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New Opportunities with ‘Ad in the Hole’

8.22am 22nd June 2012 - Media

With over a thousand golf clubs worldwide now participating in the concept, Ad in the Hole UK announces a new business opportunity and marketing strategy

After 10 years and with over a thousand Golf clubs worldwide participating in the concept, Ad in the Hole UK has developed a franchise model that will help golf clubs throughout the UK and provide the opportunity for people to work in the golf world and for participating clubs to benefit from the system.

The concept itself is simple: golf clubs are provided with a complete set of a patented hole system, free of charge and the Ad In the Hole find businesses local and national to advertise in an effective advertising medium.

For the advertisers it gets their brands in front of an attractive demographic which is proven to have high impact while for the golf clubs it produces both a significant income and builds relationships with business.

Mike Court Franchise director explains: “The time is now right to take the concept to the next level, the fact that the system produces revenue for clubs and advertisers get sustained brand promotion to gofers means that our team will be able to really create an impact in the market place.”

To find out more about the franchise opportunity and/or how your golf club could benefit visit the Ad the Hole website at or call Mike on 07968030427.


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