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ClubstoHire.com customers travel more

February 18, 2016

A customer survey conducted by ClubstoHire.com, the No.1 golf club rental operator worldwide, has found that over 96% of golfers plan to take two or more golfing holidays during the next two years.

And of the 2,300 travelling golfers who took part in the survey, two-thirds (66%) indicated that they intend to take as many as three or more golfing holidays over the same period. Most rental customers have a handicap of 18 and above.

The results point to continued growth in the golf travel industry and are welcomed by ClubstoHire as it looks to expand a service that has helped travelling golfers save an estimated £2.7m (€3.5m/$4m) in airline excess charges over the past five years.

"We are delighted that so many of our customers are looking to travel more to enjoy the game year-round," said CEO Tony Judge. "The survey also showed us that customers value our service and want to take advantage of it more often in future."

The vast majority (90%) had no issues when booking on the popular website - which last month reached a record traffic level - while nearly 30% make group bookings.

ClubstoHire recently extended its service to the popular Myrtle Beach resort in South Carolina, USA, enabling the fast-growing company to offer golf club rental sets at 26 destinations in 12 countries worldwide.

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, Scottsdale & Myrtle Beach; UK & Ireland - Cork, Dublin & Edinburgh.

For more information, visit the website at www.ClubstoHire.com



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