NEW SO­CIAL ME­DIA PLAT­FORM FOR GOLFERS

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If you have ever joined a golf club as a new mem­ber, you al­ready know how di cult it can be to com­mu­ni­cate with ei­ther your fel­low mem­bers or the club’s man­age­ment. Con­trast that with how easy it is to in­ter­act with peo­ple from seem­ingly any­where around the globe, and it makes you won­der what will it take for golf clubs to join the 21st cen­tury in terms of com­mu­ni­cat­ing with their mem­bers and po­ten­tial new mem­bers?

As the de­bate in­creases about the need for golf clubs to com­mu­ni­cate in a more en­gaged way with mem­bers and po­ten­tial mem­bers, we be­lieve that Club­face-Golf will be­come the so­cial me­dia plat­form golfers will de­mand and clubs will need. Since its re­cent launch in the UK we have had in­ter­est from 30 000 golfers in 82 coun­tries, and nearly 100 golf clubs from South Africa, the United States, Eng­land, Ire­land, Scot­land and Ire­land. Reg­is­tra­tion and use of the site (club­face-golf.com) is free.

The nine SA clubs that have reg­is­tered are: CMR, De Zalze, Ebotse, Ermelo, Krans­poort, Parow, Pin­na­cle Point, Scot­tburgh and Vic­to­ria. Paul McEl­don, Founder Club­face-Golf

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