Power Tee to showcase Driving Ranges, Country Clubs and Home Use installations!

May • 2019

Power Tee is exhibiting at the 2019 British Golf Show and Elite London event, 17th – 18th May, Wycombe Air Park, Buckinghamshire.

Power Tee is used in 3 different golfing environments, Driving Ranges, Country Clubs and Home Use installations, so we will be exhibiting in the three key locations at the shows.

Power Tees are currently installed in many homes, Country Clubs and Driving Ranges, and featured in over 85% of the top Driving Ranges in the U.K. Including four Ryder Cup venues and the Home of Golf, St. Andrews. We are also installed in 18 countries worldwide, which includes America, Europe, Japan and the Middle East, teeing up more than 6 million balls each day.

Power Tee are proud to be endorsed by US Open Champion and 2018 USA Ryder Cup Captain, Jim Furyk, 2018 European Ryder Cup Captain Thomas Bjorn, 1999 Open Champion Paul Lawrie and Mitchell Spearman, elite golf instructor to many PGA professionals.


Power Tee has up to 40 adjustable tee heights (4 standard). To adjust the height you simply touch the lower button on the control panel. The adjustable tee means there is always the perfect tee height for every club in the bag.

The Power Tee mats are custom made for our system and regarded as the 2 best surfaces to hit from in the world. There is no club jarring and they give instant feedback from every strike. The Power Tee automation delivers the ball seamlessly to each customer without the customer needing to move, improving consistency, and strike and enabling the person to get better and golf quicker and easier.

Driving Range Benefits

Installing Power Tee at your driving range will increase your revenues by at least 25% to 40%. How can Power Tee do this?

Power Tee enhances a range’s appeal and facilitates a huge demographic growth in ladies, juniors, seniors, beginners and reduced mobility golfers.  Power Tee represents a huge competitive advantage over neighbouring ranges, and deters competition in an area by raising the barriers to entry.

Power Tee makes hitting balls easier, quicker, more rewarding and more fun. These effects combine in different ways to inspire the golfer, buy more golf balls and stay longer when they visit the range

Country Clubs

Perfect practice makes perfect, and a Power Tee practice will improve your golfers game and enjoyment of their round of golf. Your members deserve the best, so give them the same Power Tees as used in some of the most prestigious Country Clubs worldwide – St. Andrews, Oasis, Wentworth, Le Golf National, and many others.

The Country Club model gives all of the same golfer benefits as our Driving Range system. We customise each install to aesthetically fit in with your facility. Our Country Clubs have been able to add an itemised charge to the membership for Power Tee, making the club profit and enhancing their customer’s experience.

Home Use

With many home installations in the UK, Europe and America, the PowerTee Home Use system brings the best game improvement station directly to your home. Perfect your swing, impress your friends and work on your game more often. Join the list of celebrities and golf enthusiast with the Ultimate Practice Aid in their back garden or simulator room.

Come and see us at The British Golf Show, Booth C20, The Elite London, Hall A, Booth A44 and hit from Power Tee at the Outdoor Driving Range area.


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Third Party Data Processors
Like most businesses we rely on a number of third-party providers to support our day-to-day operations, for example in areas such as online file storage and email delivery. We may also hire third parties to operate, maintain or improve our website and other digital services. Some of these service providers will by necessity have access to or be directly involved in processing or storing a subset of the personal information you share with us.
All our third-party data processors have been carefully chosen as service suppliers who also practice responsible data handling. We believe that each has in place appropriate protections to ensure the security of the data we store or process with them and have clear policies for how they treat that data. But if in doubt you should review their individual Privacy Policies.

Amazon Web Services (file storage): https://aws.amazon.com/compliance/data-privacy-faq/

Google (Website analytics): https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245?hl=en

HeartInternet (Hosting & email services): https://www.heartinternet.uk/terms/heart-internet-privacy-statement

MailChimp (Email marketing): https://mailchimp.com/legal/privacy/

PayPal (Online payment processing): https://www.paypal.com/uk/webapps/mpp/ua/privacy-full

The Pixel Parlour (Digital services development & Support): https://www.pixelparlour.co.uk/about/privacy-and-cookies/

AvBuyer Events (Event management partner): https://www.aeroexpo.co.uk/privacy-policy/

Before using or sharing your information with third parties in ways not described here or previously authorised by you, we will provide you with notice and an opportunity to control the further use or disclosure of your personal information.

Transfers Outside of the European Economic Area
Under certain circumstances we will transfer your information outside of the European Economic Area. We will only do this with your informed consent, when it is necessary to perform a contract we have with you or where the receiving organisation has adequate safeguards in place – for example certification under the EU-US Privacy Shield framework.

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Our website is hosted in the UK in a data centre managed by Heart Internet. When you visit our website or access one of the files stored on our web server information about this request will be automatically stored in our log files to provide usage statistics, enable security features and aid technical troubleshooting. This is on the legal basis of legitimate commercial interests. In these cases your IP address at the time acts as a unique identifier and is stored along with information about your operating system, browser version and the pages/files you access. These logs are retained on the server for up to 30 days, after which they are automatically deleted. Heart Internet will also record a similar set of data for the purposes of data management and security. This data is retained by them for up to 3 months.

