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GolfBuddy Appointed as TGI Golf Partner Supplier

12.51am 7th September 2012 - Corporate

GolfBuddy White Platinum

The award-winning company, which specialises in the manufacture of golf rangefinders and walks golf courses to ensure unparalleled map accuracy, will make products available to over 400 TGI partners from this month.

GolfBuddy Platinum touchscreen GPS was recently voted best in test with a coveted Gold Award from Today’s Golfer magazine and also received the highest score of any golf GPS in Golf Monthly magazine, beating all other brands with 88/100.

Said John Ennis, GolfBuddy Europe general manager: “We are delighted to be working with the TGI Golf Partnership which is an extremely professional group with a network of proactive and experienced golf professional partners.

“GolfBuddy is the world’s largest golf GPS brand, with operations in over 37 countries worldwide. Giving TGI partners access to our award-winning range of products will benefit their businesses and, of course, enable us to increase our UK sales base which has already reported phenomenal growth this year.”

With its new Platinum GPS rangefinder and this year’s launch of Europe’s first ever talking golf GPs – GolfBuddy Voice – GolfBuddy can claim to be the most innovative rangefinder brand in golf.

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 35,000 maps are available from its own database,  which the Company says is 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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