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GOLFTEC to open training centres in UAE and South Africa

8.45am 19th April 2023 - CorporatePractice Range & Teaching

Leading international golf coaching business GOLFTEC has announced that it is to open two new training centres in Dubai and South Africa in the coming months. 

These new additions will further strengthen GOLFTEC’s global footprint of over 250 locations worldwide, which includes venues in the US, Canada, Japan, China and Singapore.

The new training centre in Dubai will be located in the heart of the city, catering to golf enthusiasts in the United Arab Emirates and the surrounding regions. With state-of-the-art technology, certified coaches, and personalised training plans, GOLFTEC Dubai will offer golfers of all skill levels the opportunity to improve their game and achieve their golfing goals.

The South Africa Training Centre will be located in the World of Golf in Johannesburg, the only golf-themed leisure park in the southern hemisphere. This location will provide access to GOLFTEC’s renowned instructional programmes, including swing analysis, club fitting, and putting instruction, to help players take their game to the next level.

“We are thrilled to expand our presence internationally with the opening of two new Training Centers in Dubai and South Africa,” said Joe Assell, CEO of GOLFTEC. “As a global leader in golf instruction, we are committed to bringing our industry-leading technology and coaching expertise to golfers around the world, and we are excited to introduce our proven instruction programs to golfers in Dubai and South Africa.”

To celebrate the opening of the new venues in Dubai and South Africa, GOLFTEC will be offering special promotions and discounts for golfers who sign up for lessons at these locations.

GOLFTEC is to open a new training centre at World of Golf in Johannesburg

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