Golf News for Tuesday, December 4, 2012 | Events

2012 Asia Pacific Golf Summit in Brunei scheduled to tee off

BRUNEI -- Everything is in place for the staging of the 2012 Asia Pacific Golf Summit at Brunei's award-winning Empire Hotel & Country Club from December 11-13.

Now into its sixth year, it is, without doubt, one of the best events of its kind in the world and the best in the Asia Pacific.

Over three days, some 60 world-class speakers will share their knowledge with delegates and fellow members of the golfing industry in the oil-rich Sultanate of Brunei Darussalam.

We invite you to take a walk through the programme for the Summit.

http://media.apggnews.com/ezines/AGM/apgs2012-programme/

If you have not booked your seat to attend the Summit, you can still do so:

REGISTER HERE
https://secure.golfconference.org/event/asia-pacific-golf-summit/

If you're a golf course owner, a venue operator, a club general manager, a golfing manager, a teaching professional, a food and beverage professional, a golf course architect or a trade professional then you're actively involved in the business of golf and the day-to-day operations of this wonderful game.

So, how do you grow your business? How do you make a round of golf more exciting for those who play on your course? How do you improve the club experience at your facility? How do you become a more responsible and involved partner of the environment in your community?

These are all key questions that need to be addressed in the constantly changing entertainment, leisure and recreational landscape that golf has to compete in.

The challenge faced by the golf industry is one where we have to stay relevant, attract new players and stay bottom-line healthy.

For the answers, come and listen to the Asia Pacific Golf Summit's world-class expert speakers who will share with you their thoughts and ideas on how to stay ahead and win.

Come and be a part of one of the best business knowledge events in golf and pick up on innovative ways to tackle the challenges of today's business environment.



 
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