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Nick Moran to head up sales at Your Golf Travel

Nick Moran, formerly of Crown Golf, joins Your Golf Travel as Director of Sales.
Your Golf Travel welcomed Nick Moran to its senior management team, heading up Sales for the World’s Largest Golf Travel company which boasts sales in excess of £60,000,000.

Moran will lead the team, based in Farringdon, London, in their quest to provide the very best service and experience for more than 200,000 golfers who travel with the company annually. With more than 20 years experience within the golf and leisure market, Nick joins Your Golf Travel following roles at Virgin Active, Rileys and Crown Golf.

On his move to Your Golf Travel, Moran commented: “I’m thrilled to join such a dynamic and exciting company. Your Golf Travel is an entity I’ve admired within the leisure space and I look forward to leading the team in delivering our goals for growth.”

Andrew Harding, Managing Director and Co-Founder for The Palatinate Group said of Moran’s appointment “Having met Nick over 10 years ago at the very start of Your Golf Travel, I know he has the exact qualities we need to drive the team forward. His knowledge within the market is exceptional and he’s a great asset to our team.”

Nick joins during an exciting month for the company, with Brand Ambassador Darren Clarke leading Team Europe into battle at Hazeltine for The 2016 Ryder Cup, where he’ll be joined by fellow Your Golf Travel Ambassador Lee Westwood, who will be making his 10th appearance in the event. The pair will be hoping to defeat the USA for a record fourth consecutive time.

Your Golf Travel is the world’s largest golf travel company, carrying more than 200,000 passengers annually across 25 countries. Based in central London, it sells a range of golf travel products, from weekend breaks and tours of Continental Europe, to long haul holidays and attendance packages for high profile professional tournaments such as the US Masters at Augusta.

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