Clubs to Hire expands Down Under

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Clubs to Hire has expanded its offering into a new continent following the announcement of three new locations in Australia. 

Demand for long haul golf travel is on the increase and Clubs to Hire is receiving increased demand, from the trade and travelling golfer to look after their club needs.

Venues such as Cape Town, Orlando, Phuket and Bangkok are already catered for and the Irish business sees further opportunities in long haul golf travel.

Adding these three popular golfing locations will allow travelling golfers book high end sets at 26 International locations. 

“We are delighted to add three very exciting locations in Australia to our network,” said chief executive Tony Judge. “With over 150,000 international golfers going to Australia annually and over half of them travelling from Europe, we believe that there will be a strong uptake in our service.

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“Our research has told us that taking clubs on long haul flights is extremely inconvenient and expensive. Often clients forget about the internal flights they encounter and the club costs just keeps adding up.

The company handles up to 300,000 annual visits and 80,000 requests for rental clubs at 26 locations around the world, including popular golfing regions in the United States, Thailand, Australia, South Africa and five countries across the Mediterranean and offer the latest clubs on the market from between €35 and €70 per week.

Golfers can go online to pre-select sets of the latest clubs on the market and pick their putter of choice on arrival, which are then either collected from shops in airport terminal buildings, or delivered direct to hotels or golf courses for even greater convenience.

The destinations currently served by ClubstoHire.com are:

Spain: Alicante, Costa Dorada, Girona, Gran Canaria, Malaga, Murcia, Palma (Majorca) & Tenerife
Portugal: Faro, Lisbon & Madeira
Cyprus: Paphos
Morocco: Marrakesh
Turkey: Belek
South Africa: Cape Town
Australia: Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne
Thailand: Bangkok, Pattaya & Phuket
USA: Orlando & Scottsdale
UK & Ireland: Dublin & Edinburgh.

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