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Mark Siegel Keynote Speaker at PGA Members International Conference in Thailand

11.29am 23rd July 2018 - Exhibitions & Conferences

The managing director of the largest golf tour company in Asia, Mark Siegel, will be giving an expert talk about golf travel at the second PGA Members’ International Conference. Siegel is the owner of Golfasian, a highly respected golf tour operator which handled more than 21,500 tourists in 2017, teeing them up to play over 131,500 rounds of golf in the region.

Mark Siegel

Siegel, who is based in Bangkok with his wife and 13-year-old son, was also instrumental in the formation of ‘Golf In A Kingdom; The Thai Golf Experience’; one of the biggest destination marketing organisations in the world.

Having regularly spoken as a tourism expert at industry conferences and seminars, Siegel is uniquely qualified to share his expert advice about the Asian golf experience at the 2018 Conference. He will speak alongside Richard Hughes and Ian Peek who have also been confirmed as keynote speakers at the world-renowned Laguna Phuket Resort from November 11-14.

“I am honored to speak at the 2018 PGA Members International Conference in Thailand,” said Siegel. “I look forward to sharing information about golf travel trends and what golfers are looking for from golf facilities when booking golf trips. “I will use revealing case studies and golf traveller survey results with new insights. Ultimately, this will help facilities attract more golf visitors.”

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Pictured above: Laguna Phuket Resort 

Golfasian https://www.golfasian.com

       

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