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Golf Today reaches over half a million golfers every month - that's more than six million readers a year looking at over 20 million pages - meaning we can guarantee maximum, targetted, cost-effective exposure for your classified ad.

With costs as low as £0.41 per day for a twelve month ad, there's simply no better way to reach so many keen golfers!

Ads can be placed in just seconds online via our secure server, by clicking here or on the link at the bottom of this page.

The charge per advertisement, including header, text and email and/or website link (each counts as one word), up to a maximum of 50 words and inclusive of VAT, is:

1 month: £30
2 months: £45
3 months: £60
6 months: £100
12 months: £150

For advertisements exceeding 50 words and up to a maximum of 100 words, an additional charge of £25 will be made, regardless of the duration of the ad.

A picture (to be supplied) measuring not more than 120 x 100 pixels can be included with any ad and used as a hyperlink. A single charge of £30 will be made, regardless of the duration of the ad.

For the placement of advertisements of more than 100 words, to send us a picture for inclusion with an ad, or for all other enquires about personal and classified advertising, please contact us at this address:

To place your advertisement now and to pay using our secure online server, please click here.




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