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Golf Business Australia And Pga Of Australia Renew Partnership

Golf Business Australia (GBA) has announced it has renewed its partnership with the PGA of Australia.

GBA has worked as an official licensee of the PGA for the past two years, assisting PGA clients in developing cost-effective and broad coverage insurance solutions nationwide as part of the partnership.

GBA founder and managing director, Daniel Bateup, said the partnership was extended with a deep understanding of the challenges many PGA clients are facing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“With COVID-19 continuing to disrupt, GBA is offering PGA members up to 90 days to pay insurance premiums whilst keeping their assets protected,” Bateup said.

“GBA believes in a united industry and the offer is our way of contributing to the continuity of golf in Australia beyond COVID-19.

“I look forward to the continued opportunities to provide our products and services to the PGA and its members.

“Any partnership, big or small, will work best when there is a shared goal.

“GBA clients are more than just a number, they are a partner in business,” he said.

The partnership between GBA and the PGA of Australia has the aim of continuously providing industry-specific insurance and services to PGA members by merging talent, expertise, technology, and purpose between the partners.

PGA commercial director, Michael McDonald, said the PGA is excited to continue working with GBA to help PGA members further.

“We are delighted to renew our partnership with GBA, they understand our members’ needs and many members have taken up the opportunity to contact Daniel and received great advice that has enabled them to better their insurance position accordingly,” McDonald said.

“We look forward to continuing our association with GBA,” he said.