Every day of the year, the HPR team shares information about our clients with the outside world. And very often, when we come up for air from immersion in the worlds of golf, spas, high-end resorts, and communities, we realize that we’ve learned some things from our travels and tribulations that we want to share, as well. So whenever we are enlightened, amused, maddened, or otherwise touched, we will let you know in this blog.


Hunter PR Year End Memo

Hunter PR 2017 – Here's to the New Year!

Planning A Centennial Celebration

The Met Golfer June-July 2016 ​

2016 AT&T Behind The Scenes

Sometimes, being “behind the scenes” means we are SO far behind that we never get to see even one shot actually struck on the golf course. That certainly was the case at the recent AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, where the HPR crew’s duties running the media   center kept us indoors, providing a large international media contingent with all the tools and facilities they needed to report on a stellar week on the Monterey Peninsula. How stellar? As Northern California’s own Art Spander summed it up, “Taylor gets ‘magical’ win at Pebble Beach.”   We agree. There is nowhere more magical […]

Get “Happy Feet” at Mission Inn’s Spa Marbella

Howey-in-the-Hills, Fla. (Oct. 20, 2015) – Healthy feet are happy feet, which is why Spa Marbella at Mission Inn Resort & Club is redefining foot care with a host of new services. Read more…

CIG’s Junior Golf Tour Has First NCAA Champ

MONTEREY, Calif. (June 2, 2015) – Bryson DeChambeau, the 2011 Player of the Year on the Junior Tour of Northern California sponsored by Capital Insurance Group®, captured the NCAA Division I Men’s Golf Championship individual title Monday. A junior at Southern Methodist University, DeChambeau, from Clovis, also was named to the PING First-Team All-America team, announced today. He is the first product of the JTNC to win the NCAA Division I championship and also is SMU's first NCAA men's golf individual national champion, winning at the Concession Golf Club in Bradenton, Fla., with an 8-under par final score of 280. […]