One lucky entrant could win a fantastic golf break for two at any of QHotels’ 10 UK golf resorts worth £1,000
One lucky entrant stands to win a fantastic golf break for two at any of QHotels’ 10 UK golf resorts as well as receiving all the benefits involved in the company’s excellent Country Club membership scheme.
The multi-award-winning four-star QHotels group, the UK’s largest golf resort operator, offers 17 championship-standard courses in unique resort locations. These include Slaley Hall – voted ‘Best Golf Hotel/ Resort in the North of England’ for the third successive year in the latest Today’s Golfer Travel Awards and host of 18 European and European Seniors Tour events. Other leading venues in the group include Belton Woods, Lincs; Oulton Hall, West Yorks; Mottram Hall, Cheshire; and Forest Pines Hotel and Golf Resort, North Lincs.
‘Country Club’ membership is available at all 10 resorts and includes:
– access to both golf and leisure facilities
– reciprocal golf at other QHotels golf resorts
– 20% discount on food and drink
– 10% discount in all QHotels golf shops (excluding hardware)
– discounted buggies
– 15% off spa treatments (Mon to Thurs)
– 15% off the ‘best available bed & breakfast rate’ across all 26 QHotels as well as discounted green fees for guests.
QHotels also offers the points-based QFairway, the country’s most flexible golf membership – the latest element of which offers a five-day membership from just £295. It comes with 100 points which may be exchanged for golf, buggy hire, driving range tokens and spa treatments. And among the scheme’s many benefits, players can hold a handicap and playing rights for club competitions, enjoy discounts on food and drink, shop purchases, tuition and hotel bed-and-breakfast rates.
To enter: For your chance to win a simply go to the competition site by clicking on ‘Enter Competition’ button and enter your email address.
Enter by: 12/04/2017
No purchase necessary.
See competition website for full terms and conditions.
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