Inside Golf Magazine and Golf Management Australia (GMA) have announced a two-year Partnership Agreement which will see the two organisations benefit from improved content sharing, networking and increased brand exposure.

The agreement, which designates Inside Golf as both the Media Partner and a Networking Partner for GMA, will see the magazine expand its already strong coverage of GMA events, conferences, state golf days and announcements, while also providing regular Golf Industry-related content via the GMA publishing/communications platforms including the GMA Journal and email communications.

In addition, the magazine will assume an increased presence at the highly popular annual GMA National Conference (which will this year be held at the iconic Melbourne Cricket Ground from Sunday 6th October to Thursday 10th October), and at selected GMA golf days around Australia.

“Inside Golf is very excited to secure another two-year partnership with the GMA and its 400+ members around Australia,” said Sam Arthur, Publisher of Inside Golf. “The partnership gives us, as a small business, the ability to network with General Managers all around the country, and thus help boost exposure for these clubs, while sharing their success stories with other like-minded clubs across Australia.”

GMA Executive Officer, Jim Cail said “GMA is delighted to be partnering with Inside Golf given their significant presence across the golf industry in Australia.  Sam Arthur and his team are highly committed to supporting GMA members and their clubs, and as Australia’s highest circulating golf publication, GMA is really excited about working closely in the promotion and support of GMA members and programs”.

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About Inside Golf

As Australia’s Most-Read Golf Publication (named by Australian golfers) and Australia’s highest-circulating audited golf publication (CAB Audited every year), Inside Golf is the recognised “golf magazine of choice” by golfers, industry leaders and general managers across Australia.

Inside Golf is an innovative, independent and trusted voice in Australian Golf.  Inside Golf features in-depth coverage of Australian golf news, golf events, golf travel and holiday destinations, Australian and international golf course reviews, the hottest new golf gear, tips and great giveaways.  Written by award-winning journalists, it also features interviews with Australia’s top professional golfers, the game’s rising stars, industry leaders and golf equipment manufacturers.

The publication is also known for breaking new ground in the online/digital space, being the first golf publication in Australia to launch a full page-turning online/digital edition (2006); the first to launch a Facebook page (2009); the first to launch a fully-integrated online/offline advertising media platform (2009); and the first to make the foray into iPads and tablets (2011).


Golf Management Australia’s aim is to represent Golf Club Management in Australia and, through state associations, provide professional development and support for members. Members of GMA are far reaching including metropolitan and country clubs of all structures including public, private and resort facilities. The Board of GMA has a number of strategic directives as detailed in the Strategic Plan, one of which is membership awareness and creation. The objective of this initiative is to highlight the advantages and benefits of being part of GMA, which is an integral part of the golf industry in Australia

About Richard Fellner

Winner of multiple Australian Golf Media Awards, including Best Photojournalism and Best Column, Inside Golf Group Editor Richard Fellner is the quintessential Golf Tragic, having played the game for over 50 years (but has never gotten any better!) He has played and reviewed courses all over the world, and has interviewed many of the great players of the game (including Jack Nicklaus, Tom Watson and Greg Norman). Richard is a member of both the Australian Golf Writers Association and the Golf Society of Australia, and he is a regular guest on many Australian "sports talk" radio shows and networks, including ABC Grandstand, SEN 1116, Melbourne Talk Radio 1377, 2GB and others. Follow Richard Fellner on Quora


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