Majors Challenge, an online service that makes it easy to administer a fantasy golf pool for any PGA tournament, has extended its partnership for two years with NewEngland.Golf.

BOSTON – New England dot Golf ( has announced today a two-year extension of a partnership with Majors Challenge (, a New Jersey-based fantasy golf business that simplifies the process of running golf pools.

As part of the agreement, NewEngland.Golf will promote Majors Challenge and also host its own fantasy golf league centered around golf’s four major championships – Masters, U.S. Open, Open Championship and PGA Championship. Golf fans are invited to create an account for free at:


“We are pleased to continue our partnership with New England dot Golf,” said Dan Pitluk, CEO and founder of Majors Challenge. “Playing Majors Challenge Fantasy Golf is simple, fun and low maintenance. You pick a team of 12 pro golfers that compete against other teams in the Majors Challenge League sponsored by New England dot Golf. Each weekly tournament is a separate contest with prizes awarded to the winning team.”

NEG is a seven-year-old golf media company that has distinguished itself as the No. 1 source for golf news in the New England market for four consecutive years. The team at NEG features 20 writers including award-winning journalists Steve Pike, Ed Travis, Bruce Berlet, Bill Doyle, Len Ziehm, Leigh MacKay, Dave Daubert, Alan Darty, Tom Bedell and more.


Majors Challenge ( is an online service that makes it easy for anyone to set up and administer a fantasy golf pool for any PGA tournament. The platform provides an extensive set of commissioner tools, intuitive interface to enter teams, and an exciting real-time leaderboard to follow the live action. The fast-growing customer base includes golf club pro shops, promotional contest providers and all golf enthusiasts.

NewEngland.Golf is a digital marketing platform which highlights the best of golf in the New England six-state region and beyond. NEG is a golf media brand delivered through a multitude of web, email and social media channels. The company’s portfolio includes Pro Golf Weekly (, eSouthernGolf ( and Golf Life Real Estate (

Jim got his start in golf writing with a gig at a Connecticut-based golf magazine, where he interviewed Ernie Els, among others. Since then, he’s covered tournaments for the LPGA, PGA Tour, Champions Tour and many amateur events. His work has been published in a number of magazines including GolfBoston Travel & Leisure, Southern New England Golf, New England Golf Monthly and Rhode Island Monthly. Jim ‘s favorite golf courses are Kebo Valley in Bar Harbor, Maine, Pebble Beach and Furry Creek in Vancouver B.C. and almost any Donald Ross course. Jim can be reached by email at

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