Wednesday, December 15, 2021

Leadership Majors Retains Dan Shepherd Public Relations to Promote Golf Retreats with Professional Development at Iconic Venues

Innovative Events Designed for Business Leaders & Executives

(Denver, Colorado) – Leadership Majors, the experiential golf and professional development company that delivers competition alongside peers at world-class destinations the weekend before major championships, has selected Dan Shepherd Public Relations (DSPR) for publicity and media relations services.

Upcoming Leadership Majors’ events are: 

2022 Leadership Masters @ Pinehurst Resort

March 31-April 3, 2022

2022 Leadership Cup @ Whistling Straits

September 15-18, 2022

Each event is limited to 24 players on a first-come, first-serve basis. They feature 54 holes of golf on world class courses (also includes a fourth round on a par-3 course) and three Leadership Development Sessions from an expert. The cost from now until January 1, 2022 is $4,950 which includes all golf, lodging, meals, and transportation to/from the airport. (The price increases to $5,950 for the first event after Jan. 1.)

“Leadership Majors enables avid golfers and accomplished executives to relish extraordinary experiences at some of the best golf places in the world, all whilst enjoying business networking, enhancing leadership skills, and embracing competition and camaraderie,” said Dan Shepherd, who has provided public relations and marketing communications services to people, places, and companies in golf since 2000. 

Each attendee receives a curated gift box and competes to win prizes throughout the event. Each event includes three rounds of golf on first-class 18-hole courses, an additional round on a short course, three Leadership Development Sessions from an expert in principles that apply to business and golf, and a group of peers to share the experience with while encouraging and challenging each other through friendly competition. Further, this combination allows participants to expense a Leadership Major experience under the professional development budget.

Each event will have a slightly different emphasis, but they will all be handicap-based competitions to level the playing field and make it competitive for everyone. Different tee-boxes for different age groups will be used to create further parity.

Ten percent of all profits go to the First Tee of Denver.

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