Namgolf is the artificial grass brand for golf applications of The Grass Company.
The Grass Company attaches great importance to the protection of your personal data and privacy. The Grass Company respects the privacy of the users of its websites in accordance with the provisions of the applicable legislation on the protection of privacy.
We therefore undertake to treat the personal data provided to us with due care.
This privacy notice is intended for natural persons.
You do not have to provide any personal details to access the information on our website. If you do provide some personal details through the website we can assure you that the processing of these personal details will be fully in accordance with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
The personal data you provide through this website will be processed by The Grass Company, Heidestraat 9, 9820 Merelbeke, Belgium. The Grass Company processes the personal data only for the purposes for which they are collected and as long as it is required for this purpose.
The controller of all your data is:
The Grass Company
09/ 336 74 01
Heidestraat 9, 9820 Merelbeke
When you visit our website, data from your computer will be provided to us.
This includes the name of your internet service provider, your browser type or the resolution of your screen, as well as information as to which page of our website you visit and which pages you view. These data are often non personal data. In addition, your computer generally gives your IP address to us. In principle, we do not use this information. We evaluate the information statistically on an anonymous basis in order to make our services even more enjoyable for all visitors.
Namgrass uses analysis tools from the external tracking providers mentioned under point b, where cookies are used to store an unambiguous ID of the visitor and a timestamp with the beginning and end of the current session as files. With the stored ID of the visitor the behaviour of the user can be registered. You can change your browser settings so that you are informed before cookies are placed. You can refuse the placing of cookies in the settings of your browser or mobile device. In certain cases, the refusal of cookies can technically lead to a limitation of the functionality. We therefore advise you to allow the reception of cookies on your computer when you visit the Namgrass website.
Our website also uses Google Remarketing. This tool places cookies on your device to show your personalized ads. These ads take into account your previous visits to the website. Below, under Google Analytics point b, you will find more information about what Google can do with the collected information. Additional information can be found via the following link.
The Google Remarketing tool uses the Google Display Advertising network.
You can always disable these cookies in your browser settings, via the following Google link.
b) Analysis tools
In order to organize and optimize our website, data are anonymously stored by analysis tools. User profiles with a pseudonym are created. For this purpose use can be made of cookies that make it possible to recognize an internet browser. However, user profiles are not linked to data about the bearer of the pseudonym without the explicit consent of the visitor. In particular, IP addresses are made unrecognizable immediately after entry, making it impossible to link user profiles to IP addresses.
We use analysis tools from Google Analytics. This web analysis service, which is offered by Google Inc., uses analytical cookies. The information collected via the cookies about the use of the website by a visitor is sent to Google together with the IP address of that visitor. This information is stored by Google.
For example, Google can use that information for the following:
• Deliver reports on ad activity to advertisers and websites that host the ads and ensure that those website publishers are paid.
• Help to understand website and app owners who use Google Analytics how visitors interact with their sites or apps.
• Detect and combat fraud and other security risks to protect users and partners.
• Improve her products.
For all these activities except for point 2, Google acts as the controlling and processing agent of the data that it collects about your use on the Namgrass website, and is therefore the responsible agent.
If you do not want Google Analytics to be used in your browser, you can install the browser add-on for Google Analytics. More information about Google Analytics and privacy.
If you're signed in to your Google Account, depending on your account settings, you can view and edit certain data that Google collects from your visited sites and apps.
Incognito mode in Chrome allows you to browse the web without recording web pages and files in your browsing history. Cookies are removed after you close all incognito windows and tabs. Your bookmarks and settings are saved until you delete them.
With Ads settings you can manage which ads from Google you see on the internet. You can discover how ads are selected for you, opt out of ad personalization, and block specific advertisers. More information about ads.
c) Social media plug-ins
Our website uses social plug-ins from Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Pinterest. These buttons are activated by a code that is supplied by these networks themselves. These networks have their own processing of your personal data. The Grass Company cannot be held responsible for this.
In addition, we also use a Facebook Pixel. This is an image that is not visible to you and which is included on the pages of our website and which is stored on the servers of Facebook. Every time you open a page from our site where the Facebook pixel is included, this pixel is downloaded to your device from that Facebook server. The following information is provided to Facebook: your IP address and the specific features of your device (for example: type, operating system, specific software and hardware).
We receive from Facebook ourselves only statistical information and not your personal data.
If you do not wish to receive certain advertisements, you can adjust your advertising preferences in your personalized Facebook page. Finally, via the settings of your mobile device, you can also indicate that this information cannot be communicated to third parties.
Subscriptions to e-newsletters are only included in the newsletter system and only for the e-newsletter for which the subscription is made. You can always unsubscribe via a link in the newsletter.
The Grass Company will only pass on your data to third parties if this is necessary for the execution of any of the above purposes. The Grass Company uses the services of third parties to organise its internet environment (web hosting) and IT infrastructure. Under no circumstances will the personal data be used for commercial purposes.
Personal data of minors (aged under 16) can only be processed with the explicit consent of the parents or legal representatives.
In accordance with the law users/subscribers have a statutory right of access to and correction of their personal data. Subject to proof of identity you can receive a written copy of your personal data, free of charge, by sending a written, dated and signed application to The Grass Company, Heidestraat 9, 9820 Merelbeke, Belgium or via email@example.com. If necessary, you can also request that the details which are incorrect, incomplete or impertinent to be corrected. The Grass Company will store your data as long as you remain subscribed to the newsletter.
If you have any complaints about the processing of your personal data, please contact the above controller immediately. In addition, you are always entitled to submit a complaint with the supervisory authority with regard to privacy protection.
This privacy notice may be amended in the future. Our policy with regard to personal details is regularly tested against the current regulations. Any amendments will be announced on this page.
Applicable law and competent courts.
This website is governed by Belgian law. In case of disputes only the courts of the District of Ghent, department of Ghent, will have jurisdiction.