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Custom-fit irons are customer's reward 

A keen golfer has grabbed himself a free set of custom-fitted Callaway irons, after less than three months of saving points through Rewards4Golf.

Chin Choon Lee, from Benfleet in Essex , joined the free Rewards4Golf scheme because he wanted to be rewarded for money he was spending with retailers and after less than three months of collecting points he had saved enough to redeem against a set of Callaway irons, custom-fitted to his specifications.

Mr Lee is one of thousands of golfers who has already registered for free at Rewards4Golf.com and earns points by shopping with some of the UK's biggest retailers including Tesco, John Lewis, Littlewoods, Currys, Marks & Spencer, Halfords, Superdrug and Amazon as well as golf equipment retailer Direct Golf UK and golf travel specialist Golfbreaks.com.

The Rewards4Golf scheme is completely free, takes just one minute to register and there are no hidden charges for members whatsoever - just fantastic rewards.

Customers can choose to claim a host of free rewards including equipment, accessories clothing or even golfing holidays.

Mr Lee said: "When I first came across Rewards4Golf I thought it sounded too good to be true because I was going to earn points for money that I was spending anyway.

"It was a bit of a no-brainer to sign up because I didn't have to change who I shopped with or how often I shopped with them. When shopping online, all I had to do was access the websites through Rewards4Golf.com.

"There is a huge array of retailers involved in the scheme and very quickly I had accumulated enough points for a set of irons. The staff at Direct Golf where I had the clubs custom fitted were brilliant and as they are a participating retailer I'll be shopping with them a lot more in the future.

"They are superb and playing golf with a free set of clubs always feels so much better. The list of items that you can choose to redeem points against is fantastic and I've already got my eye on a few other items for next time."

Colin Whitehead, commercial director at Rewards4Golf, said: "I'm delighted Chin has managed to redeem his points for a free set of custom-fitted Callaway clubs.

"Accumulating points couldn't be easier because of the variety of retailers participating in the scheme and highlights the fact that the Rewards4Golf is simply a winner for golfers.

"Chin didn't change the way he shopped, he simply signed up to Rewards4Golf for free and less than three months later he had a fantastic set of new golf clubs to show for it."

The scheme, with its innovative technology, means points are automatically collated whenever a registered credit or debit card is used with a participating retailer -the scheme is both environmentally friendly and hassle-free as there is no need to carry a separate loyalty card.

The system is as secure as online banking and members can be reassured that the only card details Rewards4Golf needs to take in order to award points is the card number - not the cardholder name, expiry date, valid from date or the security code.

Members can earn points by shopping with more than 200 online retailers and around 3000 high street outlets. In addition, they can register up to 15 cards - with 50 bonus points for every card they sign up - to contribute to their points' tally, so they can even be rewarded when their partner, friends or family shop.

Anyone can sign up to the scheme at www.rewards4golf.com , where they can also browse the huge variety of rewards on offer and see the extensive list of participating retailers.


February 26, 2009

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