Members of the Golf Society of Great Britain are being offered the opportunity to save 25% on green fees with Golfy, the leading network of golf courses in continental Europe.
The Golfy Indigo card is accepted at more than 150 golf courses across five countries, including France, Spain and Belgium, as well as 130 hotels in France.
Le Golf National, Paris, venue of The 2018 Ryder Cup and PGA Catalunya Resort, Spain’s number one golf course, are among the venues within the Golfy network.
The Golfy Indigo Card offers a 25% discount on green fees and 15% off accommodation.
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, including free rounds of golf. ‘Yards’ are also earned with exclusive Golfy golf break packages.
Brian Ward, Secretary of the Golf Society of Great Britain, recently toured the Champagne region of France, playing at Golf de Reims and Golf de l’Ailette.
Brian said: “To be honest, I hadn’t heard of Golfy before, but there are more than 50,000 cardholders in Europe and it is a very well known network. Many top courses, especially in France, are members of Golfy, but there are also plenty of lovely courses and hotels in the network that are less well known but well worth experiencing. I especially enjoyed Golf de Reims, which was originally designed by Tom Simpson in 1928 and features an exquisite chateau clubhouse surrounded by water. Sitting outside in the sunshine enjoying lunch and a glass of Champagne made for a very memorable experience.”
The price of the Golfy Indigo Card is just €45 per year. However, members of the Golf Society of Great Britain can now purchase a Golfy Indigo Card with an additional 10% discount.
Visit the Golfy website – www.golfy.fr – and, when purchasing your card, enter the code for Golf Society of Great Britain members: GSGB2016.
(This code is valid until December 23, 2016. A new code will be issued for 2017.)