*NEW* Each Monday, we put the spotlight on an ING member (#MemberMonday).
The Citrus Golf Trail, located just 60 miles south of Disney World, is a collection of great golf courses located in Sebring, Florida that offer history, value, fantastic golf, and the friendliest service anywhere. With courses that build on the natural beauty of South Central Florida (picture moss-covered oaks and preserves that provide a picturesque backdrop), golfers may find it difficult to keep their eyes on the ball. Wet and dry, sandy and woody conditions combine to create challenging and fun courses for any skill level on Sebring’s fairways. And, Sebring is one of the most affordable golf destinations anywhere in the country, even in peak season, where golfers can stay and play for as little as $99 per person per night including room, golf, and complimentary breakfast.
Seth Saunders has a passion for helping develop others and every aspect of the game of golf. He has published over 100 articles covering a wide variety of topics and has a blog called “The Heroes Leadership Blog.”
Currently Seth supports companies/brands such as Gigg and Iron Cowboy. He also is the Head Coach for the girls golf team at Timpanogos High School (#twolvesgolf) as well as Assistant Coach for the boys golf team.
Seth values building a strong network through authentic relationships.
Rich Styles is host of Back9Boys, a golf-focused radio show which airs on six ESPN radio stations from Brunswick/Sea Island/St. Simons Island to Waycross to Savannah and Hilton Head.
Back9Boys topics include talking with instructors like David Leadbetter, Dave Pelz, Todd Anderson to PGA Tour pros like Zach Johnson, Matt Kuchar, Davis Love III and Billy Casper. The show also features authors, golf designers, personal trainers, training devices, fashion as well as places to play and stay. ESPN Coastal.com runs the show each Saturday and Sunday from 8-9am EST (Not in the area? No problem — you can listen live on espncoastal.com!)
Rich got hooked on golf while living in NC. He first started in the radio business in college; and went on to own three marketing/PR firms in NC until he moved to St. Simons Island, GA to live in his wife Vickie’s grandmother’s house where she frequently visited as a child.