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PlayMoreGolf Reveals Special Boxing Day Offers

By: | Wed 22 Dec 2021 | Comments


IT IS no secret that many golfers decide to pack their clubs away at this time of year but for for those of us who play all year round PlayMoreGolf, the UK's largest flexible golf membership offering, is teeing off a series of Boxing Day packages to encourage golfers to get their game back on course during the festive season and into the New Year. 

For a limited period, PlayMoreGolf is offering golfers extra incentives to maintain the festive feeling and head to their favourite golf clubs which have witnessed an unprecedented boom over the past 18 months. 

Many golfers have rekindled their love of the game, while others have taken it up for the first time, according to PlayMoreGolf data, which shows a scarcely-credible 260% rise in golf club members.

In a bid to support members in their quest to banish the winter blues, PlayMoreGolf have announced two new measures to help them on their way.

Alastair Sinclair, CEO, PlayMoreGolf, said:“We know there will be lots of golfers up and down the UK who are itching to get back out on the golf course with friends and family to use that new putter or driver they got for Christmas for the first time. A round of golf is the perfect way to maintain the feelgood factor and stir the senses again after Christmas. That’s why PlayMoreGolf is doing its bit to encourage golfers to return to action with our Boxing Day offers which are ideal for the holiday season and beyond.”  

As well as trying out new clubs, equipment and clothing given by loved ones over Christmas, golfers will be keen to get out and about again on the fairway to make up for any festive excesses. 

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And PlayMoreGolf has taken steps to help members get back into the swing of things on courses across the UK by launching two special Boxing Day packages which will both be available from the stroke of midnight on Christmas Eve until the end of the holiday season at midnight on January 3rd.  

In a bid to help golfers get back into the sporting groove, PlayMoreGolf - which links 14,000 players with more than 250 clubs across the UK under one membership - is offering a discounted early bird 2022/23 membership deal and a special bundle to entice enthusiasts.  

Golfers taking advantage of PlayMoreGolf’s Boxing Day packages will be able to:

Pre-purchase their 2022/23 season annual membership through the festive break gift card, which costs from only £280 per year and can be activated now or next year and entitles members to 20 additional complimentary PlayMoreGolf points worth £70 which can be worth the equivalent of up to 10 rounds.

Plan ahead with PlayMoreGolf Experience vouchers, which will be available for £65 - down from £79 - and include 20 flexi points, representing up to 10 rounds of golf, and can be spread over the year or to fund jam-packed golf weekenders. 

Sinclair said: “Players up and down the country savour their winter golf and thanks to PlayMoreGolf, they can enjoy a round of golf amid crisp clean air around some of the UK's most beautiful open spaces. 

There are lots of winter-friendly golf courses which are part of the PlayMoreGolf community ranging from Tenby in Wales, Haddington in Scotland and Hurlston on Lancashire’s ‘Golf Coast’, to Launceston in Cornwall and Wheathill in Somerset.

“A round of golf is always an attractive proposition and I’m confident our Boxing Day incentives will encourage golfers to head to the tee.”

To find out more about PlayMoreGolf visit: www.playmore.golf.


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