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Renaissance Club extends green fee offer for Scottish Golf members

11.14am 14th October 2020 - Course Development

Following a successful partnership last year, Scottish Golf is delighted to announce that it has teamed up with VisitScotland and The Renaissance Club to offer all members of Scottish Golf affiliated clubs an exclusive opportunity to take advantage of preferential green fee rates this winter at The Renaissance Club in East Lothian.

Golf club members will have the chance to tee it up at this year’s Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish and Ladies Scottish Open host venue to provide golfers with the chance of walking the same fairways as some of the biggest names in golf. 

Tee times will be available on Mondays and Wednesdays from November through to the end of March at a cost of £280 per four-ball.

Speaking about this fantastic opportunity for members of affiliated clubs, Scottish Golf’s Chief Operating Officer, Karin Sharp, said: “Our winter tee time offers are always extremely popular with our members and we are delighted to extend our partnership with The Renaissance Club for another year.

“Our ongoing partnership with VisitScotland and The Renaissance Club, will allow our members to follow in the footsteps of some of the worlds’ top pros, in a year that the course played host to both the Men’s and Ladies’ Aberdeen Standard Investments Scottish Opens.

“This special offer is only available to members of Scottish Golf affiliated clubs, providing great added value to your membership. We are extremely grateful to The Renaissance Club and VisitScotland for enabling us to provide this fantastic opportunity to our members across Scotland.”

All visitors to The Renaissance Club are required to take a forecaddie at a cost of £60 + gratuity per group. Details of how to book a winter tee time at can be found here.

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