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GolfBuddy Aims For Best Ever Year

10.30am 11th January 2013 - Corporate

GolfBuddy Andy BoughIMGP4451GolfBuddy, the multiple award-winning golf GPS specialist, heads to the PGA Merchandise Show this month looking to build on an exceptional 2012.

Last year, the global golf GPS leader – which walks golf courses to create ground-verified accurate maps – picked up three high-profile awards and was appointed as approved suppliers to both the Foremost Golf and TGI Golf Partnership buying groups.

And with a record number of new accounts opened in the UK and Ireland, and sales operations established in over 37 countries worldwide, GolfBuddy’s internationally-acclaimed product development team is working full tilt to unveil several exciting new products for 2013.

Said European sales and marketing director, John Ennis: “While our sales performance was very strong we were particularly delighted to receive recognition from golfers and the golf industry last year – with awards that underlined our position as the most innovative golf GPS brand in the world.

“Our Voice product picked up two innovation awards, while the Platinum touchscreen GPS received a Gold Award  from Today’s Golfer magazine. This demonstrates the incredible technology we are able to bring to the golf GPS market and this will continue this year.”

GolfBuddy specialises exclusively in golf GPS devices, Mappers walk courses on foot to ensure the accuracy of course maps and unlike other GPS brands, GolfBuddy never charges any annual membership fees, subscriptions or course download costs.
For a golfer, owning a GolfBuddy is completely fee-free – for a lifetime – and over 36,000 maps in 127 countries are available from its own database, the largest in the world of any golf GPS company.

GolfBuddy is a Corporate Partner with the PGAs of Europe as its ‘official handheld GPS rangefinder’.

GolfBuddy www.gpsgolfbuddy.eu

 

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