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New membership scheme introduced at South Essex Golf Club

14:28 25 March 2014

South Essex Golf Club. Pic: Andy Hiseman

South Essex Golf Club. Pic: Andy Hiseman

Copyright (c) 2012 Andy Hiseman

Brentwood-based South Essex Golf Club celebrates the launch of its flexible new approach to playing golf, with the introduction of its exciting new golf membership Freedom Play, available for just £295.

Based on a credits usage system, South Essex’s new flexible membership is designed for the busy golfer with limited leisure time. The simple approach enables players to book a convenient tee time; each tee time booked uses a corresponding amount of credits which are easily topped-up with Crown Golf’s credit bundles. When signing up, players will receive 250 free credits to get them started.

Freedom Play not only offers players a lifestyle-friendly golf membership but it also includes some of the more traditional and enjoyable elements of the game such as official handicap registration, access to competitions and social events at clubs. In addition, South Essex’s membership allows players to register a younger member of the family, as under-14s play free.

South Essex general manager Matt Mayfield, said: “We are really excited about this new membership. It was becoming more apparent that many of our members have busy lives with jobs and young families. They are unable to make the full commitment of a club membership, so some decide to give up all together. We soon realised that flexibility is key and with this in mind we created Freedom Play!”

For more information about Crown Golf Freedom Play Membership simply go to freedomplay.co.uk

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