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Tom Moraghan Launches Aspire Golf
September 26, 2007 - Aspire Golf Consulting in Long Valley, N.J., has been launched by Tim Moraghan, former director of championships agronomy for the United States Golf Association (USGA). The new company will provide a wide range of services covering all facets of the golf industry, including public, private and resort golf courses, developers, golf course architects, club management and, most importantly, golf course superintendents.
Among the areas of focus will be golf course tournament preparation, golf course master planning, staff evaluation, conditioning and turf grass management. In addition, Moraghan and his associates will evaluate equipment and maintenance facilities, provide an overview of Rules of Golf basics for superintendents and their staffs, and conduct golf course architectural reviews and assessment.
"Aspire Golf Consulting isn't just about agronomic conditioning…it's a comprehensive golf industry consulting firm designed to support the needs of golf courses of all types, around the world," Moraghan said. "At Aspire we help our clients to reach their goals and to hone a competitive edge by helping them achieve their maximum potential."
For more than 30 years, Moraghan's talents and work ethic have brought a wealth of benefits to the golf industry. From serving on grounds crews to constructing golf courses and working as a golf course superintendent, Moraghan's experience encompasses a wide range of talents and expertise in golf, topped by the prestigious position he held at the USGA. During his career, he also worked on professional events at The Tournament Players Club (Ponte Vedra) courses, Pinehurst Resort and the Byron Nelson Classic at the Las Colinas Sports Club (Dallas).
Moraghan will tap into an extensive and knowledgeable network comprised of leading golf industry professionals with decades of experience and who understand the importance of long-term relationships.
For more information, call 908/876-1102 or visit www.aspire-golf.com.
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