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Nick Lunn Joins Club Inc.

1.38am 17th February 2012 - People

Nick Lunn

Club Inc. has announced that Nick Lunn, head of corporate golf events company NGL Golf, has joined their team of associates, alongside other industry heads including Neil Gray and Ronnie Malcolm, with immediate effect. Lunn is among the most respected figures in the industry and is sure to play an important role with golf’s hottest expert club advisers.

Club Inc.’s rise to the top of the ladder is well underway and Lunn’s involvement is yet further evidence of their success. His primary role will be to enable Club Inc. to help clubs with revenue generation as well as advising on how to run successful corporate days.

Lunn, who started his career as an assistant to John Jacobs, gained full pro status at Lavender Park in Ascot and is still a PGA member. He started NGL in 1979 and since then, his company has become one of the country’s leading corporate golf event management companies. NGL now boasts a client list including Bentley, BMW, Lexus and Porsche, as well as London Stock Exchange, Nespresso and many others.

Club Inc.’s CEO, Niall Flanagan, said: “Nick’s presence as an associate is another important step for us. Despite our avid planning and preparation pre-launch, I simply can’t believe how quickly we’re moving and how many forward steps we’ve made in a relatively short amount of time. Nick’s role will be important in aiding golf clubs to plan, deliver and succeed.”

Obviously excited over the deal, Nick Lunn, commented: “Club Inc. is a forward thinking business with the acumen to succeed. I’m delighted to form part of what is an extremely experienced team, which I’m sure will continue to be hugely successful.”

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