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Hamburg Tourism to start its Golf region project

By launching its Golf region project, the the greens and other touristic offers for golfers available in Hamburg and its metro region will be bundled

Golfing is a promising growth market in tourism. To better exploit its potential, the Hamburg Tourism Board launched its golf region project.

66 Greens

The Hamburg metro region is a golfers paradise. Its 66 greens offer pleasures and challenges – from Treudelberg’s 27-hole golfing complex in urban Hamburg with its challenging bunkers and a water hazard and its onsite Golf academy, to its inner-city driving range and a links course with ocean view in Büsum. By launching the project “Golf Hamburg”, the Hamburg Tourism Board now wants to combine infos on courses with the offers by hotels and services for golfers.

Convenient Overview

The aim is to all bundle and inter-connect all golf offers in Hamburg and its metro region in order to set up a dedicated platform for golfers as a standalone product. The golf region projects is particularly targeting the promising markets of Germany, Denmark, Great Britain and Sweden.

Positive Positioning

The new website provides information on golf packages and golf trips and showcases the diversity of golf experiences in the Hamburg Metropolitan Region. HHT’s managing director Dietrich von Albedyll: “By launching the Golf region Hamburg project, Hamburg is enhancing its positioning as a city of sports, and thus adds another asset to the city’s application as host of the Olympic Summer Games 2024.”

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About the Hamburg Tourismus GmbH

The Hamburg Tourism Board (HHT) was founded in 1989 under the name of Tourismus-Zentrale Hamburg. As innovative destination management organisation, HHT is responsible for the promotion of Hamburg as attractive tourist destination on the domestic and international markets. With a market and target group-specific orientation, HHT is the interface between Hamburg’s tourism industry, the global travel industry and international marketing initiatives, including, inter alia, the German National Tourist Board, the registered association Magics Cities e.V., and the registered association German Coastline e.V.

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