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TheSocialGolfer.com reaches 7,000+ members

8.09am 7th December 2011 - Media - This story was updated on Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

TheSocialGolfer.com (TSG) first established in 2007 has over 3,000 registered users in theUKand 7,000+ worldwide and brings golfers of all levels together to meet up and play.

“We are thrilled we have reached this milestone and must thank all those that have supported us thus far. We believe in 2012 more and more golfers will be looking to extend the repertoire of courses they play, whilst more and more courses are welcoming ‘Pay and Play’ players and it’s our ambition to bring them together!” says TSG Managing Director – Ian Mullins. “Think Facebook for Golfers!”

He went on to say “This means we can begin to let the industry and the world know about our service. We currently now have over 50+ games available for golfers to join right now in London and the South East and with more new members joining every week and posting games, 2012 is set to be a big year for the site!”

TSG do not charge golf course/owners to promote themselves on the site and with over 25,000 golf courses on their database, golfers have a great resource to browse and chose new courses.

In addition, golfers of all levels benefit from a bespoke service allowing them to post their course reviews and information for other members to read. The handicap system tracks scores and runs the site’s monthly league table.

Furthermore, members can benefit from their fellow TSGers members guest rates and those rates negotiated by the TSG team. There are further discount deals available on ticket offers, products, clothing, and everyone receives a £25 YourGolfTravel voucher when they sign up to the ‘PRO’ account.

The site is free  to join and only charges a £20 annual fee for the PRO account.

TSG www.thesocialgolfer.com

       

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