Many clubs are signing agreements with visiting players, which can appeal to both parties, especially to clubs that receive marketing awards, as well as to both members and guests of the organization.
In light of the growing trend, some of the biggest golfers have signed up with golf clubs to become their ‘travel experts’.
One of these clubs, Dundonald’s links in North Irshire, has reached an agreement with Juan Walker.
After a successful amateur career, Yuan immediately turned professional after the 2019 Walker Cup against Hoylak, and interrupted his preparations for his first European tour. He earned full playing rights on a challenging European tour, but his career was halted for a year due to a pandemic, but now there is a complete Challenge Tour program ahead of him. He was delighted to be able to plan the 2021 program from its new foundation: Improvements and improvements to the resort, along with changes to the previous course of the championship, are making Dundonald one of the largest golf courses in the country, and I am proud to represent the resort internationally. Step. ”
Dundonald Links is one of Scotland’s best link courses, and has a history of hosting major Scottish events since 2008. Most recently, the Aberdeen Property Management Scottish Open in 2015-2017, and the Aberdeen Property Management Scottish Open in 2017.
Darwin Speaks In 2019, he took ownership of the resort, and made significant investments in education and abroad. Kyle Phillips returned to renovate the original design, and an impressive new clubhouse is currently under construction. In addition to the golf facilities, the ሚሊዮን 25 million project will include the construction of 22 rooms and 18 luxury lodges, eventually renovating a unique venue.
Ian Ferguson, general manager of Dundonald Links, said: “We are delighted to have our tour guide Yuan on Dundonald Links. As we have seen in all his amateur work, we believe he will make significant waves at professional levels. It’s a great place to invest in improving our facility, inviting Ewan home and working on the game around the events of the tour. ”
Another English golf course that has invested heavily in the last two decades is the Ramside Hall Golf Club in Durham, signed by Wayne Fenny as a visiting tourist.
Regional and international PGAA. When he does not visit events, Wayne holds team clinics to help dedicated players improve their skills and swing.
He will also be preparing to host corporate hospitality events at the club, which will host two 18-hole championship golf courses with 16 Bay Region driving regions.
Wayne’s interest in golf began when his family moved to Bernopfield, a house opposite the Hobson Golf Club, and in As a professor in 2016, he played two seasons on the PGA EuroPro Tour, completing two of the top 10 finals in regional PGA events.
Sponsored by HQBS Energy Solutions, he completed the top five in the PGA EuroPro Tour Qualification School for Athletes Club Bristol to secure a travel card for the 2021 season.
In preparation for a tour of Europe in September, he will play his own game at the Ramsey Golf Club, the 72th Archbishop’s Course and the Cathedral course.
“Both are fantastic courses,” he said, and although they are fair, they have different levels of holes and water features.
The speeds are wide and generous to get a good game, no matter your level of skill, and there is a conservative option at every turn.
It’s an honor to be associated with Ramside Golf Club – it will be great for my development and I look forward to sharing some of my experiences with players of all ages and abilities.
Helen Rosebury Wayne, director of golf at the Ramside Hall Golf Club, said she was “delighted.”
“He is a great ambassador for the sport and the district of Duram,” she said, and he is a great coach. Players can learn a lot from him and it was amazing if our resources helped him develop his game.