Global Golf Post is the leading golf news publication in the world. It is delivered overnight Sunday, 48 weeks a year, to a global audience of dedicated golfers. GGP offers golf consumers a remarkable online experience, much like reading a traditional magazine or newspaper, but it requires no special applications, no software downloads, and no plug-ins. The publication is a browser-based solution that also works on most mobile devices.
Global Golf Post is a fully-interactive, measurable, digital publication that can incorporate all rich media applications. It offers advertisers the best of two worlds: the impact of traditional print brand and product advertising, plus the interactivity of the digital era.
Global Golf Post delivers what serious golfers want: news, results and commentary. It is a weekly summary of the competitive game as played the previous week at the professional and amateur levels, around the world.
Global Golf Post is written and edited by a world-class team of award-winning golf journalists with hundreds of years of combined experience. These talented writers and editors know precisely what super-avid core golfers want in a weekly golf publication … and as importantly, what they do not want.
GGP is distinguished by insight and commentary from this talented group of writers, all of whom are serious golfers in their own right.
It is also acclaimed for its comprehensiveness. At a time when media coverage of golf is in decline, Global Golf Post “goes deep.” It is the most thorough golf news publication in the world.
North American Edition
Global Golf Post’s North American edition launched in 2010. First thought to be a disruptive force on the golf media landscape, GGP quickly became a highly admired, greatly respected voice in the global game. It is the only golf publication in the world that is written and edited for the dedicated golfer.
GGP launched a European edition in the spring of 2010. In 2021, this edition evolved into a truly International edition, distributed and read everywhere the game is played outside of North America. It is written in English, and the editorial team is composed of distinguished veteran golf journalists from all over the world.