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New website for the Golf Foundation

12.10am 11th April 2008 - Management Topics

The new site has been created to better serve the golf community, offering a dynamic visual appearance, clearer signposting, easier navigation and a more comprehensive content.

The improvements were undertaken as part of a recent Golf Foundation brand revamp designed to reflect the organisation’s progressive role in golf development that sees 700,000 youngsters each year enjoying the sport through the charity’s initiatives in schools, communities and golf clubs.

Sarah Tennyson, marketing manager for the Golf Foundation, said, “We are delighted with the new website and hopefully visitors to the site will be impressed. Members of golf clubs can learn about our school/club link projects, funding for junior activity and the Junior Golf Passport.

“The site also offers much for schools, community groups and of course volunteers, the thousands of people who make up the network that is delivering golf to so many youngsters. Teachers, parents, PGA professionals, club junior organisers and young volunteers can find out all they need to know about the initiatives and opportunities open to them as leaders in junior golf.”

Golf Foundation supporters and sponsors are provided with website links on the site, and there are details of the national golf partnerships of England, Scotland and Wales, which the Foundation supports in the bid to grow the game.

The website is designed to make it as easy as possible for junior golf organisers to find relevant events but also offers the facility for them to post their junior activities on the site to encourage other families in the area to get involved with local projects.

Golf Foundation www.golf-foundation.org

       

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