Urban Golf is committed in respecting and protecting your personal data. The following policy outlines the general processes we go through once you provide your data.Please read carefully to understand the practice and guidelines in place to ensure we keep your data secure and informing you of what we do with your data.Under the Data Protection Act 1998 (the “Act”), we are registered as Urban Golf Ltd.

What data do we collect?

As soon as you visit our website, our web server will automatically record an anonymous profile of which website you visited us from, pages you have visited and what sequence, and the date and length of your visit. This aggregate and does not identify you specifically. We do store personal identifiable data when you volunteer to submit your information through our booking forms, enquiry forms, register for information on events and newsletter sign up forms. This data is any information that identifies you which includes first and last name, email address, telephone number, company name and payment details. We may also collect additional information such as interests, preferences, transactional information, demographics (e.g. age, gender and income information).

Urban Golf’s cookie policy

We and other third party service providers and partners may send your computer “cookies” to enhance your online experience. Cookies are coded files that can classify you as a unique user and store your personal preferences which allow us to see which pages you have visited and in what order. We use cookies to personalise your visit to the website, see traffic on the website and track user trends, patterns and selections for authorised download and for technical reasons connected with your use of our site. Cookies can be permanent and remain on your computer until you delete them or temporary in which they a cleared once you close your browser. We may also use “web beacons” that monitor your use of our sites. Web beacons (or web bugs) are small strings of code that provide a method for delivering a graphic image on a web page for the purpose of transferring data, such as the IP (Internet Protocol) address of the computer that downloaded the page on…