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Visual Golf increases Donnington Grove website traffic

12.51am 3rd August 2009 - Corporate

Visual Golf, a leading video production and distribution company for the golf industry, has assisted Donnington Grove Country Club in increasing traffic to its website by 10 per cent since it went live with Visual Golf’s promotional golf video.

“Our unique visitors increased by 10 per cent after just one month of the promotional golf video being live on the website. Many colleagues have also remarked how it has brought the website to life,” said Christopher Strong, General Manager of Donnington Grove Country Club. “The visualisation, professionalism and expertise of Visual Golf were greatly appreciated.”

The promotional video is a good example of the product Visual Golf are offering its clients. With a focus on being inspirational to golfers but informative at the same time, the production covers the main areas of the venue including all parts of the golf course plus a favourite hole from Director of Golf Gareth Williams, the newly refurbished hotel, the bar and restaurant as well as the new Summer House bedrooms.

Tim Stansbury, Managing Director of Visual Golf said: “We are delighted on the figures received by Donnington Grove and that the video is having an immediate impact. There is no doubt that online video is a rapidly growing industry and we are very excited to be offering these services to the golf sector.

“With the summer months very much upon us now is the perfect time to be out on the course filming. Therefore I’d urge any venues thinking about video to contact us soon to enjoy the benefits for 2009.”

To view the Donnington Grove Country Club production or for more information visit Visual Golf at

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