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ClubstoHire.com adds Myrtle Beach

January 26, 2016

ClubstoHire.com, the No.1 golf club rental operator worldwide, is extending its operation in the United States with the opening next month of services at the golfing paradise of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.

The addition of another prime golf destination in America comes just six months since Orlando, Florida, Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona and Las Vegas, Nevada became the first to offer club rental services from ClubstoHire across the Atlantic. It was followed three months later by similar operations opening in the Caribbean.

Sets of the latest TaylorMade and Callaway golf clubs will be on offer to golfers flying into the regional hub airport at Myrtle Beach International from €80 per week, which includes the online pre-ordered clubs being delivered and collected from the customer's hotel. ClubstoHire is among the first to offer golfers the chance to play the new TaylorMade M1 drivers and RSi irons, as well as the latest Kalea ladies' clubs.

Myrtle Beach is one of the most popular golfing areas in the United States, with literally hundreds of top quality courses within a two-hour drive, including the Barefoot Resort, Grand Dunes, The Dunes Beach and Kiawah Island.

"Most European golfers travelling into Myrtle Beach will have to take two flights, so they really benefit from our convenient service there," said CEO Tony Judge. "Our business in the US is brisk right now as several large tour operators have welcomed the service and there is lots of interest in renting clubs in Orlando in particular," he added.

Locations currently being 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; Dominican Republic - Punta Cana; Thailand - Bangkok, Pattaya & Phuket; United States - Las Vegas, Orlando, Phoenix/Scottsdale & Myrtle Beach; UK & Ireland - Cork, Dublin & Edinburgh.




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