What is the GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a set of laws designed to give European Union citizens more power and rights regarding the information/data that is held about them by online organizations. The GDPR comes into force on May 25th, 2018 and legally only affects organizations who have EU customers. You can read more about the EUGDPR by clicking here.

We at support the GDPR and have made all the necessary changes to make sure we and you fully comply with the new regulations. Don’t be intimidated or put of by the new regulations. It’s in everyone's best interest.

GDPR basics in short:

  • You must explain to users what data you are collecting about them and why.
  • You must obtain the users’ explicit consent to collect this data
  • Users can request that you send them, in an understandable format, all of the data that you have collected about them.
  • You may not sell or use (e.g. user profiling, usage for marketing, etc.) user data without the explicit consent of the user.
  • You must delete all the information you have concerning a user at their request.

The above applies to existing and future users. We have made it simple and easy for you to conform to the new regulations. and GDPR structure

What parties are involved with the use of the system:

Golf Financial Services BV. – owner of system and products. Golf Financial Services BV ( is a ‘data processor’. We collect, process and store on behalf of our users; as such we have specific responsibilities under the GDPR.

Users – Direct customers of Golf Financial Services BV and users of the system! (pros) In the language of the GDPR, users are ‘data controllers’.

Clients – People who book appointments with users. and its users' responsibilities and rights has the following responsibilities with regards to the users of the system:

As a ‘data processor’ – a service managing data on behalf of other people –  there are strict requirements regarding data security, notifying the authorities in the event of a data breach and deleting old/redundant data. We will be in compliance with all of these requirements. retains personal information (name, email, phone) regarding its users. This information is subject to the GDPR – we must obtain formal consent to retain this information.

If you are a user of then the data that we hold about you is subject to the GDPR. If you, at any moment, do not agree with our general terms and conditions and/or privacy policy we will end your subscription with us and remove your data on request users and their clients

When clients book with users using the information required is very basic. The client will be shown a standard registration form explaining the information that requires for keeping appointments and asking their permission to keep it. has done all the work for you and you don’t have to take additional action.

If you ask any additional data via the system or outside it, you will need to let clients know why you collect this data and let them approve you keep the data.

All clients, existing and future, must agree to have their data held. Obtaining this permission, much the same as above, will consist of clients agree with the privacy policy on signup/registration.