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  1. Bramwell


    Hi........... My name is Alan - I have been involved in promoting golf for many many years and first contacted Darren at Golfshake circa 2007. Darren has done a great job getting the site to what it is today. I am here now to rock my own boat - I want your business ! I am working on a concept called MediGolf. This is basically a way to track your own training and tuition and to track what YouTube tuition that you are doing. There is little to it - it is just a case of bookmarking your learning and commenting on it in your workbook. You could elect to keep a word processing document - but this is not portable. My method is to use a free www service called Protopage - - it is really great and is really simple . I use Protopage on a daily basis - it is part of my on-line life style. I have recently been to the Google Garage to see what they are doing in Manchester. For my community I have created a Protopage website which contains course reviews and their learning content. See In my opinion every golf professional should have a Protopage account to communicate active club business - a great tool, the best of the WWW. Whilst on the Google Garage you can see my learning for creating Responsive Websites - Red Octopus. This technology takes minutes to learn and should be the standard for golf. Another way to get to Red Octopus is to go to where I have a bookmark to my primary site. There are just two components of what I calll hybrid websites, other components include Wix, Wordpress, 123Reg, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Hybrid web development is so so easy - it is well in the capabilities of your average golf professional. If you are a golf professional wanting to improve his www presence - or simply a man starting up his own business. Simply ask and I will support you. Thank You for reading..... Alan
  2. Hi..... I have started a venture called The Golf Hub. where I am collecting golf tuition and information about golf professionals that have a presence on the www. I hope that one day Darren will be kind enough to place a link on Golf shake to it. Please take a look and tell me how I should structure it.
  3. Well, I've only gone and won a Golf Holiday in Spain !!!! Was going to blather on about where but it's probably easier to read it yourselves... I entered a competition on Liam Harrisons You Tube Channel ( GolfvLogsUK ) and my name got pulled out of the hat, never played outside the county, never mind another country.. Any advice would be appreciated, not sure on how to get my clubs out there, or how the hell do I get them on the plane, no idea what I might forget lol...
  4. Evening All I have started to dabble in some on course filming. I know there is a fair few Pro's who already do this type of thing but I get bored of watching them shoot level par everywhere they go and thought people might want to watch something they can relate too. Well here are my first 2 videos..... and Let me know what you think and please feel free to subscribe.