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September 9, 2011

Paul McGinley's off-course business venture - - has announced the opening of two new Spanish outlets at Alicante and Murcia airports.

McGinley - who is preparing to captain the GB & Ireland team for the Vivendi Seve Trophy in Paris next weekend (September 15-18) - has seen his venture blossom in its first year of trading, making a real impact on the staid European golf travel habits of lugging your clubs abroad and paying airlines handsomely for the privilege.

Such has been the demand for the scheme, that the business has opened its service at seven locations in its first year of trading with Alicante and Murcia adding to busy outlets in Faro, Malaga, Dublin, Edinburgh and Gran Canaria.

As well as providing golfers with a seamless booking process, top-brand equipment choices and a liberating travel experience, the company's success is also down to saving consumers significant money on excessive airline baggage charges of up to £80 return.

In the first 12 months of operation, the company has saved European golf travellers in excess of £500,000 in airline charges, and demand from those travelling to the golf-rich regions of Murcia and the Costa Blanca has prompted the new openings.

A broad equipment range is offered with options available from TaylorMade, Callaway, Wilson and MD Golf and all clubs are offered - left or right-handed, ladies and men's - and hire is available from just one day to a full four weeks. For those wishing to travel extra-light, shoe hire is also available.

The service couldn't be easier to use - you just order on-line ahead of travel and pick up the hire set at the destination airport.

-Bookings for Alicante, Murcia, Gran Canaria, Dublin, Malaga, Edinburgh and Faro can be made online at .

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