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Singha become support sponsors of 2018 PGA Members’ International Conference

POSTED ON October 6, 2018 @ 3:07 pm

The original Thai brewing company, Singha, has become the first supporting sponsor of the 2018 PGA Members’ International Conference. Founded 85 years ago as Boon Rawd Brewery, Singha Cooperation is Thailand’s leading brewer, with annual sale volumes of more than 1.4 billion litres. Singha is well known for its sports development initiatives and has demonstrated its commitment to sport by becoming Thailand’s leading sponsor of golf.

For more than 30 years Singha has provided opportunities for players all over Thailand by sponsoring the Thailand Golf Association and the Professional Golf Association of Thailand.

Singha is also the lead sponsor of the All Thailand Tour, the main professional golf tour in the country. Now in its 16th year, the Tour boasts 10 events and attracts some of the biggest names in golf in Thailand. Next year’s Tour will see the inclusion Official World Golf Ranking points for the very first time.

The company sponsors over 700 athletes from 21 different sports, including over 300 golfers in the region, providing a pathway into the professional ranks.

As part of the sponsorship deal, Singha staff will be supporting promotion of the brand throughout the Conference. Singha will also be delivering a presentation to delegates at the start of the Conference.

Commenting on Singha’s sponsorship of the 2018 Conference, Liam Greasley, The PGA’s Commercial Director, said: “We are delighted to welcome Singha on board as a supporting sponsor of the 2018 Conference.

“The Singha brand is synonymous with sport and golf in Thailand. They are the heart beat of Thai golf and have helped many of players in the region take up the sport.

“We look forward to welcoming Singha at the second PGA Members’ International Conference at Laguna Phuket. This year’s event promises to be an excellent educational platform for our Members to share their thoughts and learn from some of the most respected figures in the golf industry.”

Bookings for the Conference are now being taken and places are filling up fast. To book your place please visit www.pgaconference.com or contact the Member Services department on +44 (0) 1675 470 333.

Register for the 2018 PGA Conference in Thailand from 11-14 November

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