Is Golf Digest the new Maxim? Probably not, but the magazine sure has been making waves recently with a string of racy (by Golf Digest standards, at least) cover photos.
With eight brands down, Condé Nast Entertainment is continuing to roll out digital video channels for the company’s numerous lifestyle titles.
Golf isn’t exactly the sexiest of sports. And unlike certain other sports titles, Golf Digest isn’t known for attempting to spice up its guy-dominated subject with attractive female cover models.
Proving that native advertising can travel just about anywhere, Golf Digest is launching its first native Web ad that will use Adobe's data to track the social conversation around next week's Masters tournament in Augusta, Ga., while promoting its analytics services.
Magazines are always trying to find ways to target their content to readers’ interests and needs. Golf Digest is taking that concept a step further with the launch of Golf Digest Live, a digital magazine that creates personalized issues based on the reader’s most recent round of golf.
March Madness may be the big news in sports at the moment, but for golf fans across the country, it’s all about April—and the Masters. The tournament, which takes place at the Augusta National Golf Club from April 5 to 8, is the official kickoff for the golf season, and the sport’s top publications are busy getting fans excited for the big event.