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Why Coaching Trips Can Be a Money-Spinner for PGA Professionals1 min read


Posted on: 15th Oct 2018

Did you know that running group coaching or golf travel holidays can be a fantastic way of increasing your revenue, especially when your normal business is in its off-season.

Here are three simple reasons why coaching can be a money-spinner in the short- and long-term…

1 – Additional Service

Starting or ending the season with a coaching trip overseas while the weather is inclement back home gives you extra time to generate revenue whilst offering a service that sets you a part from your competition.

2 – Relationship Reinforcement

Taking groups abroad on coaching trips give you the opportunity to reinforce the relationship between you and your clients and get to know them better even off the golf course. This will definitely also lead to selling further coaching packages to them throughout the year upon return.

3 – Clients Will Sing Your Praises

The best marketing is word of mouth, and happy clients returning from the great golf trip you organised will help promote you business back home and advertise future trips!


The PGAs of Europe Travel Club in partnership with Golf Escapes provides PGA Professionals with a hub to easily access the very best golf travel and coaching trip packages available at a selection of the world’s top golf clubs, venues, resorts and destinations.

Find Out More at http://eur.pe/TravelClub