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Prince’s Golf Club Appoints GMS as International PR Agency

2.12pm 11th August 2017 - Travel

GMS has announced that former Open Championship venue Prince’s Golf Club, in Sandwich, Kent, has appointed the agency to manage its international PR.

With views over Sandwich Bay and Royal St. George’s Golf Club, Prince’s boasts 27 holes of modern championship links golf, as well as excellent overnight accommodation and dining in its 2AA Rosette brasserie.

“We’re are delighted with this opportunity and very excited to be working with such a prestigious, historic and ambitious club,” commented Sam Elder, Director at GMS.

“While it is undoubtedly steeped in history, Prince’s Golf Club offers all that is best in modern championship links golf and we are delighted to be able to assist the club in growing its excellent reputation as true golfing gem.”

Host of The Open Championship in 1932, Prince’s also co-hosted The Amateur Championship in 2013 and did so again earlier this year.

Rob McGuirk, General Manager at Prince’s, added: “We have some exciting projects coming up here at Prince’s and we are looking forward to working with such an experienced and leading PR agency.

“Prince’s has a proud and longstanding reputation as one of the country’s finest links golf courses, in an idyllic coastal setting, and we look forward to building upon this in partnership with GMS.”

The agency has been appointed for a year to handle the PR for Prince’s, with some exciting redevelopments of the club set to take place in the next 12 months.

Prince’s Golf Club joins the current GMS client roster which includes BGL Golf, Carnoustie Golf Links, Centurion Club, Close House, ECCO Golf, Essendon Country Club, Foremost, Golf Genius Software, Golf Pride, La Reserva Club, London Golf Club, Nippon Shaft, Shotscope, PING, PING Apparel, and Sotogrande SA.


Prince’s Golf Club


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