Global Golf Advisors, the golf industry’s leading authority on successful course ownership and management practices, has announced a new office outside Dublin, Ireland, to serve the firm’s clients across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The office will be managed by Rob Hill, who has been appointed director of Global Golf Advisors’ EMEA division. Hill, who joined Global Golf Advisors in 2012, has 15 years of advisory experience to clients in the region.
“The growth of our business in the EMEA now requires a dedicated presence,” said Stephen Johnston, president of Global Golf Advisors. “We’re fortunate to have someone of Rob’s experience to serve clients, manage the business and grow new opportunities.”
Hill graduated from the University of Wales with a degree in sports management. He also earned an MBA from Oxford Brookes University in England.
Global Golf Advisors serves private, resort and public golf facilities as well as financial institutions throughout the EMEA. The Ireland office is located at Newtown Business Park, Newtownmountkennedy, County Wicklow, Ireland, +353 1 281 0338.
Global Golf Advisors is an international consulting practice that helps golf course owners, financial institutions and real estate developers solve problems related to course management and operations.
The Toronto-based firm takes a 360-degree view of management and operational issues before developing a strategic plan that establishes benchmarks for success and identifies potential outcomes of recommended actions. In its 20-year history, GGA has consulted on more than 2,000 golf-related projects worldwide.
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