How about a free 4 ball at Loch Lomond or any other the other superb De Vere Golf courses in the UK.
Golf Direct, Nike Golf and De Vere Hotels have combined to create the perfect Christmas present for golfers in the UK. The offer – buy a set of Nike irons or a Nike driver and receive a free fourball at a De Vere golf course – applies to all the Nike irons, including the Nike VR irons and the Nike SQ Machspeed irons, the Nike VR driver and the popular Nike SQ Machspeed driver. To views these products click here Nike Irons
and Nike Drivers
. The free voucher gives Golf Direct customers up to £320 worth of green fees at De Vere.
Together with their purchase of Nike Golf Equipment golfers will find a De Vere Golf fourball voucher, valid at 14 of the leading hotel opearator’s exclusive golf courses in the UK at any time before March 31st 2011. The promotion covers almost all of the De Vere’s sixteen UK golf courses, including all courses at Slaley Hall, Heron’s Reach, Oulton Hall, Mottram Hall, Carden Park, Wychwood Park, Belton Woods, Dunston Hall, Staverton Park, Wokefield Park and Loch Lomond in the offer. During the promotion Golf Direct customers will also receive an invitation to join the new De Vere Club, which for just £295 gives golfers membership of all eleven De Vere golf clubs in the UK on a points-based system. With a round of golf starting at just 2 points, and with 100 De Vere points included in their Membership, De Vere Club members have plenty of choice and can also redeem their points by inviting friends to play with them. The De Vere Club was launched by the Club’s Captain Peter Alliss in spring 2010. “We think this is the ideal Christmas present for a golfer this year” said Golf Direct’s Tony Dobson. “De Vere and Nike are wonderful brands which golfers love and with De Vere’s unrivalled collection of golf courses and the quality of the Nike Golf Equipment golfers will have a great experience.”
To take advantage of this Golf Direct offer click the following links –
Nike Golf Irons or the Nike Golf Drivers
De Vere’s new membership scheme meets needs of modern golfer
Peter Alliss tees off the all new De Vere Club. The UK’s leading luxury golf resort company De Vere has announced bold plans to change the face of golf membership forever delivering an innovative solution for the modern day golfer. De Vere’s new membership scheme, launched yesterday by Honorary Captain, Peter Alliss at De Vere Oulton Hall, aims to make golf more accessible, flexible and family friendly to stimulate participation and frequency of play. The De Vere Club will deliver value for money and variety whilst maintaining the quality of the De Vere offering and all the advantages and traditions of being a member of a golf club.
Despite the efforts of many golf clubs to increase demand for membership, through reducing joining fees and annual subs, memberships in the UK remain largely static. As Richard Balfour-Lynn, Chief Executive of De Vere’s parent company, AHG explains “The time is right to create a membership model that allows golfers to spend their golf investment how they want to. We believe the new De Vere Club is suited to thousands of golfers whose needs are not currently met by traditional memberships.”
Independent figures from leading sports research company IFM Sports Marketing Surveys suggest that there are over one million golfers in the UK who currently play between 6 and 26 times a year and they are ideally suited to a flexible membership model like the new The De Vere Club. The De Vere Club is an innovative new ‘points based’ membership scheme that allows a golfer to become a member for just £295 and use the points purchased to enjoy 16 superb De Vere golf courses at 11 De Vere venues including the spectacular Carrick on Loch Lomond and European Tour venue Slaley Hall.
The points can be topped up at any time and can be used to entertain friends, family and business associates. Legendary golf broadcaster Peter Alliss has been named Honorary Captain of the De Vere Club, hitting the inaugural ‘Captain’s Drive’ at De Vere Oulton Hall launching the scheme earlier today. Alliss is thrilled to be involved in such a pioneering project, seeing the far reaching benefits for avid golfers across the country. “Nothing beats the feeling of belonging to a club and the more people feel they belong the more they play and enjoy the game,” he said. “With all the time and money pressures these days I believe the De Vere Club is a great compromise: the flexibility and choice coupled with the wonderful traditions of club golf. De Vere Club members will also enjoy a whole host of added benefits including discounts on hotel rooms, spa, golf equipment, food and beverage plus attractive member referral incentives.
De Vere has invested significantly in recent years to not only present beautifully manicured Championship golf courses but to also develop top class facilities that challenge the status quo of the archetypal golf club. Stylish clubhouses, luxurious spas, relaxed dress codes, exquisite dining and state of the art golf academies have created a family friendly environment and attractive social hub for the modern golfer. The new De Vere Club concept is the next phase of this strategy and will match the needs of a whole array of golfers from the middle aged golfer with children who wants to get the family involved in the game to the twenty-something transient golfer who moves around the country for both business and social activities.
Full details of the new De Vere Club – ‘the club that’s changing golf membership forever’ – atwww.devere.co.uk/golf
or call 0844 980 8060.