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1.30pm 27th September 2013 - Corporate

american golf logoamerican golf has joined forces with to reward the hardy golfers who venture onto the fairways during the winter months.

The retailer is offering its customers £50 to spend at, the UK’s leading online tee-time provider, when they buy an electric trolley in store or online.

The deal will provide the perfect excuse for golfers to head to one of over 1,000 golf courses in the UK and Ireland following the busy summer period.

With prices starting at just £10 and a wide choice of courses – that can be easily searched via the website and mobile app – golfers can use the £50 to pay for their tee-time outright or put it towards golf at a premium venue like Turnberry, StokePark or the Belfry.

Dan Gathercole, Head of Marketing at American Golf, said: “Golf is all about dedication and patience. We see that embodied in the die-hard players that are still out improving their game through the autumn and winter months.

“We salute those brave all-weather golfers and hope that our partnership with will help keep the greens busy no matter the playing conditions.” is part of the Golfbreaks Group, and this promotion builds on the strong relationship established with american golf earlier this year.

“Our partnership is formed on a mutual commitment to providing customers with great service and value, and this promotion is certainly in line with that, “ said Keith Mitchell, Marketing Director of the Golfbreaks Group. “We’re sure that all those customers who do take advantage of this offer will enjoy putting their new trolley into play at one of the 1,000+ courses available to book.”

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