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ClickOnGolf.TV Quickly Making Heads Turn

12.47am 4th October 2012 - Media

Golf’s latest new website, ClickOnGolf.TV, is off to a flying start since it launched in August 2012. The world’s first video-only golf site has grabbed the attention of leading manufacturers, coaches, destinations and retailers who have signed up to its video initiative. The site brings together the very best videos from across the world, from entertainment and tour highlights to instruction, product reviews and travel destinations. The service is absolutely free to use.

ClickOnGolf.TV’s latest innovation is “dedicated channels” which is offered to those who sign up. This exciting new concept allows the leading brands across the golf industry to place their video content into their own personalised channels. Viewers can easily navigate across channels as if they were watching regular television, flicking from brand to brand and watching a diverse range of video content.

“For many years, the golf industry has operated with magazines and leading names acting as individual islands, unwilling to work together. With ClickOnGolf.TV, this bridges them together into a one-stop site for everything that’s golf. Golfers can come to our site and watch exciting and different content from a range of sources. As 4G technology evolves, golfers can now get all the latest content through video on their smartphones or tablets. Why read when you can watch? This is the future of golf,” explains director Benjamin Potter.

ClickOnGolf.TV www.clickongolf.tv

       

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