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Golf Industry heads to Celtic Manor

4.45pm 25th October 2006 - Exhibitions & Conferences

Organisers expect almost 100 delegates from a dozen countries to attend this weekend’s ‘Business of Golf 2006 – Profit from Golf‘ Conference at Celtic Manor.
The Conference, run by the Golf Consultants Association, is in its second year. Last year’s event, at the St Andrews Bay Resort and Hotel, received a 100% satisfaction rating from delegates who responded to a post-Conference questionnaire.
Last minute full delegate and day delegate places are available: call Jacqui Baldwin at the GCA on +44 (0)2476 414999, extension 207.
The Conference website (www.businessofgolf2006.com) carries full details of the Agenda.
Full delegates will enjoy two nights of 5-star luxury at future Ryder Cup venue Celtic Manor: the Conference will include presentations on the subject of preparations for Ryder Cup 2010 – and how delegates can learn from the work in progress.
“We have once again been delighted with the response” said GCA chairman, Mike Shields. “Our programme is all-new for this second year, with twenty speakers and several superb panels of experts lined up to talk about a wide range of subjects – all focussing on how to make profit from golf.”
Ex-captain of the PGA John Stirling is lined up to make the after-dinner speech at the gala dinner on the Monday night. Stirling is well known as one of the industry’s most extraordinary and entertaining after-dinner speakers.
Business of Golf Conference www.businessofgolf2006.com

       

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