Golf News’ Ultimate Guide to Society and Company Golf has been a must-have publication for every society and corporate golf organiser for 15 years. The 2015 version, which is published in January, is guaranteed to be even bigger and better, with many additional interactive features to the printed version, including a digital download and a standalone website.
Showcasing many of the UK’s finest clubs and courses, this indispensible guidebook provides all the information organisers need to make their golf day a success. Among details included are up-to-date prices and packages for societies and visitors, information on tee time restrictions, comprehensive directions and local accommodation tips, as well as detailed descriptions of all the courses, with photographs.
The 2015 Guide will also contain a wide range of informative editorial content, including advice on planning a golf day, choosing venues, prizes, and details on how to go about hiring tour players, personalities and trick shot artists to make a golf day even more special. It will also contain a foreword written by Golf News’s own travel columnist, Sarah Stirk, who has enjoyed more than her fair share of corporate golf days in her role as a presenter for Sky Sports’ golf coverage.
As well as being available in print format, the 2015 Ultimate Guide is available to download from the Golf News website – www.golfnews.co.uk – in a digital page turning format, and is also available to view at www.golfdayguide.com – which connects golf clubs and golfers like never before.
And for golf clubs, ranges and resorts looking to promote their businesses, this year’s guide enjoys a significantly expanded distribution, with over 40,000 complimentary copies being printed and displayed at over 500 golf facilities and hotels nationwide. On top of the 7,000 hard and digital copies sent directly to golf society and corporate golf day organisers, a further 6,000 copies are sent out to companies in London’s Square Mile and Canary Wharf, as well as displayed in corporate hospitality units at golf events, ensuring that the Ultimate Society and Company Golf Guide gets right to the heart of the corporate market.