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Jenkins Garden Machinery join forces with ISEKI

(Ipswich England) Jenkins Garden Machinery, based near Llanelli have become the latest Garden Machinery dealer to recognize the tremendous opportunity that the ISEKI franchise offers for themselves and their customers and have joined the growing number of ISEKI...

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WILLIAM SWANS IN AT GOLF BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL

Golf architect William Swan has become the second generation of his family to join the non-profit Golf Business International – the group of highly-respected and experienced independent golf industry experts. Swan, a director of Suffolk-based Swan Golf Designs,...

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SWAN’S PLANS PUT MORAY IN MINT CONDITION

Golf Business International chairman Howard Swan has followed in his father’s footsteps in undertaking a renovation programme at Moray GC, in the north-east of Scotland. Swan, an architect with the third-generation family firm Swan Golf Designs, is now looking ahead...

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BLED DEMONSTRATES VALUE OF GOLF BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL

Visitors to Royal Bled, during the International Golf Travel Market (IGTM), will be impressed by the appearance and condition of Slovenia’s oldest golf course, the King’s Course – yet they may be unaware of the part played in its renaissance by members of Golf...

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ISEKI PARTNERS WITH GOLF BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL

Suffolk-based tractor and mower manufacturer ISEKI has signed up to be a corporate partner with Golf Business International, the group of independent golf consultants. ISEKI has been manufacturing compact tractors and mowers in Japan for more than 90 years and has had...

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TFM GPS in Action at Dubai Golf

Dubai Golf, which owns Emirates Golf Club and Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club, invested in 250 E-Z-GO RXV golf cars with Textron Fleet Management in 2017. After using the technology for more than a year now, Rhys James, Golf Services Manager at Emirates Golf Club,...

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