Benefits of Joining

Benefits of joining the IGTOA - Lahinch Golf Club

Benefits of IGTOA Industry Partnership are as follows:

  • The IGTOA is an internationally recognised Association which is the representative body of the national Irish Golf Tourism Industry.
  • The IGTOA Chairman is actively involved in various state boards which engage in current industry issues for the Irish Golf Tourism Industry.
  • The IGTOA is recognised and engaged with the Fáilte Ireland, Northern Ireland Tourist Board, Tourism Ireland, IAGTO, Ryder Cup Travel Services, PGA Irish Region, GUI and ILGU and other national and international golf and tourism organisations.
  • Your company may have exclusive use of our IGTOA logo, for your website, brochures, business cards and other printed marketing material.
  • As an IGTOA Industry Partner, your company is part of a selection process by our adjudicating Executive Board to win an IGTOA Award at the annual IGTOA “Gala Irish Golf Awards”. For the first time in 2017 we are introducing three new awards which all IGTOA Industry and Business Partners are eligible to enter;
    – IGTOA Best Customer Experience – Property
    – IGTOA Best Customer Experience – Service Provider
    – IGTOA Best Customer Experience – Golf Course
  • The IGTOA attends various trade shows and promotions all over the world, which in turn increases golf tourism to Ireland through our IGTOA Tour Operator Members.
  • As an IGTOA Industry Partner your company has access to register for our IGTOA events which allows you to network with the Irish Golf Industry.
  • As an IGTOA Industry Partner your information is sent to our members as a supplier for the year ahead. However, we are not a booking agency and it is up to your Sales & Marketing Department to make contact with each member and create your own working relationships based on the location of your product and agreeable rates.
  • Your company will receive our IGTOA Newsletter quarterly which gives you updates as to our current activities on your behalf.
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