European Golf Tech (EGT) has added to its growing portfolio of clubs by signing an agreement to provide technology to Ross-on-Wye Golf Club. 

The popular Herefordshire club sits in a wooded valley above the River Wye and was described as “one of a kind” by Ryder Cup Captain and Honorary member Brian Huggett. Jason Smith, Acquisitions Manager at EGT, said “it’s exciting to work with a club of this stature and strengthens our position in this particular part of the world. It was a reasonably quick process from demonstrating the products and service to getting buy-in from the club who were keen to commit.”

Tim Hall, Director of Golf at the club added that “ the club wanted to modernise our approach to in-house marketing and promotion, and we also wanted an opportunity to reach out to local businesses and build relationships with them. We see this as a positive move to improve our communication, firstly to our members, but also to visiting golfers. EGT can help us achieve this and we can use the technology to promote events and communicate clearer messages to our members.” 

“The fact that there is no financial cost to the club is also attractive.” 

Jason said that “work has already commenced and the process to procure Corporate Partners is underway who we can introduce to the club in due course.”

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About European Golf Tech:
European Golf Tech is a frontrunner in providing avant-garde golf technology solutions that transcend the conventional golfing experience. Their tech-savvy approach is pivotal in propelling golf venues into a future filled with boundless possibilities.

About Ross-on-Wye Golf Club:
Rooted in a rich history dating back to 1903, the Ross-on-Wye Golf Club is a bastion of golfing tradition nestled in the heart of Herefordshire. The club epitomises a seamless blend of historical charm and modern golfing excellence, providing an idyllic golfing haven for enthusiasts and professionals alike.