Le Golf National, The 2018 Ryder Cup venue and a European Tour Destination, is among the latest venues to become a partner destination within the Golfy network.
Situated on the outskirts of Versailles, near Paris, Le Golf National and its Championship Albatros course, will welcome European Tour professionals this month, including four-time Major winner Rory McIlroy and the 2016 Masters champion Danny Willett, at the 100th Open de France, which begins on June 30th.
Golfers in the UK and Ireland can now experience Le Golf National, which is part of the exclusive European Tour Properties network of world class golf venues, and benefit from a 25% discount on green fees with the Golfy Indigo card.
The popular loyalty card, accepted at more than 150 golf courses in Continental Europe and 130 hotels in France, provides discounts across all three courses at Le Golf National, including the Albatros, The 2018 Ryder Cup course, the challenging 18-hole Aigle and the nine-hole Oiselet.
Alain Jeanjean, founder of Golfy, said: “Le Golf National is one of the world’s most celebrated golf destinations and a jewel within the Golfy network, which continues to develop across Continental Europe.
“With the Golfy card, golfers in the UK and Ireland are able to take advantage of discounted green fees and instantly save money at some of Europe’s leading golf courses.”
In addition to Le Golf National, Golfy, Europe’s leading network of golf courses, also 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.
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 €45 (the standard cost of the card in France is €109).
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