De Vere has further underlined its heritage within the game of golf by launching its first golf-dedicated golf website, which gives a clean and functional breakdown of everything that De Vere Golf has to offer, and further supports the Group’s credentials as the UK’s leading golf provider. The new site offers a comprehensive insight into facilities available at all of the renowned De Vere Golf resorts across the UK, including four-time Ryder Cup host, The Belfry; host of the 2013 ISPS HANDA PGA Seniors Championship, Mottram Hall; and the stunning Slaley Hall in Northumberland; whilst allowing you to explore membership packages to suit your requirements, available accommodation, tee times, and discover exclusive offers.
Alongside these, the new design also allows golfers to discover the wider offerings from De Vere Golf, including the state-of-the art Golf Academies, and details the brand new initiative Aprés Golf, aiming to revolutionise post-golf experiences and encourage golfers to spend more time in the clubhouse after their round – though various unique golf games and exclusive drinks offers. There is also a detailed breakdown and interactive content for each of the ambassadors who represent the De Vere Group in the professional ranks, including golfing legend Colin Montgomerie, and European Tour player, Matthew Baldwin.
Jamie Carroll, De Vere Golf Group Sales & Marketing Manager, commented on his delight at the new website going live, “By having a dedicated De Vere Golf website, it sets us apart from the competition by underlining our unmatched heritage throughout the game, and showcases our on-going commitment to making first-class facilities available to golfers of all age and ability across the UK. It has taken a lot of hard work to pull this together, but I am delighted with the end result as it now provides a more engaging experience for users by embracing new levels of interaction and natural linkages to social media channels.”
De Vere Golf www.deveregolf.co.uk
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