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Ian and Patrick Mulcrone

Ian and Patrick Mulcrone formed what is now Golf Frontiers, back in 1998 after spending over 20 years in the fi nance industry. Ian established the largest independent fi nancial brokerage fi rm in the UK over a ten year period and after selling the business, decided to try a completely new direction, having recognised the relatively untapped potential of the amateur golf market in the UK. His primary focus was looking after the need of the non-club golfer but the golf events and promotions quickly attracted the interest of all amateurs. Patrick worked almost exclusively in the property development business, established an attractive property portfolio over a decade and also acquired two estate agencies in the process. He sold the entire portfolio at the peak of the market in late 1986 and retained the estate agencies until he sold out to his business partners in early 1991. Patrick also decided he wanted to focus on a completely new venture, aspiring to the holy grail of that perfect work / life balance. T e brothers originally launched

Tony Highland

Tony’s appointment as Director, UK Licensees, having spent over 30 years with Barclays Bank Plc, as a regional director, has further strengthened the Golf Frontiers management team. Tony will develop and deliver the quality training, business structure and daily support required to help our future UK Licensees build a profi table, local business under our brand. Tony took the decision to vacate his “ivory tower” after 31 enjoyable years in UK retail and business banking and is very excited about the prospect of developing the UK Licensing programme and more importantly, the future potential from rolling out the Global Frontiers concept to the established Licensees, worldwide in October of this year.

two independent brands, Confederation of Golf Societies and Global Golfers, in order to capture this invaluable amateur golf data, having recognised very quickly that no such data actually existed. T e database continued to grow and by 1994, they were already running three major, national golf events open to all amateur golfers, having successfully integrated the golf club members and non-club members, through the provision of an online handicap management system. T e Daily Express Bahamas Four-Man Team Challenge, News of the World Transatlantic Team Trophy, in Las Vegas and a corporate golf challenge in Mauritius led the way, satisfying the need for professionally organised, golf tournaments for the amateur golfer.

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