Keen golfers have the chance to play for free this summer on De Vere Slaley Hall’s championship Hunting Course, the Northumbrian venue of the recent Compaq European Grand Prix 2000.
In order to qualify, players just have to complete three rounds on the championship Priestman course at reduced green fees, before receiving a fourth round on the Hunting Course for free.
Specially reduced green fees for the Priestman course offer a round of golf for only £80 per four players or £50 per two players. With the usual 18 hole green fee for the Priestman course currently at £45 per person and £55 per person for the Hunting Course, players can enjoy a potential saving of up to 50%.
The offer, which is subject to availability, is valid until the end of August 2000 and can be booked up to 7 days in advance.
Mark Stancer, golf operations manager at Slaley Hall and PGA professional, comments: “There is a huge amount of golf interest in the north. This, added to the recent success of the Compaq European Grand Prix, has prompted us to reward the loyalty of our customers with specially reduced rates and the opportunity to play for free on the course upon which Lee Westwood played to victory. This is an excellent chance for the enthusiastic golfer to take advantage of the two championship golf courses on offer at Slaley Hall.”
Interested golfers can ring Golf Reservations on 01434 673 154 to request a ‘Priestman Course Loyalty Voucher’.
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