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Carr Golf launches new consultancy services division

12.00pm 23rd March 2000 - Corporate

The Carr Golf Organisation has recently launched their new brand for golf course management and consultancy. The new Carr Golf Services division offers a fresh and attractive service for golf course facilities in Ireland and around the world. The company’s managing director Marty Carr is extremely enthusiastic about the new services division.

“The new consultancy services division is a great addition to the Carr Golf Group. We have formulated a team of advisors and forged some exciting partnerships in order to create a strong team of professionals to support this new venture. Our service and experience is now unrivalled in the industry. As a Carr Golf client you get more than just a management company, you get an organisation that is resourceful, diverse and dynamic and committed to superior service, a high quality product and to our clients’ financial success.”

The services division provides two distinct functions: one is a complete operational management service for golf facilities and the other is an impressive range of consultancy services specialising in business development. These include marketing, Internet Development, IT (in partnership with the Baron Corporation), course design and development, finance, recruitment and event management.

Carr Golf Services currently has five facilities under management and a throughput of customers in 1999 exceeding 200,000 golfers. Robert Hill has returned to Ireland to manage the new services division. Prior to joining Carr Golf, Robert worked for the Marriott Group, one of the UK’s largest golf course operators.

Carr Golf also operates a successful golf travel division.

       

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