Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Dornoch Firth Golf Pass look for The Edge

The Edge are absolutely delighted that we have been selected by North Highland Tourism to develop an on-line presence for the recently formed Dornoch Firth golf development group.

Following a recent presentation at Royal Dornoch Golf Club, The Edge have been asked to produce a new brand for the group and then take it to a new website supported by an aggressive social media campaign. The project which brings together five courses in the Dornoch Firth area - Royal Dornoch's Championship Links and The Struie, Tain, Brora and Golspie.

Director Ian McCaig was delighted at the news, "We work with an extensive range of tourism businesses in The Highlands and the securing of this project is really exciting. We know the area well having worked with the courses previously in the Highland Golf Classics and recently we just launched the new websites and on-line marketing strategies for the refurbished Royal Golf Hotel in Dornoch and The Royal Marine Hotel in Brora. Late last year we were also delighted to go live with a website for Dragons Tooth Golf Club near Fort William."

The Edge are also working on a new blog for Castle Stuart Golf Club which support their current website and have been heavily involved recently in the project management of the Cup Final single for Ross County recorded by Highland band Torridon.

"We recognised late last year that we were working with more and more tourism businesses in the area and decided that we needed a permanent presence in The Highlands. We were delighted therefore to bring on Nairn based Sue McCulloch to work with us on key projects and this is proving highly successful and increases dramatically our direct communications with our clients. An office in Inverness is now a very serious possibility for The Edge"

The work on the Dornoch Firth Golf Pass follows on from work done in recent years with First in Fife Golf, Links with History, the Ayrshire Golf pass and Scotland's West Coast Golf Links

The Edge also created the website and Blog site for industry body Golf Tourism Scotland

"We're proud of the work we've done for golf tourism in Scotland and we hope that we'll continue to build the relationships with this most important of industry sectors throughout the rest of this year." finished Ian McCaig.
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