The largest golf club rental service, Clubs for Hire, has this week announced details of their latest campaign; one that allows their customers to celebrate St Patrick’s Day in ultimate style. Anybody making a booking this week will enjoy a free goodie bag, provided by two of the business’ Irish partners.

Eager to celebrate their Irish roots, the goodie bag will include a large sleeve of golf balls from Seed as well as food supplements provided by Galway-based Revive Active.
Offering club hire all over the world, including in Edinburgh and Dublin, the business is an internationally-recognised brand looking after thousands of golfers, only stocking and hiring out the best golf club brands in the world. These include:

  • Tallormade
  • Callaway
  • Mizuno
  • Wilson Staff
  • And much more

Clubs to Hire Chief Executive, Tony Judge, said:

“Like most of my compatriots I’m very proud to be Irish and we’re delighted to be able to partner with two other Irish companies to celebrate St Patrick’s Day and give something to our friends and customers around the world.”

While regarded a ‘rich man’s sport’, Clubs for Hire is actively making high-end equipment accessible to the masses. With pricing starting from $35 per set per week, it’s understandable why this once-humble startup is now sat at the forefront of their niche industry. On average, hiring a full set of golf clubs costs around $85 per set per week, meaning Clubs for Hire is now the most competitive rental firm within golfers’ reach. Recording annual website visitors of 300,00 which result in 80,000, it’s no wonder the business reported their busiest month to date in January of this year.

Clubs for Hire is also expecting increased brand awareness following the appointment of their latest brand ambassador; England’s former Ryder Cup star David Howell.