Our Partners

Working with the best in the business to bring our members unrivalled added value

Free Round of golf with Celtic Manor

The Celtic Manor Resort is a world-class destination for golf, with three championship courses, The Twenty Ten, Roman Road and The Montgomerie, plus state of the art Golf Academy and two luxury clubhouses. Play at this fabulous resort and you’ll enjoy courses that have been cleverly designed and immaculately maintained, plus of course can feel the excitement in the air from one of the greatest Ryder Cup’s every witnessed when Europe secured the ‘last match on the course’ win.

Free Round of golf with Marriott

Marriott Golf courses are situated in some of the most idyllic locations throughout the UK, whether they are old priories or majestic manor houses set in acres of rolling parkland, each venue provides a unique golfing experience. They offer some of Europe's premier golfing venues that have been chosen for European Tour events, the Solheim Cup and have hosted iconic past champions such as Seve Ballesteros, Greg Norman & Ian Woosnam.

Free Round of golf with The Belfry

The Belfry is a stunning golf resort with three courses to offer something for players of every level. Enjoy a genuine free round of golf on The Derby Course, a perfectly formed parkland-style course, saving £45 or 50% off the published green fee for The PGA National, England’s only PGA-branded course, and The Brabazon, one of the world’s most revered golf courses and Ryder Cup legend, saving up to £80.

Free Round of golf with QHotels

The home of championship standard courses set in unique resort locations. With ten resorts to choose from and 18 stunning courses to play, and innovative ways to play them, this is golf like never before. Forest Pines is a stunning venue, with fairways meandering through the majestic pines and rated one of the best winter courses to play, and The Westerwood is designed by Dave Thomas and Seve Ballesteros.

Free Round of golf with Macdonald

Macdonald Hotels offers our customers the opportunity to play at a choice of ten celebrated golf courses. From Macdonald Botley Park Championship Golf Courses to Spey Valley Championship Golf Course in the Highlights of Scotland, your distraction should be the panoramic scenery and choosing your next club.

Free Round of golf with Shrigley Hall

The Shrigley Hall Hotel is set in 262 acres of beautiful Cheshire countryside and the 18-hole, par-71 course was designed by celebrated architect Donald Steel, who has worked on every Open Championship venue in the country. Enjoy this course free of charge when you take out a policy with The Golfers Club.

Free Round of golf with Herons' Reach

Set in a stunning heathland and lake estate, the Herons' Reach course has an element of a 'links' feel to it, being no more than 10 minutes from the famous coast of Blackpool. Co-designed by BBC commentator Peter Alliss, the fairways are well manicured, but expect to be punished if you land in the rough, and be wary of the westerly winds from the sea that may cost you dearly. Home to the PGA North Championships, Herons' Reach may be the course you are looking for.

Free round of golf at Cameron House Wee Demon golf course

Golfers are truly spoilt for choice at Cameron House. The Wee Demon is their nine hole golf course, situated just a short walk from hotel reception beside Cameron Lodges. A deviously testing course, the Wee Demon presents a challenge for golfers of all abilities. For those looking to play the championship standard Carrick golf course, you’ll find it located just a stone’s throw away from Cameron House Hotel in The Carrick estate.

Free round of golf at Rockliffe Hall

Designed by Hawtree, the world-renowned course architects, Rockliffe Hall’s 18 hole championship golf course is one of the most challenging in Europe. While its full 7,879 yards from the back tees will give even the best professional tour golfer a stern test, most will find the five individual tee boxes on each hole a welcome addition, offering players of all abilities the chance to experience the challenge.