Paul McGinley rescued Europe at the 2002 Ryder Cup and he’s done it again following the rapid expansion of his golf club hire operation, ClubtoHire.com.
Close to ten years since the Irishman rolled home his winning putt at The Belfry, McGinley has made sure an inexpensive golf break remains exactly that by saving consumers significant outlay that currently stands at more than £750,000.
With airlines such as Ryanair charging a minimum of £50 per flight to carry the golf bags of UK travellers, ClubstoHire.com, which is now located at seven airports across Europe, now seems the viable option for golf bag travel.
ClubstoHire claims it provides the customer with a seamless booking process, a liberating travel experience and some of the latest top-brand golf equipment. It’s hard to disagree.
Hire is available from just one day to a full four weeks at Antalya, Alicante, Murica, Dublin, Malaga, Edinburgh and Faro.
“Airlines are continuing to hit passengers with increased charges for sporting equipment which, in some cases, can double the cost of a trip,” said McGinley’s fellow ClubstoHire director, Tony Judge.
“It was for this reason we opened the first ClubstoHire store in Faro in July 2010 and we’ve been fighting a successful David v Goliath campaign on behalf of golfers everywhere ever since.”
Order your clubs online ahead of travel at www.clubstohire.com and pick up your hired set when you jump off the plane.