How could the Hoebridge Golf Centre be more attractive?

By: October 26, 2016

Hoebridge Golf Centre, a BGL venue in Woking, has just unveiled their £500,000 worth of investment plans that are currently underway at the center.

The plans include the construction of a new, adult-only lounge area to be used during peak times and a complete refurbishment of the gym and studio areas which will include the provision of new, state-of-the-art gym equipment.

The completion of a brand new £90,000 ‘party room’ function suite marks the first stage of the ambitious project. Now, don’t imagine anything huge. It will be able to accommodate maximum 40 people.

The new space has been built specifically to enhance the facilities on offer at the center and will offer a convenient and purpose-built area for both children’s parties and business conferences.

According to my sources, the overall developments at the center will be completed within a couple of months.


How could the Hoebridge Golf Centre be more attractive?

I tried to find out on the Hoebridge Golf Centre website, whether they offer free high-speed Wi-Fi or not. Unfortunately, there was such information, just such classic hooks as easy access, professional service, and delicious food. I do not want to undermine the importance of these…let’s say factors.

However, when our mobiles are like our “lifeline” then we should think already at the preliminary stages of the planning, and development how can we turn our new facility mobile friendlyGoogle Consumer Surveys (August 2015; among smartphone users) found that 68% of people check at least every 15 minutes their mobiles.

We have to accept the fact that we are living in a mobile-first reality.

This little device is transforming our life and the way we are conducting business and consume, and how golf club managers engage with golf club members.

For the same reason, it is good that at least the Hoebridge Golf Centre website is mobile friendly. However, it would be much better if they could have a mobile application instead of forcing golfers to type in the browser every time the URL of the website…