'Monumental' increase in traffic of booking system as golf clubs reopen

The system golf club's use for bookings has experienced a 'monumental increase' in traffic following the reopening of many clubs.

Mannings Heath Golf Club in Horsham had to delay it's opening buy 24 hours due to the issue.

Jamie Abbott, Managing Director of intelligentgolf, said: "We welcome the government’s decision to allow golf courses to open across the country from May 13.

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Mannings Heath Golf Club

"Unsurprisingly, the UK’s golfers have been keen to get back onto the courses, and golf clubs have experienced unprecedented levels of bookings in the last 24 hours.

"In order to cooperate with government guidelines and to ensure social distancing, online booking systems have been swiftly implemented at many golf clubs that have not previously had to use such a system for their members.

"We have experienced a monumental 400% increase in traffic, and have been working around the clock to support our customers so that golf club members can schedule their tee off times in line with government guidelines."


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