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Direct Golf UK Launch TV Channel

8.03am 12th April 2011 - Media - This story was updated on Sunday, June 26th, 2011

Direct Golf UK, Europe’s leading multi-channel golf retailer, has unveiled an exciting new TV channel to help golfers choose the right equipment and improve their game.

Direct Golf TV, launched online last week at www.directgolftv.com, is an innovative new service designed to bring golfers informative, impartial video reviews for all the latest golfing equipment, as well as videos on golf tips and drills plus special offers exclusive to Direct Golf UK.

Neil Bell, Managing Director, said: “The new channel is designed to improve the shopping experience for everyone at Direct Golf UK. With the volume of equipment available on the market today, golfers need as much assistance and advice as possible. Our goal is to help golfers find the right equipment to improve their game and buy with confidence.”

Using an experienced production team that includes former Today’s Golfer Equipment Editor, Carly Cummins, as host presenter plus PGA Professionals Tom Denby, Jamie Donaldson and Dan Frost – the new channel boasts golf tips and drills from leading golf coaches as well as a comprehensive guide to shopping to make buying golf equipment quick and simple.

So whether it’s more information about Direct Golf UK’s loyalty scheme, understanding the steps Direct Golf UK take to ensure 100% customer satisfaction, or simply finding more out about delivery options – everything the customer needs to know about Direct Golf UK is on Direct Golf TV.

The investment in the TV Channel follows recent new store openings in Reading, Farnborough, Milton Keynes and Peterborough and further enhances Direct Golf UK’s commitment to world class customer service, huge stocks allied with some of the best prices in the UK.

Direct Golf TV www.directgolftv.com

       

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