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€25 for 12 Months Half-Price Golf with Open Fairways (value €99)
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- You'll ace Christmas with today's great deal.
- Membership to Open Fairways for 12 months for just €25.
- The card gets you exclusive green fee offers at 1000s of top courses, including 250+ in Ireland.
- Play at championship courses, such as Royal Dublin, The K Club, Turnberry, Gleneagles, Celtic Manor, Ballyliffin and Foto Island.
- The perfect Christmas present for the golfer in your life.
Buying Christmas presents for my Mam is a doddle, but my Dad, well he's a whole other ball game. But this year I'm confident I've scored a hole in one with today's great offering from Open Fairways.
Pay just €25 for a 12 months Open Fairways Privilege Card. You see, with an Open Fairways card you have the opportunity to play golf courses in Ireland and across the globe while taking advantage of exclusive green fee offers.
Open Fairways leads the (fair)way to affordable prices at some of Ireland's (and the world's) premier golf courses. In total, there are over 1,600 courses to choose from (including 250+ in Ireland), and there’s no need to play alone either as your membership allows you to bring up to seven guests.
Open Fairways membership gets you up to half-price admittance to Irish courses including Portmarnock, Royal Dublin, The K Club, Lahinch, Tralee, Fota Island, Rosses Point, Enniscrone, Ballyliffin and Carne.
If you want to take advantage of top-ranking championship courses, venues such as Turnberry, Gleneagles, Celtic Manor and The Belfry are available too as are courses as far afield as La Manga, Spain and Mission Hills in China.
Check out all the courses here. And if you want to transform a half-day's game of golf into a hassle-free holiday then we have more good news - the Open Fairways membership includes half-price offers for a selection of hotels across Ireland, including Bushmills, The Merchant in Belfast, The Culloden, Slieve Donard, Fitzpatrick Castle and The Clarence in Dublin.