Branding + Website Design
in 2021 we were comissioned with the job of looking at a new website for Aldeburgh Golf Club. Initially, we wanted to explore the branding and the use of the ‘Red Ship’ which was currently being used as a members range of clothing. The Red Ship has been adopted by members as a logo of significance so we decided to take the old branding forward by integrating the red ship for digital formats.
The website followed suit with the new crest taking centre stage and wonderful photography from Golf Photographer, Paul Severn to really lift the appeal of Aldeburgh Golf Club to visitors.
We have continued to support the club with their website and marketing throughout and look forward to working on the next projects in due course to co-incide with the new course layout which has been designed by Mckenzie & Ebert.
From the Client
We have been pleased to work with 9 Iron Media over the past 18 months during which time they have helped us re-brand and develop a new website. Tom and the team have combined professional skills and experience with his passion for the game and a deep understanding of the Club to guide us through every step of the process and, critically, they continue to manage the website for us pro-actively and creatively to ensure that it remains up to date and informative for members and visitors.
David Wybar, Secretary, Aldeburgh Golf Club
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