For the first time since the company was started in 1999 Tayleur Mayde Golf Tours has decided to exhibit at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando next week. Tayleur Mayde has had 10 years experience of arranging golf tours to Scotland and Ireland marketing directly to the golfer in may countries including the USA and Europe.
However Jeremy Findlay, the company CEO, says "We recognize the important role that the Club Professional plays in not only arranging tours to Scotland and Ireland for their members but also in disseminating information to those members who wish to arrange their own trip. The Club Professional is a trusted individual"
So Tayleur Mayde Golf Tours has decided to go to the PGA Merchandise Show in order to be able to discuss with PGA members why Scotland and Ireland are premier destinations and how the company can help with the planning and execution of any proposed trip.
"By choosing a UK based tour operator the travelling group can be sure of a compnay that has very close contacts with golf courses and accommodation providers as well as being on hand during the tour should the need arise."
We also understand that there is a Scotland Golf Day planned on Wednesday 27th January 2010 prior to the PGA Show GTS (Golf Tourism Scotland) are organising a ‘Scotland’ golf day at The Celebration Golf Course, Orlando. VisitScotland & Scottish Development International are sponsoring the day.
The day will consist of up to 64 individuals representing various areas of the golf industry getting together for this better ball team event, followed by some good food, good company and the all important prize-giving.
The aim of the day is for Scotland the Home of Golf, to take over a little piece of Orlando for the day in which to network with fellow industry individuals and entertain some of those who have supported us with their business over the years.