Club golf support

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Published 28/04/2015 | 00:00

The confederation of Golf in Ireland has appointed Gordon Campbell as new Club Support Officer with responsibility for Wexford.

Gordon will work in partnership with golf clubs across Wexford to develop membership, implement new club services and drive overall participation in the sport.

He will also provide ongoing strategic advice to clubs to help them achieve a more profitable and successful future.

Gordon joins the Confederation of Golf in Ireland from énergie fitness where he held the role of General Manager at the operation's club in Park West in Dublin 12. During his tenure there, Gordon was responsible for the recruitment and retention of members at the club and growing the operation into a profit-making business.

As a Club Support Officer with the Confederation of Golf in Ireland, Gordon will work with golf clubs across a number of counties, including Wexford, and his wide range of experience in hospitality, sales and marketing and retail, coupled with his passion for delivering exceptional customer service, will be of immense benefit to the golf clubs he will be working with.

The Confederation of Golf in Ireland (C.G.I.) was set up last year to support, promote and develop the game of golf on the island of Ireland. A not for profit organisation, the C.G.I. was created by the Golfing Union of Ireland (G.U.I.), the Irish Ladies' Golf Union (I.L.G.U.) and the Professional Golfers' Association (P.G.A.) to complement the work of the three associations in advancing the game of golf in Ireland.

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