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PGAs of Europe find GPS partner

12.10am 28th September 2005 - Sponsorship

The PGAs of Europe and the satellite tracking system that is revolutionising golf presentation and management world wide have joined forces in a corporate partnership contract.
In an agreement reached with Elumina Iberica, the ProLink ParView Global Positioning System has become the ‘Official GPS of the PGAs of Europe’ and joins an impressive portfolio of prestige business partners.
Elumina, with offices in the UK, Spain, France and the Middle East, holds the franchise to market across 37 countries in Europe and the Middle-East, the GPS system that is already in operation at some 750 golf courses around the globe plus many more who are actively discussing its installation.
Angela Catlin, Elumina’s sales and marketing director, said, “We are delighted to have forged a business link with the PGAs of Europe and their membership of national PGAs across Europe and beyond.
“The ParView system, besides being the best available, is far more affordable than many would suppose. Any club manager with a fleet of ten or more buggy cars can benefit hugely from having the system installed.
“The system commands an 80% market share around the world so we know we are offering the best one available. We are confident that more and more courses across Europe will join them.”
Among the most recent club to take advantage of the ProLink ParView GPS is Brocket Hall, who joined Kilworth Springs and Whittlebury Park as UK leaders in the remarkable advance of golf course and tournament control technology.
Elumina joinssuch major companies as Beko, Chervà², Eaton Golf Pride, Glenmuir, Golfsmith Europe, Golf Europe, Powakaddy and Red Bull as corporate partners of the PGAs of Europe.
The PGAs of Europe www.pgae.com

       

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