The QHotels Collection breaks down golf barriers

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New winter memberships from £140
Posted on
November 9, 2022
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For many, getting out onto the golf course at their golf club is a weekly routine. But for those just starting out on their golfing journey, and those avid golfers looking for a club to join for the very first time, the idea of becoming a member and signing up for a year-long membership can be a daunting one.

Thankfully, The QHotels Collection has just the answer. Those looking to get into golf this winter have added reason to take to the fairways after the group unveiled an attractive range of new memberships which are on offer at all seven of its championship golf resorts.

The QHotels Collection new winter membership scheme allows players of all abilities and at all points of their golfing journey to sign up for unlimited golf seven days a week until the end of March 2023. A great opportunity for golfers to try out their local QHotels course, prices vary from just £140 to £180 depending on the resort.

Players can not only enjoy excellent value but can also benefit from exceptional playing conditions following a recent period of golf-course investment across all venues.

As part of a three-year investment plan initiated in 2021, equating to more than £3million, the golf courses throughout the group are benefiting from a major upgrade of maintenance equipment, improved drainage systems and significant bunker enhancements.

Thanks to the investment, golfers playing courses in The QHotels Collection this winter will play on main greens and tees where other courses may require fairway mats and temporary tee boxes.

Slaley Hall

Keith Pickard, The QHotels Collection’s golf, health club and spa director, said: “We like to celebrate the winter months across The QHotels Golf Collection and this year we have more reason to celebrate than ever before.

“Following recent investments, our members can expect to find exceptional playing conditions this winter at every venue, and, as always, will not have to tolerate winter greens or tees.

“On top of this, anyone joining as a winter member will qualify to get a proportion of their money back in discounts, if they choose to continue with any regular membership packages in 2023.”

The QHotels Collection operates seven top golf resorts in England and Scotland: Slaley Hall Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort in Hexham, Northumberland; Dunston Hall Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort, in Norwich; Oulton Hall Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort, Leeds; Telford Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort, in Shropshire; DoubleTree by Hilton Forest Pines Spa & Golf Resort, in Brigg; Belton Woods Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort in Lincolnshire and DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Westerwood Spa & Golf Resort.

www.qhotels.co.uk/offers/winter-golf-memberships/

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