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Clubs to Hire opens landmark shop in Malaga Airport

8.27am 27th November 2012 - Travel

Clubs to Hire Malaga shop

On Friday 23rd November, Clubs to Hire opened its state of the art golf shop inside the main terminal at Malaga Airport.

The shop is located beside the main exit door of the arrivals terminal and will have more than 7 million passengers pass by it in 2013.

Tony Judge CEO said: “Up until now we had our shop located outside the terminal but that was always a temporary situation. It has always been our goal to get into the terminal and offer our clients a first class service.

“Malagais a very busy hub for golfers with over 7 million people arriving annually. We estimate that over half a million golfers go throughMalagaeach year.Malagais a real door opener for us to open more shops throughoutSpain.”

ClubstoHire.com offers golfers travelling abroad the latest technology from manufacturers such as Taylor Made, Callaway and Wilson. You simply book your preferred set online and collect the clubs at one of the company’s 14 locations. With the cost of putting golf clubs on a plane escalating and the likes of AirBerlinreducing the number of golf bags allowed on their planes, it is no wonder that golfers are flocking to the service.

Judge said: “Our model is about giving the client the absolute latest technology at a very affordable price. We are continuing to invest heavily in our golf clubs and in 2013 we will be offering our clients options on the driver and putter in their set.

“Every year the manufacturers are changing their offering and technology is moving on. We are intent on keeping up.”

In 2013 Clubs to Hire will look after 50,000 clients and the numbers are growing every year. The Company has just signed a deal to open 3 new locations inSpain in the first quarter of 2013.

 

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