In an initial three-year arrangement, Golfbreaks.com, bolstered by its 12-years’ experience as the market leader in the golf travel industry will add a new dimension to the association’s portfolio of Corporate Partners.
Chief Executive of the PGAs of Europe, Ian Randell, said: “Golfbreaks.com will focus on delivering the best opportunities for PGA Professionals with a particular emphasis on the provision of inspection trips to international golf destinations, Pro-Ams, and group travel for PGA Professionals, club members and other clients.”
Golfbreaks.com continue to enjoy a relationship with the PGA (of GB&I) as Official Supplier and this new partnership is seen as a natural extension, as the reach of Golfbreaks.com extends across other member countries.
This association is further strengthened by the appointment of well-known golf industry travel expert, Jim Long, as Director of PGA Relations at Golfbreaks.com.
Ian added: “Jim’s appointment further affirms the commitment of Golfbreaks.com to work with, and through, PGA Professionals to offer the best opportunities for golf travel. We look forward to working with Jim and the Golfbreaks.com team for many years to come.”
Golfbreaks.com was formed in 1998 by Chief Executive Andrew Stanley, whose vision was to make booking golf breaks as simple as possible. This philosophy continues today, last year alone sending 134,000 customers on holidays. By offering over 950 stunning venues, it is widely recognised as the expert when it comes to golf breaks, golf holidays and golf tours across the UK, Europe and Worldwide.
Andrew Stanley, Chief Executive of Golfbreaks.com, said: “We value our relationship with the PGA very highly and we’re pleased to be broadening our support on the continent through the PGAs of Europe. Jim’s appointment is fundamental in ensuring we offer the best value and support to all PGA Professionals, their members and clients.”
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