Golf tourism is on the increase and is bouncing back from the economic downturn, a new survey by KPMG has revealed. According to the Golf Travel Insights report, 60% of golf tour operators experienced an increase in the number of golf breaks booked in 2011, compared to 38% in 2010.
Unique loyalty strategy striking a cord as golfers pluck up ‘Platinum Disks’
The European Greenkeeping Education Unit (Egeu) is pleased to announce that a new website has been developed to complement the already existing EGEU website.
Two years on and the De Vere Club continues to thrive after challenging the notion of traditional golf club memberships
By Gregg Patterson, General Manager of the Beach Club, Santa Monica
The Spanish capital of Madrid will welcome club managers, directors and operators from across the continent for the European Conference on Club Management (ECCM) from February 2-4, 2012.
The Club Managers Association of Europe and the Hungarian Club Managers’ Association organized the 1st Central & Eastern European Club Managers Conference on 10-11 November 2011.
The Scottish Golf Union and the Scottish Ladies’ Golfing Association, the national governing bodies for amateur golfers, have blazed a trail for the rest of Europe to follow after successfully staging Scottish Golf Club Management Training Level One – the first comprehensive course of its kind.
‘The Aspiring Manager’s Awards 2011’ was held at the newly refurbished Four Seasons Hotel on Park Lane on Friday 28th October 2011.
An influential team of Golf organisations which include The European Tour, FEGGA, PGA’s of Europe, CMAE, EGCOA, GEO, GCIA and EIGCA, have agreed to expand and promote the “Grow the Game of Golf´´ website.
Bournemouth University are calling out to employers to offer industrial placements for 40 weeks between July 2012 and September 2013.
An Irish Golf Director is working around the clock as he plays a pivotal role in the launch of a $5millon tournament in China.