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Fáilte Ireland Hosts Golf Ireland Promotion Night

Published on Mar 24 2022 9:00 AM in General Industry tagged: Featured Post / Fáilte Ireland / golf / Golf Ireland Promotion Night

Fáilte Ireland Hosts Golf Ireland Promotion Night

This week, Fáilte Ireland showcased some of Ireland’s golf product to players in Northern Ireland, at its annual Golf Ireland Promotion Night in Belfast on Tuesday 22 March.

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According to Fáilte Ireland, pre-coronavirus, golf tourism generated more than €300 million in revenue for the Irish economy and 1.6 million bed nights every year. A golf visitor typically spends three times more than the average leisure tourist, with most of the spend going directly into local economies on non-golf expenditure, such as accommodation, transport, and food and beverage.

The seventh annual Golf Ireland Promotion Night took place in the Europa Hotel in Belfast, with 30 golf courses from the Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland’s Ancient East, Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands and Dublin pitching directly to more than 600 players, societies and clubs from across Northern Ireland.

Statement By Head Of Commercial Development At Fáilte Ireland

The head of commercial development at Fáilte Ireland, Martin Donnelly, stated, “Ireland is world renowned for its high-quality golf product, and the fact we welcome over 220,000 golf tourists each year is testament to this. From championship links courses to parkland courses and numerous hidden gems, there is a course to suit golfers at every level spread throughout the country. After two years of challenges and uncertainty, we’re pleased to be back hosting our Golf Ireland Promotion Night, which offers golf courses throughout Ireland a high-profile sales platform where they can promote their wonderful product directly to this attentive and lucrative market.”

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