CMAE Partners with The UK Golf Federation as Preferred Education Provider

The Club Management Association of Europe (CMAE) is thrilled to announce a new partnership with The UK Golf Federation (UKGF) as their Preferred Education Provider. This exciting collaboration aims to enrich the membership experience for UKGF members by giving them access to CMAE’s market leading Management Development Programme (MDP) Pathway.

The partnership signifies a significant step forward in enhancing the professional development opportunities available to UKGF members throughout the UK. Through this initiative, UKGF members will have access to the globally recognized MDP Pathway, further augmenting the value of their UKGF membership.

Craig Cotterill, Commercial Director of CMAE, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, We are delighted to be working with The UK Golf Federation as their Preferred Education Provider. This partnership underscores our commitment to delivering top-tier education and resources to all club owners, managers and their teams across the UK. The CMAE look forward to collaborating with Doug and the team at UKGF to deliver even more value to their members.”

Doug Poole CEO of the UK Golf Federation commented “We are thrilled to announce this new partnership agreement with the CMAE. This collaboration will bring tremendous value to our members, giving them access to benefits and opportunities to further enhance their skills and knowledge in the golf industry. We are excited to work together with the CMAE to provide our members with the resources they need to succeed in their careers. This partnership reinforces our commitment to supporting our members and helping them thrive in the ever-evolving world of golf.”

The collaboration between CMAE and The UK Golf Federation aims to empower owners and their teams with the knowledge, skills, and resources necessary to thrive in the dynamic future landscape of golf club management.

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Pictured – Doug Poole and Craig Cotterill