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‘(L)earn from the Best’ webinar with world renowned Global Golf Advisors

11.06am 11th November 2015 - Management Topics

Henry DeLozier and Rob Hill
Henry DeLozier and Rob Hill

As a Golf Club Manager or Owner, understanding the impact of the role played by a good golf professional on the finances of the golf facility is essential.

In this special ‘(L)earn from the Best’ Webinar, which is being organised by the PGA, Henry DeLozier and Rob Hill of renowned golf consultancy Global Golf Advisors (GGA) will provide a greater insight into topics including:

  • How a golf pro can contribute to the Business Metrics of Your Club
  • Their role in Increasing Revenues
  • Ways that the golf pro can personalise services to increase share-of-wallet
  • Understand, Plan, Act and Measure!

When is the webinar? – Online on Friday November 13th 2015 from 2.00 -3.00 p.m. (UK)

How much does it cost? – This is a free of charge event, but you must register ahead of the date to guarantee your place

How do I book my place? – click on the link below:

I WANT TO REGISTER TO BE AT THIS WEBINAR

This unique webinar, is guaranteed to leave you with new insight into how a golf pro can best influence the finances of the golf club.

Global Golf Advisors (Formerly KPMG Golf Industry Practice) are the largest advisory firm in the world dedicated to golf-related businesses. From offices in Canada, USA and Europe, GGA has served more than 2,700 clients worldwide specialising in strategy, finance, business planning, market research, membership, governance, communications and club operations.

Global Golf Advisors http://www.globalgolfadvisors.com/

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