Golfers taking a golf break in Europe can now save 25% on green fees with the Golfy card. The popular discount card is accepted at more than 150 golf courses across five countries, including France and Spain, as well as 130 hotels in France.
With more than 50,000 cardholders, Golfy is already established as a leading network in Continental Europe.
Now, with a special introductory offer, it is inviting golfers from the UK and Ireland to join and benefit from discounts on green fees, hotel stays and golf breaks, while earning loyalty ‘Yards’ for all purchases.
The Golfy network features a huge choice of golf break destinations, from great value venues in northern France and Belgium to top tournament courses such as PGA Catalunya Resort, Spain, and Le Golf National, Paris, home of The 2018 Ryder Cup.
Alain Jeanjean, founder of Golfy, said: “For 25 years, Golfy has been saving golfers money at our growing network of courses and hotels. With a Golfy card, golfers from the UK and Ireland will be made welcome, instantly save money and earn loyalty benefits at golf courses and hotels across Europe.”
All purchases within the Golfy network, including green fees, pro shop, buggy hire, golf lessons, restaurant, hotel accommodation and spa, earn cardholders loyalty ‘Yards’ which can be redeemed for exclusive rewards and gifts. ‘Yards’ are also earned with Golfy golf break packages.
The Golfy Indigo Card, offering a 25% discount on green fees and 15% off accommodation, is now available for a special price of just EUR €45 (the standard cost of the card in France is €109).
Anna Jackson from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, has been a Golfy cardholder for five years. She said: “I joined Golfy specifically to take advantage of the discounted green fees and hotel stays. It’s been great value; I save money on each trip and I’ve earned a free round with my Golfy Yards. Also, whenever I contact Golfy, the staff are always very friendly and helpful.”
The individual Indigo card and Platine card, for two people, can be purchased simply and conveniently online from the Golfy website www.golfy.fr
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