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A travel company is launching a bond that lets you earn money from US golf

A UK golf travel company has launched a new bond that lets people earn money from America's huge golf industry. Golfbreaks, which organises golfing holidays, is offering a mini-bond that pays out 7.5% gross interest every year, payable in cash. It is a four-year fixed-term bond with a minimum investment of £2,000. Golfbreaks is aiming to raise £2 million in order to expand its presence in the huge US golf market, which has 30 million golfers.
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