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Motocaddy backing Grow Golf campaign
May 5, 2011

Motocaddy, the most innovative brand in the powered trolley market, has backed the British Golf Industry Association's exciting new ''Grow Golf' campaign aimed at stimulating golf participation across all age groups, geographic regions and social backgrounds in the UK .

The agreement will see Motocaddy join other manufacturers Acushnet Europe, Callaway Golf, PING Europe and TaylorMade-Adidas Golf in paying an annual levy - based on its UK turnover - to the Grow Golf scheme to help it fund programmes such as the popular junior-based Tri Golf and Golf Extreme initiatives.

Motocaddy, who recently announced a sales increase of in excess of 60% for 2010, joins Grow Golf at the perfect time with the initiative having just made a second £40,000 donation of a three-year pledge to The Golf Foundation's Golf Roots programme, which aims to reach and provide golfing opportunities to one million children every year by 2013.

"We're very excited to be involved in a scheme that supports golfers of all ages, backgrounds and abilities," said David Wells, Chairman of Motocaddy. "It's imperative that manufacturers get behind such inspiring initiatives and help expand the number of golfers in the future."

Grow Golf Chairman Bob Smith said: "Motocaddy's contribution highlights their commitment to support this industry-wide cause dedicated to giving back to the game.

"We hope that this move will encourage other companies to follow suit as further support from the industry can enable the scheme to become a major contributor to the future growth of the game," he added.

For more information on Motocaddy trolleys and accessories, please go to www.motocaddy.com or visit www.bgia.org.uk/growgolf to learn more about Grow Golf.








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