Project Description

DSG Global
The Future of Golf

Date & Time:

April 13, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

Despite some challenges, the game of golf continues to find popularity around the world. Surprisingly, Golf is one of the few industries that found success during the COVID-19 Pandemic thanks to players’ ability to maintain a safe, social distance.

But what do the years 2021 and beyond hold for the game?

Join National Golf Foundation Chief Business Officer, Greg Nathan as he talks with Bob Silzer, President & CEO of DSG Global (NASDAQ; DSGT) about the current state of the game, future trends, and the technology that will keep it growing decades into the future.

Register today for your spot in this deep dive into the future of golf.

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