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Facing up to difficulty

12.52am 23rd February 2009 - Management Topics

For over twenty five years Bill Sanderson, universally known as the ‘Golf Business Coach’, has delivered highly acclaimed business seminars exclusively designed for Golf Pros and Golf Club Managers.

But 2009 is different.

Bill says, “For many Golf Pros and Club Managers this is the most difficult trading season they will have ever faced. For those who have been through recession before they know how much it takes to get it right.

“Too many people aim for survival. This is not an option because it is the minimum acceptable and leaves no room for error. Get the lowest goal possible wrong and there is nowhere to go.

“That is why I have designed my pre season golf business seminar programme to show how to not only survive, but prosper in these trading conditions.”

This one day seminar is being delivered on a regional basis and is chock full of practical, proven ideas, tips and advice on exactly what to do and how to do it to make this a successful season.

A bonus is the further support delivered through personal coaching which ensures that all the ideas delivered on the day can be adapted to the specific circumstances at their Pro Shop or Club.

This is, in Bill’s view, one of the most important seminars he has ever designed because the stakes are so high for so many Golf Pros.

The real life, “as it is”, practical approach makes this the most powerful seminar he has ever put together he says. “Whatever the type of club and whatever the size or location of the Pro Shop, everyone will take away a blue print for success in season 2009.”

Full details are at or telephone Bill on 07767 303864 or email

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