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Sports Coach at the Conference

12.10am 27th October 2006 - Corporate

Sports Coach Systems, an industry leader in GPS golf simulation, is participating at this year’s Business of Golf Conference that will be held at Celtic Manor from October 29th to 31st.
On Monday 30th, delegates will be able to view a presentation of the company’s latest work, which includes a number of new courses that are still in the design/build stage, and the Old Course, St Andrews, the first in a series of simulations of courses associated with The Open Championship. Sports Coach Systems will also shortly begin work on the GB and Ireland Ryder Cup Courses series. Further information along with a demo disc will be available to take away.
Oceanico Developments in Portugal and Kearns Developments in Ireland are already experiencing benefits by using simulations as an integral part of their marketing campaigns for real estate and club membership. Owners of courses designed or co-designed by Nick Faldo, Retief Goosen and Christy O’Connor have all realised the massive benefits in having the architect’s designs simulated for their own operations.
The Sports Coach new GPS2 system will take the benchmark even higher offering the most realistic simulation available anywhere in the world. Broadcast organisations and some of the world’s most respected architects and professional golfers are looking at enhancing their businesses by using the latest in GPS simulation software from Sports Coach Systems.
Readers unable to go to Celtic Manor can order a demo disc from Sports Coach representative John Ross by email:
Sports Coach Systems Ltd.
Business of Golf Conference

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