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Macdonald Hotels & Resorts Launches Group’s First Golf Reward Programme

11.24am 7th September 2015 - Travel

Macdonalds loyaltee-logo-600x300Macdonald Hotels & Resorts is set to reward golf players across the UK with the launch of the group’s first ever pay and play reward programme, Loyal-Tee.

The new loyalty card scheme enables players to access the best available rates at its world-renowned courses, discounted and free rounds of golf, plus additional discounts on golf buggy hire and the hotels’ food and beverage offerings.

Keith Pickard, Group Director of Golf at Macdonald Hotels & Resorts said: “This reward programme has been created following in-depth market research and our understanding of the needs of today’s golfer.

Macdonalds Portal Hotel, Golf & Spa 6th
Macdonalds Portal Hotel, Golf & Spa 6th

“The scheme is a sign of Macdonald Hotels & Resorts’ dedication to grow the game and increase participation, while rewarding our loyal customers. We know that the golf landscape is evolving and recognise that the way in which people play golf is changing.

“Our new Loyal-Tee card will allow players of all levels to enjoy the sport and gain exclusive benefits that have never been available before.”

Players will receive increased benefits the more they play which includes special promotions, exclusive offers and free rounds of golf that can be redeemed across all Macdonald Hotels & Resort golf locations, including the world famous Macdonald Spey Valley Golf and Country Club in Aviemore, Macdonald Portal Hotel, Golf & Spa in Cheshire and Macdonald Cardrona Hotel, Golf & Spa in Peebles.

Keith continues: “We pride ourselves on the fact that we have well-maintained courses, individual hotels, fine quality food and more importantly a consistently high quality of service.”

Macdonald Hotels and Resorts Loyal-Tee scheme



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