Like most businesses we use Google Analytics to help understand how our website is being discovered and interacted with and we use this information to help improve the experience for our visitors and make decisions about future development. Google Analytics presents us with aggregate information about the geographic location, device types and operating systems used by our website visitors, but not in a way that personally identifies you. Additionally Google will record your computer’s IP address and set a number of temporary cookies in your browser to help distinguish you as an individual visitor as you move around our site. In the interests of limiting the amount of data Google collects via our site we are using Google’s standard Analytics implementation and have not enabled any additional advertising features, such as remarketing tags which would tie your usage of our site in with your broader browsing habits. Any user-level data that is associated with Analytics’ cookies are retained for up to 26 months from your last activity on our site, after which it is automatically deleted from Analytics’ servers.

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In addition to the information you supply at sign-up MailChimp will also capture data about your interactions with our emails and website, such as which links you click within an email which pages you go on to visit on our website. It does this using a combination of tracking pixels and cookies. You can learn more about those in the Cookies section of this Privacy Policy. We use this information to help improve our product and provide more personalised messaging.

We may also combine the information you provide us at sign-up with data from other sources to help us improve the relevance of the emails we send you. For example if you are also flying-in to the event we will record that information in your MailChimp subscriber profile to ensure that the content of our emails reflects that.

Ticket Sales
When you book tickets through our website we collect a number of pieces of information at checkout. Your name and email address are used to uniquely identify your order and provide us with a point of contact for any follow-up communication such as sending you an electronic receipt. We also collect your IP address and physical address to facilitate payment processing and meet our obligations to maintain appropriate financial records. For example we need to know the country of origin of all transactions for calculating VAT. This information is retained for up to 36 months after which is erased.

We use PayPal as an online payment processor for ticket sales, so when you make a purchase through our website some of the information you submit is sent to them to allow your payment to processed. PayPal is committed to handling your personal data securely and will not reveal your financial information to any third party except with your express permission or if required to do so by a court order or other legal process. You can read the full in their privacy statement here: https://www.paypal.com/uk/webapps/mpp/ua/privacy-full. Please be aware that PayPal may transfer information relating to your transaction outside the European Economic Area, but in such cases they are committed to protecting it with adequate safeguards.

All the information you submit at checkout is transmitted securely via an encrypted https connection and the information we receive from these transactions is just that needed to process or support your order. That includes your name, email address, billing address and contact phone number, but does not include any sensitive financial information such as credit card numbers or bank account details. We will retain this information, along with the details of your purchase, for 3 years as part of our financial records. Your name and email address will also be used to provide follow-up information relating to your purchase.

Children under 16
Our website is not intended for use by children under the age of 16 years and we will not knowingly collect or use the personal data of children under 16 years. If you are under the age of 16 years, please do not provide any personal data, even if prompted to do so.

Emailing Us
When you send us an email, either to one of the addresses displayed on our website or an an individual member of staff, we will collect your email address and any other information you provide within your email.

Microsoft are our email service provider so any emails you send us will be stored on their servers. Therefore your email and any associated personal data may be transferred outside of the European Economic Area to servers located in the USA. Microsoft’s certification under the EU-US Privacy Shield Framework commits it to maintaining appropriate safeguards for international data transfers. You can learn more here: https://privacy.microsoft.com/en-GB/privacystatement

The information you provide will only be processed in relation to the purpose of your correspondence with us. We have no fixed retention period for email correspondence, but we are committed to only storing your data for no longer than is necessary to serve our legitimate interests of record keeping or to perform a contract we have entered into with you.

Event Management Partners
The British Golf Show is part of an event partnership group which includes our sister event The Elite London and those run by AvBuyer Events ltd. which includes AeroExpo UK and Heli UK Expo. As part of this partnership we share event management resources including staff and technical infrastructure. As such data collected or processed as part of one event will in certain circumstances be used by other members of the group. For example if you email address is discontinued or you identify information we hold which is inaccurate we will use that information to correct records for all events. Whenever this type of data sharing occurs we have ensured that appropriate technical and organisational security measures are in place to protect its security and confidentiality and each use is carefully considered to weigh your right to privacy against our legitimate commercial interests.

Data Breaches
A breach is any accidental or unlawful destruction, loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure of, or access to, personal data. We are committed to disclosing any personal data breaches that might adversely affect your rights and freedoms without undue delay so that you can take appropriate action. Any notifiable breaches will also be reported to the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office within 72 hrs. This includes breaches affecting the third party services identified in this privacy policy, where personal data is being held on our behalf.

Questions & data access/removal requests
The General Data Protection Regulation (2018) gives you the right to know what person data we hold, to have it updated if it is inaccurate or removed entirely if you no longer consent to our use of it. We will endeavour to respond to any such requests within one month confirming receipt and outlining what follow-up actions will be taken and when.

We also welcome questions about our Privacy Policy and these or any access requests should be directed to our Data Protection Officer at: privacy@britishgolfshow.co.uk

The Elite Luxury Events
Attn. Data Protection Officer
Palmers Barn, Station Road
Long Marston
HP23 4QS

Policy changes
Any updates we may make to our Privacy Policy in the future will be published on this page and significant changes noted below.

17 September 2018 – Privacy Policy first published.


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Contact British Golf Show

Whether you are interested in participating in our 2019 event, or attending as a visitor, our friendly team are here to answer your questions. Get in touch by phone, email or reach out on social media.

Alex Ayling

Alex Ayling

Event Director

+44 (0)203 740 6085


Roxana Ayling

Roxana Ayling

Event Manager

+44 (0)203 740 6086


Andrew Rainbird

Andrew Rainbird

Sales Executive

+44 (0)203 740 6082