QHotels get the points

QHotels has introduced QFairway, a flexible golf membership offering up to 50 rounds of golf for £375 along with access to 15 golf courses. The group which includes such venues as The Carrick at Cameron House, Slaley Hall (pictured) and Forest Pines in its portfolio believes the new scheme will prove attractive for golfers who are short of time, but want all the benefits of a traditional golf club membership.

The QFairway flexible points-based membership gives golfers all the benefits of a full club membership, including the facility to hold a handicap and playing rights for club competitions. It also offers discounts on food and drink, shop purchases, tuition, hotel bed-and-breakfast rates, and access to all of QHotels’ 15 golf courses.

Golfers can try the QFairway membership with a round of golf in open days at five QHotels venues from 26 to 29 March 26. Complimentary practice range balls, with a free ‘swing and grip check’, will be available before the round, with food and beverages in the bar afterwards.

Michael Purtill, managing director of QHotels, said, “Points-based flexible memberships are not new but we believe QFairway takes the concept to a new level. With 11 hotels and 15 excellent golf courses – and the ability to allocate points to elements other than just golf – this is the most widely beneficial membership available on the market.”

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