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GreenFree celebrates its 1000th course
March 18, 2011

GreenFree, the home of 2-for-1 golf, has added further award-winning golf courses to its impressive portfolio, taking the number of courses where golfers can redeem their vouchers to the landmark figure of 1,000. Providing its voucher users with incredible value for money on green fees at an unrivalled number of venues throughout the UK and Ireland, the popular

2-for-1 scheme has recently added a host of championship courses to join the likes of The Belfry and Royal North Devon in the UK's most widely used green fee voucher scheme.

Championship courses such as The Roxburghe in the Scottish Borders and Connemara Links in County Galway, Ireland, have helped GreenFree reach the milestone figure. In the South of England, The Wiltshire, designed by Peter Alliss, joins the likes of Mannings Heath Golf Club and the host venue of Tiger Woods' triumph in the 2006 World Golf Championship, The Grove, to enhance the offering to golfers across the UK.

"We're thrilled to welcome our 1,000th course to the GreenFree scheme, which just highlights the growing popularity of the scheme with golf clubs and avid golfers," commented Dave Lynchehaun, GreenFree Brand Manager. "We have always been keen to ensure that the courses available on the scheme are not only affordable but also some of the best known venues in the country, and the latest clubs to join add further kudos to the scheme."

Continually growing in popularity since its launch in 2001, the further addition of renowned courses continues to establish GreenFree as one of the best value ways for golfers to play at a variety of courses at affordable prices. Offering golfers the chance to play new courses, whilst providing increased revenue for golf clubs, GreenFree 2-for-1 vouchers align the best interests of golfers and golf clubs alike.








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