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American Golf Opens Flagship London Store

9.02am 24th July 2014 - Corporate

american golf's new  City of London store
american golf’s new City of London store

Europe’s largest golf retailer, American Golf, has opened a new flagship store in the heart of the City of London. Just a stone’s throw from Monument, this exciting new addition to the company’s portfolio is in a prime location and is being kitted out with the very best technologies on the market.

To celebrate the opening of this flagship store, American Golf has also put together a series of promotions in conjunction with its leading manufacturers. These include special events hosted by Ping, Titleist, Garmin, Nike and many more.

“The location of our Monument store is fantastic. Golfers in the City will easily be able take advantage of the great services that we offer to all of our customers, right on their doorstep,” comments Tony Walsh, Retail Director at American Golf. “What will really appeal to customers is that they can pop in to the shop, try out our clubs and, once they have chosen the right ones to improve their game, they can have them delivered to their home or office for free.”

As well as the free delivery service, American Golf is also anticipating a lot of demand for its free in store custom fit service and for lessons from its in-house PGA Professionals. All of these great services can now be booked by AG members through a dedicated section on the website:

With a PGA Pro available in every store, the widest range of product available, free custom fitting for all customers, free home delivery and the new iPad ordering system, American Golf is better placed than ever to help golfers to perform to the best of their abilities.

American Golf


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