Global leader in golf grip innovation and technology, Golf Pride, and the PGAs of Europe have launched ‘The Big Golf Pride Regripping Survey’ aiming to gain insights from PGA Professionals about their behaviours and opinions around regripping services.
The survey, which is available for any PGA Professional to complete at http://eur.pe/GolfPrideSurvey regardless of whether they offer regripping services or not, will gather opinions and a variety of data to form a picture of how PGA Professionals utilise regripping services as part of their business offerings.
Running until the 20th September, the survey will provide valuable input from PGA Professionals that is critical to continually improving services, resources and future offerings for such a vital part of Golf Pride’s business.
It will also increase their understanding of the attitudes towards regripping from the side of those selling the products and working with clients from a coaching and playing perspective – and with all the data from the survey being made available to entrants, will provide useful insights and resources for PGA Professionals’ own businesses.
Those who complete the survey will also be entered into a draw to win an exclusive Golf Pride Regripping Package that includes a grip wall for your facility, a set of ALIGN technology grips, and a Golf Pride apron, giving you all the relevant tools to promote your services .
“This survey is a great way for us to gather data both from inside and outside of our client base to help better understand the attitudes towards regripping,” said Eaton Golf Pride Regional Manager (EMEA), Conor Dillon.
“What will be hugely interesting are the potential differences we see across different countries and if we can better understand this then we will be able to offer more relevant and useful services to PGA Professionals around the world.”
The survey is also an opportunity to highlight the services that Golf Pride offer to their customers such as the ‘Golf Pride Core’ platform designed to help customers and increase grip sales, and the ‘Golf Pride Certified Center’ programme that certifies businesses and allows access to additional tools and resources.
“We have enjoyed a long and prosperous relationship with Golf Pride, and this survey is a great way for PGA Professionals to consider how they are utilising regripping with their clients and how it can be an important part of their businesses,” said PGAs of Europe Chief Executive, Ian Randell.
“The feedback gained from the survey will be invaluable to Golf Pride in ensuring the resources they provide to PGA Professionals are as effective as possible.”