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New golf director at The Belfry

New golf director at The Belfry 1

🕔12:06, 5.Mar 2013

World-famous golf resort The Belfry has recruited industry veteran Ian Knox as its new director of golf, following the departure of previous post holder Gary Silcock. Knox joins the four-time Ryder Cup hosting club with over 20 years’ experience in

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The Belfry is back with De Vere

The Belfry is back with De Vere 0

🕔16:08, 6.Aug 2012

After several months on the market, one of the world’s most famous golf venues has been sold to a US investor which has appointed the club’s former management company to run the facility. The Belfry, which has hosted the Ryder

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GolfBIC conference calls for increased golf participation

GolfBIC conference calls for increased golf participation 2

🕔10:35, 11.Apr 2012

The captain of the 1979 and 1981 European Ryder Cup teams has called on the people who run British golf to inspire more people to take up the game. John Jacobs OBE was speaking at the inaugural Golf Business &

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Japanese philanthropist funds UK blind golf

Japanese philanthropist funds UK blind golf 0

🕔16:15, 11.Jan 2012

A Japanese sports promotion organisation is to fund an academy programme that will train PGA professionals to teach blind and disabled golfers in the UK for free. Tokyo-based ISPS (International Sports Promotion Society) is to set up the ISPS Handa

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The Belfry is put up for sale

The Belfry is put up for sale 0

🕔08:52, 26.Dec 2011

The ‘spiritual home’ of the Ryder Cup and the headquarters of the UK’s Professional Golfers’ Association (PGA), The Belfry, has been put up for sale after its owner suffered major financial problems. The world-famous Warwickshire golf club and hotel, which

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How De Vere brought in 2,500 new members

How De Vere brought in 2,500 new members 2

🕔14:46, 24.Dec 2011

Several clubs have updated their rule book in recent years, relaxing dress codes, increasing junior activities and adding more social events to the calendar, all in an attempt to keep current members engaged while attracting new ones. Recent figures from

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