In a move planned long before lockdown, DSA Golf has crossed the county border from Hampshire to Surrey. We’re now operating from lovely new offices in Ash Vale, almost on the banks of the Basingstoke Canal. We love our new location we look forward to welcoming clients and suppliers alike to visit as the restrictions ease. Our new address is: The Courtyard, 248 Shawfield Road, Ash Vale, Surrey GU12 5DJ. Our phone numbers, email addresses (and fabulous service) remain unchanged.
As the lockdown starts to ease, we’re delighted to have welcomed our first visitor to our new offices.
Jason Keigher, the Chief Commercial Officer at Bridgestone Golf came in to introduce himself and see the DSA Golf set-up for himself.It was great to hear his positive predictions for the future of corporate golf following the long fallow period and we also had a lot of common background to chat about.
Bridgestone is a relatively new addition to the DSA offerings, but the first orders have already been processed and we see a bright cooperative future between us.
Bridgestone is the biggest selling golf ball in Asia and the choice of Tiger Woods. DSA Golf can brand your choice of ball from across the Bridgestone range with your corporate logo.
Titleist have updated the Velocity & Tour Soft for the 2020 season. The packaging has been brought into line with the Pro V1 and True Feel and the Velocity is also available in three new colours; green orange & pink. Performance has been enhanced – so no more excuses for wayward shots… We will brand the Titleist ball of your choice with your corporate logo at the very best prices. Minimum order quantities are from 12 dozen balls. If you’re planning your corporate event for the spring – get in touch…
We’ll be packing our clubs away at midday on Friday 20th December and won’t be back on the office greens until Thursday 2nd January. We’d like to wish all our suppliers & clients a peaceful Christmas and a prosperous 2020. This year’s Christmas donation was made to Shooting Star Childrens Hospice as pledged at the Farnham Lions Golf Day earlier this year
DSA Golf attended our first BITA (British & Irish Trading Alliance) networking event as fully fledged members. We made some great connections as well as having a lot of fun, food and an impromptu singalong.
We’ve just had a visit from our Wilson Golf UK rep showing us next years offerings. Can’t wait to get them uploaded onto our website over the Christmas period in preparation for the coming season. Pictured here is one of our biggest sellers from 2019 – The Duo Optix presentation pack. How cool would this set look bearing your logo? #printedgolfballs#corporategolf#golfday
DSA Golf has joined the British & Irish Trading Alliance. This was a natural step for us considering the Irish heritage of the company’s partners. We have always had many clients across the water and can now strengthen our Irish ties at home. We’ve opened with an offer of 10% off all corporate merchandise (not just golf) for BITA members by way of introduction. Excited to join the community and looking forward to attending their numerous events for a bit of networking.
DSA Golf was a co-principal sponsor of the Farnham Lions 23rd annual golf day. The chosen beneficiaries of this years event is Shooting Star Children’s Hospice. As always the event was held at Hindhead which was founded by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle in 1904! The weather was as stunning as the (challenging) course itself. All involved enjoyed a fantastic day away from our desks raising money for a very worthwhile cause. As you know, we usually produce goody bags for our clients golfing events. It made a change to be handing out our own branded items for once. Team ‘Dynamo DSA’ didn’t feature on the podium at the end of the day, but we’ll be back again next year. DSA Golf has also pledged that ALL profits taken from any new clients referred to us through this event, will be donated to Shooting Star Children’s Hospice for Christmas 2019.
Back at my desk following a fantastic week playing golf in the beautiful Antrim Glens with the London GAA. The ‘tour’ consisted of Ballycastle, Cushendall, Glengorm Castle and ‘The Riverside’ at Portstewart. We also had a sneak peek at Royal Portrush which will be hosting the Open in July. The weather Gods were kind all week, the locals were the friendliest people on the planet, I partnered my father on two rounds and actually played consistently good golf! Lot’s of new friends and the group also had some fantastic story tellers and singers. We loved every minute of the tour .