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Asian owners to form new group

9.00am 27th May 2005 - Management Topics

Asian Golf Course Owners Association (AGCOA) is a non-profit organization, commissioned by the National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA). Golf course owners, operators and management team are invited to witness the inauguration of AGCOA, together with the nomination and selection of AGCOA board and committee members.
The National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA) was founded in 1971 by a group of public access golf owners. NGCOA exists to provide business solutions for golf operators through networking, information sharing, advocacy, increasing rounds, operation & saving solutions and addressing communities‘ needs. Since then the group has grown to more than 6,000 members in America alone. Another commissioned organization is the European Golf Course Owners Association (EGCOA), founded in 2001, in Great Britain (AGCO), Holland (NVG), Germany (BVGA) and Ireland (IGCOA).
Seeing the explosive growth potential of the Asia’s golf market, NGCOA has entered Asia as AGCOA. The inauguration together with the nomination and selection of AGCOA board and committee members will take place on 9th June 2005 at China World Hotel, Beijing from 2.00pm to 6.00pm. In conjunction to this official launch, leaders, administrators and representatives from NGCOA and EGCOA, and other golf related organizations will congregate and discuss on the topic -“Experience sharing on the success of American and European Golf Course owners and industry authorities; learning how to avoid their mistakes.”
Interested parties who wish to attend the inauguration can contact the AGCOA office, Ms Susanna Ngan at email: susanna_ngan@agcoa.org or tel: (65) 6298 4744.
AGCOA www.agcoa.org

       

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