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PING joins Parliamentary Golf Group

7.07am 27th April 2016 - Management Topics

PING Europe’s Managing Director John Clark
PING Europe’s Managing Director John Clark

The Parliamentary Golf Group has welcomed PING as an Associate Member.

The Group, comprising Members of all major political parties and from both Houses of Parliament, is the official body in Westminster for supporting the sport of Golf.

Joining as an Associate Member, PING agree this singular aim, and to the Group’s constitution. Associate Members are welcome to attend Group meetings, which are held regularly in the Palace of Westminster when Parliament is sitting, as well as the Group’s Annual Dinner.

PING is a world leading manufacturer of golf equipment, founded in 1959. With its European Headquarters in Gainsborough, PING is one of the biggest golf brands in the United Kingdom.

Group Chairman and Lincoln’s Member of Parliament, Karl McCartney MP, welcomed PING. He said “I am delighted to welcome PING as an Associate Member of the Parliamentary Golf Group. The Group is open to all, and the support of Associate Members allows it to provide a strong voice for golf in Westminster.”

PING Europe’s Managing Director, John Clark, commented, “We are thrilled to join the Parliamentary Golf Group. For over sixty years, PING have been passionate about providing custom-fitted, quality golfing equipment to help the consumer play better golf. The Group supports the sport at all levels in the UK, and we are looking forward to working with the Group to tackle key issues in the sport.”




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