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Golfshake.com Continues Exceptional 2011 Growth

8.54am 6th July 2011 - Media - This story was updated on Wednesday, July 6th, 2011

Golfshake.com, Europe’s largest online golf score tracking service and community website continues its exceptional growth in 2011 recording a record breaking month during May.

Independent analysis of 2010 and 2011 visitor statistics has shown an increase of over 70% in unique traffic along with recording the largest month ever for rounds tracked online in May.

Managing Director Darren Ramowski said, “Having run the service for the last 4 years it’s fantastic to see more golfers aware of the service we provide in terms of game analysis and handicaps.’

“We are also seeing more visitors to our golf course directory plus reading our online editorial. 3 years ago people would come back to the site once a week after they had played a round but now we are finding even more regular use.”

Entering its 5th year in operation the growth is attributed to new content and golf information plus updates and enhancements to the unrivalled score tracking service allowing all golfers a system to store their golf scores online, analyse their game, run their societies online plus handicap tracking for non club golfers.

With over 20,000 recent independent course reviews the Golfshake course directory is now one of the largest golf course databases available online and a must stop resource for anyone planning a golf day or trip.

Golfshake.com started back in 2007 but the core Golfscoretracker score tracking service has been in operation since 2001. Combined statistics now show over 130k visits per month, 1 million+ page impressions per month, 1 million+ rounds recorded and tracked online to date and during May over 70,000 email stat reports and over 30,000 round reports were emailed out to golfers using the score tracking system.

       

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