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KLM Flying Blue Golf teams up with GO-GOLF.TV

9.11am 10th September 2013 - Media

Go-Golf TV websiteKLM Flying Blue Golf has teamed up with to present their latest production on Holland.

Announcing details of the KLM Open 2013 to be played from 12-15 September 2013 at Kennemer Golf & Country Club in Zandvoort, KLM Flying Blue Golf included the short video presentation as part of their newsletter which goes out to 113,000 KLM Flying Blue Golf members.

“The Go-Golf.TV production on Holland is absolutely superb,” said Ton Albers, Managing Director of ‘Golf in Holland’ the Dutch based travel operator who brought KLM Flying Blue Golf and together for this initiative. “We invited presenter Clive Agran and David J Whyte, producer/carmeraman over to the Netherlands in June this year and already the resulting video on ‘Golf in Holland’ is attracting great attention. We use it as an effective part of our website and social networking activities.”

The ‘Golf in Holland’ video will also form part of the new ‘Golf Passport’ show produced by specifically for airlines In-Flight Entertainment programming. Go-Golf.TV’s pilot show on St Andrews is currently available on 5 international airlines – ANA (All Nippon), Malaysian, Finnair, Jet Air in India and Garuda in Indonesia.

“The airlines we are dealing with are really keen on the show…and want more,” says GGTV’s producer, David J Whyte. “Hence the new format and show title. ‘Golf Passport’ will highlight three different destinations per show with instructional segments from leading teaching professionals, travel tips and the like.”

“We will also distribute our individual destination features such as ‘Golf in Holland’ to all the main UK golf websites,” Whyte continues. The numbers of potential viewers through both these distribution channels is huge, somewhere in the region of 8 million. “We believe this is a great way forward to introduce golf clubs and destinations to people all around the world.


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