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Why don’t more do it then? AW:They either aren’t aware or feel that they don’t know how to do it. There are so many questions: where do I go, what are the practice facilities like, how do I set the price, how do I sell it to members, what if it all goes wrong? With their reputation at stake, many are reluctant to take on such a big task – but it’s easier than you think and we are there to help every step of the way.


Home Sengs In associaon with


A Pro could


make as much as £2,500 on a tuition trip for a group of six to eight.


Why would a Pro use Golfreaks.com and not arrange the


trips themselves? AW:They could do it, but it’s hard work…and simply not as profitable! Golfreaks.com has been the leader in golf travel since 1998 and with just a single call you can take advantage of our expertise and relationships with hotels and venues around the world. Being the Official Travel Company of the PGAs of Europe as well as an Official Partner of The PGA of GB&I, and both ATOL and ABTA bonded, we are trusted by Pros across Europe.


What would you say to any Pro thinking about taking a


trip? AW: Just give us a call… I promise you that once you do one of these trips, you’ll wonder why you waited so long!


For more information on how Golfreaks.com with with PGA Professionals visit


http://www.golfreaks.com/pga-pro,call the Golf Pro Relations Dept on +44 (0)1753 752884 or email golfpro@golfreaks.com.


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