Posted 19 November

Eagle launches website design service for golf clubs

Good news for any of our customer golf clubs that’s looking to make a better impression online. Because of the need for seamless integration between EPoS and membership management software and websites to deliver personal data – bar card balances, online top ups, results etc. - Open Solutions has teamed up with two major names: Golfworking and Eagle.

Golfworking’s well known for creating high end bespoke golf club websites, using superb course photography courtesy of Geoff Ellis, the driving force behind Golfworking.

In line with its mission to help golf clubs make a better impression on course and online, Eagle has now added website design to its portfolio of services to help golf clubs make a better impression to prospective members and visitors. Have a look at the results for one of our own golf club customers, Houghton-Le-Spring GC:

We think Eagle’s websites offer great value: they are mobile-responsive, well designed, will integrate with your existing Open Solutions technology and are easy to update:

Mobile responsive

As more than half of web traffic now comes through mobile, its websites are designed ‘mobile-first’, meaning that the user experience is optimised whatever device they are on.

Beautifully designed

Eagle fully understands branding and ensures the logos, colours and fonts used match the rest of the marketing material around your club. It also can include high quality photography packages to make your website stand out.

Integrates with your current technology

It focuses simply on making your website look great, and it integrates with your existing technology partners so that you don’t have to change a thing. Get in touch with Eagle’s sales team if you have any questions.

Easy to update

Its websites are built on the WordPress platform, an industry-standard, easy-to-use content management system for updating content, events, news and blog pages. It even provides a training call to get you started.

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Courtesy of The Golf Business magazine