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Loyalty is rewarded

12.35am 6th March 2007 - Travel

French Golf Holidays, GolfPlanet Holidays and Play&Stay, all chaired by Morgan Clarke, have a rewards programme that is second to none.

The combined 300-page brochure, under the name of Your Golf Holidays, and an equally impressive website, launched yesterday, include everything from golfing daytrips to France to fortnight stays at the Donald Trump resort of Canouan Island in the Caribbean.

Having won Best Specialist Operator for France 2006, Your Golf Holidays is recognised as one of the best holiday companies and the devotion of their clients (65% repeat business year on year and over 90% over three years) is incredibly high.

Morgan says, “We’ve always looked after our clients the old-fashioned way – prompt, courteous and knowledgeable service – but now we’re thanking them more for their business and we’re hoping that now our clients will choose to travel with us for all their holidays.

“Clients can rest assured that they speak to the same staff, receive the same service and get the same good value whenever and wherever they holiday with us. It saves them time and worry and the rewards are very attractive.”

Since 1981, Your Golf Holidays has sent over 200,000 clients and has long been recognised for their knowledge and client care.

The rewards programme includes:
Enticements to book a second and third holiday the same year – ranging from a free Welcome Dinner, Room Upgrade or £100 off;
The Handicap Key – a credit to take off the cost of the next holiday depending on the cost of their previous one;
Reductions for recommendations;
Special access to the Members section on the website featuring extra-special deals and low prices on luxury golf clothing.

The brochure features 25 countries, over 400 courses and over 300 hotels.

Your Golf Holidays www.yourgolfholidays.com

       

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