Chuck Kennedy wrote:If an advertiser is willing to spend say $10 per 100 viewers, how many spectators are needed to justify a sponsor putting in $1000?And Chuck, you said "We do things for the sport in general, for the members overall, and not just the pros despite the fact it's the PDGA." Boy, you know that's a bad comment. If the AMs pulled out of PDGA membership, it would be a huge hole in revenue, wouldn't it? The expectation is that the PDGA will do something for all of disc golf, not just for the Pros.
Not sure how you read that as me saying the PDGA has been pro focused? I'm saying it has NOT been focused on pros (despite its name) but all competitive players - ams, pros, juniors - as members and with additional services provided to the whole disc golf community like rules, course guidelines, course directory, tech standards, EDGE support, etc.
Sounded like you said something like "it's supposed to be a professional organization, but we do stuff for the AMs anyway", but I can see now from your response that I read it the wrong way. Not surprising for me
I should have read it that the PDGA does more than it's name suggests to benefit everybody
What about the payout depth? Any idea why it's so deep?