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Director of Golf

Phone: (608) ***-****  HQ Phone
Bridges Golf Course
2702 Shopko Drive
Madison , Wisconsin 53704
United States

Company Description: Bridges Golf Course offers lessons at a single-session or series of sessions rate. Our experienced club professional will take the time with you to develop all...   more

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"There seems to be more energy ..., 1 Jan 2013 [cached]
"There seems to be more energy and enthusiasm at the Show this year, and there seems to be a lot more new product introductions than I remember in a long time," said Becky Iverson, PGA director of golf at The Bridges Golf Course in Madison, Wis. "The cool factor is higher than in many years.
Becky ..., 22 June 2015 [cached]
Becky Iverson
Becky Iverson
Becky Iverson
A 14-year member of the LPGA Tour, Iverson won the Friendly's Classic championship in 1995 with a career-best 63 in the second round. She turned professional in 1989 and earned $1,556,622 in her career. She also had three wins on the LPGA Futures Tour and one win on the Hooter's Tour. She was player of the year on the 1993 Central Florida Tour. Iverson, who played for the U.S. team in the Solheim Cup in 2000, finished second in the British Open and the du Maurier Classic in 2000 and tied for sixth at the LPGA Championship in 2001. She won the Michigan Junior Amateur by 20 strokes in 1985, won the 1987 Michigan Women's Amateur championship and won the Upper Peninsula Ladies Golf Association title in 1989. She played golf for four years at Michigan State University and was selected to the Michigan Golf Hall of Fame in 2014. She currently is director of golf at The Bridges Club in Madison, Wis.
"When I tell people I'm going ..., 2 Sept 2015 [cached]
"When I tell people I'm going to go play the Legends Tour, they have no idea what I'm talking about," said Becky Iverson of Madison.
And the tour, which has a minimum age requirement of 45, has given players such as Nause and Iverson a reason to keep their games sharp.
Iverson, 47, also would like to tee it up in the first Senior Women's Open, but the native of Gladstone, Mich., has different motivations for playing on the Legends Tour. After a 20-year career as a touring professional - she won once on the LPGA Tour and three times on the developmental Futures (now Symetra) Tour - Iverson no longer enjoys the grind of tournament golf. But the Legends Tour gives her a chance to reconnect with old friends a couple times a year. "I don't particularly like the competition part of it anymore," she said.
If Iverson had different priorities, she probably would be one of the Legends Tour's better players. She tied for 15th at French Lick in her first start of the year and had a top-10 finish in one of her two starts in 2014. "I'm hitting it as good as ever," she said. But Iverson, a member of the 2000 U.S. Solheim Cup team, prefers her full-time job as director of golf at The Bridges in Madison to playing competitive golf. "I actually enjoy it more than playing because when you play you're never in control of anything," she said. "It's not like you're always in control when you work at a golf course, either, but you have some control at least and you know what's going on. I like that. I enjoy it very much." Iverson left the LPGA Tour when her daughter started kindergarten and never looked back. She had played primarily to please her father, Ken Iverson, and after he died of cancer, she lost the will to keep grinding. "I was glad that he pushed me and kicked my butt," she said.
Becky Iverson - Director of ..., 3 Aug 2014 [cached]
Becky Iverson - Director of Golf
Bridges Golf Course
2702 Shopko Drive Madison, WI 53704
Becky Iverson, director of ..., 1 Jan 2012 [cached]
Becky Iverson, director of golf at Bridges Golf Course in Madison, Wisconsin, is looking ahead to 2012 and a different approach to third-party reservation services. Basically, the decision that she and head professional Ann Bloomfield hit upon was to "go local" instead of dealing with one of the national tee reservation wholesalers or a Web-based coupon company like LivingSocial or Groupon.
"We had a target of 30,000 rounds using our rack rate of $50 in 2011 and came pretty close to the goal," Bloomfield says. "Compared to other courses in our market, the rounds-played drop-off versus 2009 was fairly minimal, only about 8 percent. Rack rate at Bridges Golf Course for 2012 will bump up to $55, while the hard-to-fill times that get managed by the local Madison Golf Deals packager ( will be value-priced quite aggressively, down at the $25 level.
Iverson, a longtime LPGA Tour player who made the switch to golf management several years ago, feels the new approach can undo about half of the discount effect on revenues. "Most course operators are OK with cutting their rack rate in half to fill the weakest spots on the tee sheet," she says. "What hurts is having to split that down the middle again to pay the third party. This home-cooking version of a tee time reservation site is newly launched and had just one additional course in the process of signing on when Iverson committed. Her own preference for this approach to third-party selling lies partly in the issue of how frequently the customer is contacted.
"Doing it this way," says Iverson, "we can trust that e-mail promotions will be infrequent. We want to be sure our golfers aren't getting bombarded." The approach hasn't been completely without issues, however. Last season, there were a few unhappy examples of double-booking, in which customers who booked third-party tee times arrived to find an 18-hole shotgun in full swing. Those concerns have been addressed, and Iverson expects less difficulty with software interface in the upcoming season.
In general, Iverson sees Groupon and similar Web services as much more appropriate for start-up businesses, not those with established clientele. "Golfers who came to us through our former third-party seller were 80 percent returnees," she says.
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