Golfers can take advantage of unlimited golf at one of the Algarve’s top venues as Amendoeira Golf Resort launched its Premium subscription for 2020.
The subscription includes a range of significant discounts and excellent benefits to be enjoyed throughout the year, including year-round unlimited access to the O’Connor course, floodlit Academy Course and the award-winning Faldo Course to play as many times as you wish.
In contrast to other Algarve clubs, the buggies are also included in the Premium subscription at Amendoeira (or a trolley, if you prefer an occasional walk down the pristine fairways).
Situated just 20 minutes from Vilamoura, 35 minutes from Faro airport and just a few kilometres from the stunning golden beaches of the Algarve, Amendoeira Golf Resort is brimming with leisure facilities, including tennis courts, running trails, swimming pools and gym facilities.
There are additional benefits for card-holders, who will be entitled to 20 per cent discount on bars, buggy bars, restaurants, golf pro shop, accommodation, rental equipment and other sports facilities.
A 15 per cent discount can be used on golf lessons and guests can play for just €60 per round when accompanying a Premium subscriber. The first 100 subscribers can also enjoy a reduced rate with prices of €2500 per year per person or €4740 for couples, which represents excellent value for one of the Algarve’s leading resorts.
Sérgio Duarte, general manager at Amendoeira Golf Resort, said: “Our Premium subscription is one of our most popular subscriptions as it represents fantastic savings for regular golfers.
“And allowing our golfers some extra benefits of free buggies will hopefully add to the experience.”
Terms and conditions apply but for more information, visit www.amendoeiraresort.com
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