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Hoburne Golf Tees Off

12.32am 8th December 2010 - Corporate - This story was updated on Tuesday, December 7th, 2010

Bulbury Woods Clubhouse

This autumn sees the launch of Hoburne Golf, bringing Hoburne Holiday Parks and three top golf clubs, which have long been owned by the same family business, together under the same brand identity.

The Holiday Parks and golf clubs have the same high standards of customer care, facilities and value for money at the heart of all they do, so it made sense to group them under one name umbrella.

Hoburne Golf owns and operates Bulbury Woods Golf

18th hole at Crane Valley

Club near Poole in Dorset, Crane Valley Golf Club in Verwood, Dorset and Hurtmore Golf Club near Guildford in Surrey and has introduced a number of exciting offers to celebrate the launch.

For groups looking for an alternative to the Christmas party, the Winter Warmer package with breakfast, 18 holes and a two-course meal starts from just £29 per person and the Christmas Society Package with 18 holes plus a four-course Christmas meal starts from £30 per person.

Hurtmore Golf Club

A range of Society Packages has been introduced from the 18-hole Vardon with a golfer’s breakfast and coffee starting at £25, to the Monty with breakfast, lunch and dinner on top of 36 holes from £55. Anyone who books a society golf day before December 31 will receive a 20 per cent discount (excludes Winter Warmer and Christmas Society Package). Visitors will receive up to a further 20 per cent discount if they return to play at any of the clubs within 12 months.

New membership packages are also available with bronze membership starting at just £39 a year.

Hoburne Golf http://hoburnegolf.com

       

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