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ESP to create an interface with One Golf Network

4.24pm 12th February 2010 - Corporate - This story was updated on Saturday, June 12th, 2010

ESP, the leading software provider to over 200 golf clubs in the UK, has announced they are to create an interface with One Golf Network, Gemini Network Media’s central database of tee times. One Golf Network is endorsed by the EGU and is accessible for both clubs and golfers via the EGU Golf Central website.

Surrey-based ESP, whose clients include the 31 strong Crown Group, have responded to the opportunity to market their clubs’ tee times via One Golf Network’s partner websites.

By uploading your tee times to the powerful One Golf Network central database, it is possible to market your club across a network of partner websites whilst ensuring you remain in complete control.

By creating an interface with One Golf Network, ESP are able to ensure that their clubs can take advantage of marketing their tee times across the growing network of partner websites including EGU Golf Central and Telegraph online, and onto the two million plus golfers who are increasingly using the internet to book their golf.

It’s not only ESP client clubs who can market their tee times online through One Golf Network. All clubs can have their tee times included and have the choice of three ways to participate: through EGU Golf Central, by choosing Golf Club Network to host their club website or by adding the One Golf Network tee time software to their club website. More details can be found at www.onegolfnetwork.co.uk.

ESP Managing Director, David Ross, commented “The proportion of tee times our customers are selling online is rising fast and we want to ensure our clubs can take advantage of the additional marketing opportunities One Golf Network creates whilst retaining all the benefits and ease of use of our proven tee sheet management software.”

John Petrie, Chief Executive of the English Golf Union, stated “I’m delighted that ESP have chosen to support One Golf Network – this is an important step forward in allowing our member clubs to maximise green fee revenues and make it easier for all those golfers who want to arrange their golf online.”

Gemini Network Media’s Managing Director, Jane Carter, added “Every club has tee times that are neither sold to visitors nor used by members. We are creating powerful marketing channels with the EGU, our partners and independent software vendors such as ESP to sell these tee times and boost club revenues.”

       

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