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Carr Golf Services to redevelop, rebrand and manage Spawell Golf Centre

7.44am 10th May 2012 - Corporate

Carr Golf Services has been selected to manage Spawell Golf Centre in Dublin. The facility, one of the largest of its kind inIrelandhas been transformed with Carr Golf Services & Power League assuming control over the leisure assets on the 30 acre site.

Carr Golf Services has been appointed by Edmar Golf, to redevelop and manage the Golf Centre. The venue comprises of  48 indoor and 12 outdoor driving bays over two tiers, an 18 hole pitch & putt course, putting green, squash courts, large meeting room and retail space.

The addition of The Spawell Golf Centre to the portfolio of Ireland’s largest Golf Company now brings the number of facilities under management and maintenance contracts to 12. The company also operates eight retail outlets and a tee time booking portal

At the announcement, commercial director Ed Pettit stated: “The inclusion of Spawell in our portfolio gives us economies of scale and a competitive advantage, which is critical in this competitive market. We are undertaking a significant refurbishment programme which includes a new brand and direction for the facility, phase 1 of which is due to be completed in May. Additional improvement works will be on-going.”

He added: “Carr Golf venues will facilitate an estimated 275,000 golfers in 2012. People like the fact we are a passionate company with a highly qualified team of 40 people, who are focused on providing solutions for clients and customers in this challenging Industry.

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