Or at least it could be. Of course that all depends on happens from now on. But if yesterday was anything to judge by we are up for an interesting future. I am talking about the launch and press conference of Power Play Golf. I went to Celtic Manor not really knowing what to expect when the big press conference was scheduled to take place. But with a line up of George O’Grady, Chief Executive of the European Tour, Colin Montgomerie and Paul Casey together with the Marketing Director of SAAB in the UK it was difficult not to be impressed. Words like ‘different, exciting, challenging, the best I have seen so far and this could be it’ were thrown around the room. I guess we will have to wait and see what becomes. One thing is for sure though. On May the 30th there will be another chapter of golfing history written at Celtic Manor. Who knows, maybe one day we will have a round of power play in the Ryder Cup?

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