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Unique Website for Sweetwoods Park Golf Club

12.03am 7th January 2011 - New Products - This story was updated on Saturday, January 8th, 2011

Sweetwoods Park Golf Club in  Edenbridge, Kent has launched a new website designed to reflect the recent investments it has made in key areas such as the new clubhouse and new equipment. It is part of a strategy to make the club more exclusive by promoting itself as the ‘finest golf course and clubhouse in the area’.

The new website was created by Net72 and includes editable members’ profiles, a club calendar and the facility to sign up to club competitions and events online. Net72 worked closely with Pinpoint Visualisation to integrate a virtual course on the site offering a hole by hole guide and tips.

The site has been specifically designed to ensure that it is easy to keep up-to-date enabling the Club to add, edit, update or move web pages simply and quickly.

Owner of the Sweetwoods Park Golf Club, Martin Long, said: “Our choice of website provider was key to the new look and feel of the club and our ability to increase incremental green fees and attract new members. I was impressed by the team at Net72 who not only provided a first class website solution but also have a passion for golf!”

Charles Waud, General Manager at Net72, who have been in this market for three years, said: “Golf Clubs are having to work increasingly hard to differentiate themselves in a fiercely competitive market. Each Net72 website design is completely bespoke and designed around the brand and aspirations of the club. It is not a templated and restrictive model like many golf club websites seem to be in the market.”

Net72 www.net72.co.uk

Sweetwoods Park www.sweetwoodspark.com

Pinpoint Visualisation www.pinpointviz.com

       

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