Edinburgh PR Agency Secures New International Golf Headlines
Monday, March 15th, 2010
on behalf of U.S. Kids Golf European Championship
Scottish PR tees off with kids worldwide golf competition
The U.S. Kids Golf European Championship has been given another Scottish PR boost after being featured in an influential Polish golf website.
Golf & Life, which collates news about golf in Poland, ran a story about how organisers had issued a call for more young Polish golfers to come forward and enter the European Championship tournament.
The competition, now in its third year, is being staged in East Lothian this June and will see hundreds of the world’s best young players competing for the title of U.S. Kids Golf European Champion. Many of the competitors are widely-tipped to become future professionals and potential Major-winners.
The full article can be seen on the Golf & Life website and was the result of a successful European PR strategy by Holyrood PR public relations in Scotland.
The U.S. Kids Golf European Championship has secured another high profile piece of coverage in the European golf media.
The Freshmedia website – a sports news resource in Finland – ran a story about how more young Finnish competitors were needed for the flagship junior golf tournament.
The European Championship, which is now in its third year, is one of the world’s most prestigious golf tournaments for children and is beiong held this June in East Lothian. Hundreds of the world’s best players will come to play on four courses across the region and will be competing for places at the prestigious U.S. Kids Golf World Championship at Pinehurst later this year.
The full article can be seen on the Freshmedia website and was the result of a public relations and scoial media in Scotland strategy by Holyrood PR PR in Edinburgh.
Junior golf manufacturer U.S. Kids Golf has scooped another piece of prestigious coverage for its European Championship.
The website reported on how Austrian competitors had already signed up to the three-day tournament, which takes place in East Lothian in June. It added that many of the competitiors are being groomed for future stardom – with some widely tipped to become the professionals of tomorrow.
The full article can be seen on the Fox Sports website and was the result of a dedicated media strategy maintained by Holyrood PR PR in Scotland.
A golfing tournament has made headlines in the newspaper local to the area it is to be played out in.
The upcoming US Kids Golf contest was covered by the East Lothian News.
An article told how 500 children from 30 countries were due to take part in the tournament played on courses in Gullane, Longniddry and Craigielaw.
Running under the headline: “Top junior golf tournament returns to East Lothian” the news story told how children from six to 18-years-old would be taking part in the contest.
The article quoted tournament co-ordinator Alasdair Good, who said: “We are going to see some of the world’s best young golfers.”
The U.S. Kids Golf European Championship has received another high-profile media hit in the Austrian newspapers.
Online paper the Austrian Independent ran a story about how competitors from the continent were still being sought for this year’s tournament, which has been heralded as the junior equivalent of the Open championship for the golfing stars of tomorrow.
The tournament will be staged in East Lothian in June and will see hundreds of the world’s best young players battle it out on the links for the title of European Champion. Many of the youngsters have been widely-tipped to become the next generation of professional golfers, meaning the standard of play at the event is expected to be extremely high.
The full article can be viewed on the Austrian Independent website and was secured thanks to a PR and social media campaign carried out by Edinburgh public relations agency the Holyrood Partnership.
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