The Golfers Club, the UK’s leading specialist golf insurance and benefits provider, has teamed up with 2010 Ryder Cup host venue The Celtic Manor Resort to offer new members free rounds of golf at its Montgomerie and Roman Road courses.
The Golfer’s Club is one of the UK’s fastest growing golf insurance providers and it has seen major growth in 2011 due to the added benefits it offers golfers with its policies.
As well as golf at Celtic Manor, members are also entitled to four additional free rounds of golf at 62 different courses throughout the UK, including venues like Slaley Hall in Northumberland, the Forest Pines, Lincolnshire, and Tudor Park in Kent.
Save £340 on green fees with The Golfers Club
The combined value of the package is a saving on green fees of around £340.
Members signing up to the policy also receive a welcome pack, including gifts from TaylorMade and John Letters, plus over thirty benefits from a comprehensive list of leading golf partners, such as Marriott, De Vere, GreenFree, Your Golf Travel, Q Hotels, Direct Golf UK, Macdonald Hotels and Crown Golf.
Paul Wilson, Director at The Golfers Club, said: “We’re delighted to add to the benefits that are associated with The Golfers Club and are excited that our members will be able to soak up the atmosphere and enjoy the fabulous hospitality of the 2010 Ryder Cup venue , The Celtic Manor Resort.
We are dedicated to tailoring our insurance policies to golfer’s individual needs and providing them with great value for money, as we strive to ensure that our policies are both flexible and affordable.”
Underwritten by Lloyds of London, The Golfers Club was launched in 1998 and with a growing number of golfers recognising the importance of golf insurance, The Golfers Club has continued to establish itself as one of the UK’s leading specialist golf insurers with policy options starting from just £29.99 for the year.
All policies include dental treatment, hole-in-one protection, third party damage, personal liability and personal accident coverage as standard.
For more information please visit www.thegolfersclub.co.uk