Golf Citizen has embarked on an ambitious partnership to grow its revolutionary on-line tee-time booking service throughout Southeast Asia and other parts of Asia.
The ground-breaking partnership is with the Asia Pacific Golf Group (APGG), publisher of Asian Golf, Asia’s most authoritative golf magazine.
The Dubai-based Golf Citizen is one of the fastest growing on-line services in golf and it plans to grow its business platform in Asia.
In announcing the partnership, Mohamed J Buamaim, chairman and chief executive officer of Golf Citizen said, “We want to make it universally known that golfers in Asia now have the ability to book tee-times at any club in the GOLF CITIZEN network.”
In time, the plan is to have most of the top golf clubs in the region registered with Golf Citizen.
Commenting on the partnership, Mike Sebastian, chief executive officer of APGG said, “On-line reservation services for golf clubs is the way to go and it is an excellent way for a club to sell as much of its available tee-times to a global marketplace.”
“With online payment, and email confirmations, golfers will enjoy a seamless booking process and as this service grows, it is going to be a golfer’s best partner – just imagine, no more phone calls, no more booking forms and no more hassles,” added Buamaim. “Click on the country you wish to play golf in, select your preferred city and finally pick your favourite golf course. It can’t get simpler than that!”
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