Entertainment & golf innovator, FlyingTee, announces the hiring of Bradley K. Wardlow to join the executive management team as Chief Operating Officer. Wardlow brings extensive operations experience in fast-paced entertainment venues and will serve a critical role as FlyingTee expands its concept nationally. “Brad has the leadership skills and experience needed to grow FlyingTee from one to multiple facilities across the nation over the next couple of years. His success in growing the Rave Cinemas to over 60 locations across the United States speaks directly to our near-term plans for FlyingTee,” commented James Vollbrecht, FlyingTee’s CTO.
FlyingTee had the honor of hosting and working alongside the Southern Hills Country Club team in a successful fundraising tournament on behalf of First Tee of Tulsa, Wednesday, April 5, 2017.
Nick Sidorakis, General Manager of Southern Hills Country Club had this to say after the event. “(FlyingTee) you and your team were awesome, the welcoming attitude of your staff, service, the whole experience was beyond my expectations! We received a lot of good feedback and that we should do it again next year. Thank you for working with us throughout the event, we appreciate your support (of the First Tee of Tulsa program). Continue reading “FIRST TEE TOURNAMENT AT FLYINGTEE”
Much like our friendly competitors, FlyingTee is providing food, drink, music and games to create a sports bar meets night club atmosphere while keeping the game of Golf at the core. FlyingTee was recently included in a National Golf Foundation Dashboard article alongside TopGolf, Drive Shack and South Koreas’ GOLFZON.
The article states “ …These next-generation driving ranges are indeed a different form of golf participation that are helping broaden the traditional measures of engagement with the game, whether it’s TopGolf or similar facilities such as FlyingTee (which debuted its first facility in June 2016) or Drive Shack (which is opening its first location later this year). While NGF’s annual participation study in years past hasn’t included off-course participation, that’s changing to give a better representation of the golf industry as a whole. When considering both green-grass and off-course participation in the U.S., golf’s overall consumer base increased approximately 3% to 32 million in 2016. Continue reading “NEW DRIVING FORCES IN GOLF”