The Links with History Golf Pass is celebrating the 2013 season getting underway in earnest with a special offer for golfers booking to play at the four historic golf clubs in the Kingdom of Fife.
Golfers who book at least two rounds of golf at different courses at Scotscraig, Lundin, Ladybank and Crail through the Links with History Golf Pass during May and June will receive a courtesy coffee and bacon roll before their rounds at each venue.
A new website for the Links with HistoryGolfPass has also been launched to make it easier for golfers to make bookings. The easy-to-navigate digital portal at www.linkswithhistory.com features stunning imagery from the historic links and inland courses and gives information about the courses, the clubhouse facilities and how to book.
The Links with History Golf Pass is one of the best value for money golf products available in Scotland this summer with tee times at the five championship courses available from just £50 per person, per round.
Barrie Liddle, the Secretary at Scotscraig Golf Club, said, “The Links with History Golf Pass brings together four of the country’s most historic golf clubs and offers fantastic golf at affordable prices. The pass is a one-stop-shop for golfers, which takes the hassle out of booking a golf weekend or short break. We go out of our way to welcome visitors to our clubs and offering them a coffee and a bacon roll before their tee off is our way of giving them something a little extra to set them up for their round.”
Alistair MacDonald, the Secretary at Lundin Golf Club, added, “We are very much looking forward to a busy summer season and the new website will make it even easier for golfers to book the golf pass. It is designed to be visually appealing and easy to navigate and we have worked hard to make sure it includes all the key information required for booking golf with Links with History.”
The Links with History golf clubs are all located close to the Home of Golf in St Andrews and enjoy illustrious histories with three of them having been qualifying venues for the Open Championship. Crail Golfing Society is the seventh oldest golf club in the world, dating back to 1786, and Scotscraig Golf Club is the 13th oldest club in the world.
The courses offer a mix of challenging links golf at the Balcomie and Craighead courses at Crail and Lundin, a testing combination of links and heathland golf at Scotscraig and a beautiful but demanding tree-lined heathland layout at Ladybank.
The Links with History Golf Pass enables golfers to book two, three or four rounds of golf. The booking can be made either by phone, email or an online booking form on the Links with History website. Payment is made by cheque or by credit card and no money is requested until the booking has been confirmed.
Links with History Golf Pass www.linkswithhistory.com