TGI Golf Partnership Expanded Numbers Weekly Throughout 2014
Story published at 16:24, Tuesday, January 6th, 2015
On average one PGA Professional a week enhanced their business throughout 2014 by becoming a Partner of the TGI Golf Partnership, golf’s leading retail services group, owned by PGA Pros.
Over the course of the year TGI Golf added the equivalent of more than one high quality PGA Pro a week to its already impressive stock, taking its numbers to in excess of 500 quality outlets, which includes pros at prestigious venues such as Royal Birkdale, Carnoustie Links, Royal Liverpool and North Berwick.
This marked unprecedented growth for the group, which also celebrated a special birthday in 2014, marking 30 years of assisting green grass pros from across the UK to enhance their businesses in every way.
Eddie Reid, TGI Golf Managing Director said: “The last 12 months has been a very special year for us as more and more PGA Professionals saw the vast benefits in becoming part of our business model, which is unique in the golf industry.
“As an equal shareholder each and every full Partner shares our success, receiving annual cash back and bonus shares.
“We have invested heavily in the last few years in bringing in high quality staff with expertise in every area of a green grass golf retailer’s business. With retail consultants covering the entire UK and Ireland, experienced marketeers, PR specialists and financial experts, it’s all part of the free support we offer Partners.”
With another big announcement scheduled in early 2015 regarding a new multimedia marketing solution for its Partners, the next 12 months is set to be another year of progress for the group, which has now celebrated 13 years of sustained growth.
“This new free solution for our Partners will help them enhance their in-store signage and digital marketing across the board,” added Eddie Reid. “We are continually looking at ways we can assist our Partners without adding further cost to their business, concentrating our efforts on helping bring money into their businesses rather than taking it out.”
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