Two Good Rounds Titans: Leaders in Industry & Golf is the third book in the Two Good Rounds series. This book continues the exploration of golf and the feel-good golf lifestyle by navigating the connection between golf and business as conveyed by an array of successful leaders from a variety of industries.
Two Good Rounds Titans highlights different business leaders and their passion for business and golf. It explores what led to their success in their respective industries and how golf has played a role in their business and personal lives.
All of these leaders have reached the top of their industry and own their own golf course, so they have gone beyond playing golf to being intricately involved in the golf industry. The book also explores well-known professional touring golfers who have leveraged their careers and turned them into brands and businesses that expand beyond their competitive playing purse winnings.
Two Good Rounds Titans is a tribute to triumphant business people and pro golfers alike. Like a great nineteenth hole or favorite clubhouse, this book provides a means by which these individuals can share their stories of success and passion with family and friends.
Publication date: November 4, 2014 (source)
About the Author
Elisa Gaudet has spent the past several years working in the golf industry in the U.S. and Latin America. She worked for the PGA Tour and the Tour de las Americas, prior to founding Executive Golf International. She has appeared on numerous radio and TV programs and has been a guest speaker on a variety of golf topics. She has written several golf-related articles and her syndicated On the Lip column has been running since 2003. In 2011 she launched the Two Good Rounds, a golf lifestyle brand with the first endeavor being the book Two Good Rounds: 19th Hole Stories from the World’s Greatest Golfers and her second being Two Good Rounds Superstars: Golf Stories from the World’s Greatest Athletes. She splits her time between New York City and Florida.
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