OFFER EXTENDED FOR LIMITED PERIOD
For a limited time, we are offering 3 years membership for the price of 2 to both existing members and new members. This offer will be available for a limited time only so act now if you want to take advantage.
|Membership Category||Total Payable||Annual Equivalent|
|Senior (age 65 and over)*||£1,106||£369|
|Intermediate (age 18 to 29)||from £526||from £175|
|* Further loyalty discount may apply for existing Senior members.|
Act now to secure this great value membership offer and enjoy playing one of Central Scotland’s premier golfing facilities.
Simply pay the full amount due at time of application (or renewal in the case of existing members) to qualify for this great value offer. Payments can be made via the office in person or by telephone (01236 723230) during normal working hours. New members also need to complete an application form and submit by email to email@example.com or hand this into the office. Or simply drop into the office and we’ll take care of this for you.
Q. Does this offer apply to Full members only?
A. The offer is available to all Full, Senior, Intermediate, and Life membership categories. The offer in not available to 5 Day, Antonine or Antonine 5 Day members, however such members may choose to upgrade to one of the applicable categories in order to benefit from this offer.
Q. Is there an option to pay it up over a number of months?
A. There is no payment plan for this particular offer and the full amount needs to be paid at the outset. We do however accept payment by credit card (there is no admin fee or additional charge for this).
Q. I already pay my 2020 fees by “instalments in advance”, can I benefit from this offer?
A. Yes. All advance payments that you have already made would be credited in full and you would simply be required to make an appropriate balancing payment.
Q. I recently joined on the “17 for 12” offer, can I benefit from this new offer?
A. Yes. All payments that you have already made in respect of the “17 for 12” offer would be credited in full and you would simply be required to make an appropriate balancing payment.