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Golf Consultants Roadshow Update

8.39am 28th May 2009 - Management Topics

The GCA ‘Profit From Golf’ Roadshow, at The Warwickshire GC on 4th June, is filling fast and the booking deadline is nearing for this popular golf industry networking event, now in its third year.

The Roadshows, held in association with Ransomes Jacobsen E-Z-GO, have proved a highly successful innovation for the Golf Consultants Association ( since their introduction in May 2007.

At the June 4th Roadshow, speakers including Colin Jenkins (Organisation of Golf Range Owners) and Jeremy Kilby (Club Managers Association of Europe) will join Golf Consultants Association members in giving practical advice for the second half of the 2009 golf season.

The Roadshow will end with an open forum, moderated by the GCA, where all delegates have the chance to raise any topic which they feel is currently ‘hot’.

“If you want to find out what’s happening around the UK golf industry, right now, you need to come to the GCA Roadshow,” said GCA chairman Ian Bulleid.

“Our Roadshows have attracted hundreds of UK golf club operators over the last two seasons. People are attracted by the format, which is a half-day event where people learn the latest industry information, and take away plenty of action points for their ‘things to do right now’ list.

Anyone from the golf industry can attend the event, which costs just £40 including lunch and VAT. The Roadshow lasts half a day, registration 09:00 – 09:30, and finished at lunchtime, reducing the time delegates need to spend away from their businesses.

Places are limited at the ‘Profit From Golf’ Roadshow. For more information on GCA Roadshows, or to book a place at the Warwickshire event on 4th June 2009, please contact Jacqui Baldwin at the Golf Consultants Association on 02476 414999 x207, or email
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