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Marriott Golf introduces Kids Golf-4-Free

12.05am 5th June 2006 - Travel

Marriott Golf, the world’s largest resort golf management company, has introduced an innovative “Kids Golf-4-Free” programme offering a free round of golf for children under 15 years old, provided they are accompanied by a full paying adult and book at tee time after 3.00 pm.
In addition, Marriott Golf is also offering a free lesson to kids up to 15 years old when accompanied by an adult who is taking a fully paid lesson from a Marriott Golf instructor.
The “Kids Golf-4-Free” programme is available at eleven UK Marriott Golf properties and at 52 Marriott Golf properties worldwide.
“’Kids Golf-4-Free’ is designed to promote youth golf,” said Stephen Follett, director of golf operations, Marriott UK, “We feel it is important that kids have the opportunity to play at premier golf facilities and hone their skills under the direction of the world’s finest PGA professionals.
“What’s equally exciting about this programme is that it further emphasises Marriott Golf’s commitment to growing the game and encourages families to golf together.”
Marriott Golf, the golf management division of Marriott International, Inc. (NYSE:MAR), currently manages 60 golf courses at 45 facilities in 14 countries, offering more than 1,000 holes of championship golf. Marriott has been managing golf operations since 1970 and is currently the largest resort golf operator in the both the United Kingdom and the United States. Marriott provides golf management and consulting services to a variety of operational environments including resort, private club, daily fee, golf school and franchises.
Marriott Golf www.marriottgolf.com

       

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