Nevada, United States: Rudy Anderson has taken over as President of Pacific Links International, a Full Business Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation [AGIF].
In his new role, industry veteran Anderson is responsible for global development initiatives and all company operating activities outside of China.
One of the planned initiatives for 2016 includes a continued push to cultivate additional golf partnerships with an emphasis on the United Arab Emirates, Canada and Japan.
Additionally, the company is in the process of developing 50 travel destination itineraries to add even more variety to the experiences offered to its quickly growing membership base.
“We are pleased to see our China memberships and global course partnerships continue on a path of positive growth,” said Anderson, who also sits on the Board of the AGIF.
“The projects we have planned for 2016 will allow us to provide even more outstanding golf and travel experiences for all of our members around the world,” he added.
Since its inception in 2012, Pacific Links International has been working to establish an extensive global network of high-quality partner golf clubs, and in the past year increased its presence in New Zealand, Mexico, France, England, Australia, Indonesia, New Caledonia, Portugal, Spain, Vietnam, Korea, the mainland United States and Hawaii.
In 2015, the company added 37 new affiliate and reciprocal clubs to the Pacific Links Golf Network, giving members access to some of the finest courses around the world.
Currently, the Pacific Links Network includes in excess of 450 properties located in more than 20 countries and its China roster alone now exceeds 5,000 members.
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