The world’s best-selling golf book has had a facelift for the 2016 season and is set to be launched fully to the U.K. golf market. With 1.5 million copies sold worldwide the Golf Rules Quick Reference book, written by Rules Official Yves C. Ton-That, will be distributed through Golftech, owners of Big Max, and will be supported with a P.R. campaign.
With simplicity at its heart, the Golf Rules Quick Reference book guides users through the rules of the game with ease. It is put to use every year by academies and professionals across the world as a companion to lessons, as well as a quick, on course reference for golfers. With the new rules for 2016 just introduced, now is the perfect time to introduce this golfer’s companion to retail in the U.K. and Ireland.
Ian Waddicar, Managing Director of Golftech U.K. commented, “We’ve got a great opportunity to distribute the Golf Rules Quick Reference fully to the U.K. market for the first time. Its impact across the world has been incredible due to its simplicity. And with golfers, teaching professionals and clubs all with a vested interest in quick understanding of the new and existing rules, we’re sure that this fantastic resource will be a huge success.”
The ideal addition to any member’s bag, the ‘Golf Rules Quick Reference’ book will speed up the pace of play, resolve any rules issue on the spot and help golfers shoot as low a score as possible through understanding where the rules go in their favour as well as avoiding un-necessary penalty shots. Whether as an add on to a set of lessons or an introduction to the club for new members, this multi-award winning book will set every golfer out on the right path.
Housed in a small, counter top P.O.S, the ‘Golf Rules Quick Reference’ book takes golfers through practical situations they face out on the course. Through the indexed tabs relating to rules for wherever you are on the course (Tee, Fairway, Rough, Bunker etc.) this practical reference will guide golfers to the solution to even the most complex of rules queries in seconds.
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