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Powertee partner with the European Golf Course Owners Association

8.18am 9th August 2012 - Corporate

The European Golf Course Owners Association has announced their partnership with Powertee. EGCOA Director, Lodewijk Klootwijk said: “Powertee have been a great supporter of EGCOA events over the last number of years. We are delighted to now welcome them as an official partner of the EGCOA and look forward to sharing their great product with our members. The Powertee system is a great investment for any golf facility.”

Power Tee is the world’s leading automated teeing system with the only tried and tested technology in its field. Having been installed in 15 countries across the world there are now over 5 million balls per day hit from Power Tee.

The success has come from having a reliable and renowned product that is backed up with a wealth of industry knowledge. In the UK over 95% of automated ranges have chosen Power Tee. Power Tee is proven to increase revenues through increased customer satisfaction, bringing new golfing sectors to the range increasing footfall and incremental sales throughout the establishment.

The sales training programme that runs alongside the installation of Power Tee ensures that all customers benefit not only from the latest technological advancements with Power Tee but a direct insight into the ways of best practice, both business and golf orientated.

Power Tee is more than just an award winning brand, it is a culture in which sites grow their business throughout the facility from the installation. Richard Baggarley, managing director of Powertee, said: “We look forward to working in partnership with the EGCOA for many years to come.”


European Golf Course Owners Association


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