OTC Wins Agreement with Leading Golf Publication

Online Travel Corporation
(OTC), the UK`s leading online travel supplier/retailer and parent company of top golf holidays website ifyougolf.com, has announced an agreement to supply its golf travel content to the website of Golf Monthly, one of Britain`s most widely-read golf magazine.

Through the partnership, which begins this month, OTC will supply             Golf-Monthly.co.uk
with a comprehensive range of golf holidays information from ifyougolf.com.
ifyougolf is the UK`s leading golf holidays website, offering over 100,000 golfing holidays, from specialist golf holiday providers - such as Lotus Supertravel Golf Holidays, Bill Goff Golf Tours, Leisure Link Golf and Longshot Golf Holidays - to over 30 of the world`s top destinations for lovers of the sport.

The Golf Monthly travel section recently expanded and now features a major destination section, this editorial is accompanied by special holiday packages to the destination under review provided by ifyougolf.

The agreement signals another important win for OTC in the media sector, where the company is the dominant travel supplier. OTC currently works with 60   white-label partner, including the majority of the UK`s top media groups - with The Times, Telegraph and Guardian among its customers - providing partners with travel pages tailored to fit the design and branding of each site.

Mark Jones
, CEO at OTC commented: “We are delighted to be working with Golf Monthly. This agreement will allow OTC to reach a new targeted audience for our golf products where we`re leading the online marketplace. Our consistent white-labelling successes in the media sector reflect the quality of our content, service and technology.”


Jane Carter, editor of Golf Monthly: “We were impressed by OTC`s comprehensive golf holiday content, and are delighted to launch a new specialist travel service that will meet all our readers` golf holiday needs. We are confident that the agreement will bring significant benefits to Golf Monthly and to OTC.”