Fairmont St Andrews has the ideal 2017 membership for you

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• Fairmont St Andrews to continue unique membership package
• The resort is also running a fantastic stableford winter series
• It's £125 for five rounds - and you could win a trip to Dubai

FAIRMONT ST ANDREWS

Fairmont St Andrews is continuing to offer a fantastic flexible membership option for 2017 – as well a unique winter series which could see you win a four-night trip to Dubai.


The Fairmont St Andrews Troon Trophy is an accumulative stableford competition running until March 19, 2017 over the resort’s Torrance and Kittocks courses.

For £125, which is payable upon entry, each participant will receive five rounds of golf. The top five stableford scores will be taken and prizes will be issued for the top four places.

The top three prizes, of which the first-placed team will have first choice, are:

• Four nights at The Address Montgomerie, Dubai, for four people (two twins) with four rounds of golf;
• Three nights at Lumine Golf Club, Spain, for two people with three rounds of golf;
• Three nights at Princes Golf Club for two people with two rounds of golf.

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Fantastic flexible membership offer


Fairmont St Andrews, managed by Troon Golf, has created an approach so that golfers can decide every element of their golf membership to control their time at the venue.

The flexible membership offer includes ten, 20 and 30-round bundles, special member guest rates, spa passes and free junior membership – making it no surprise at all that the facility now boasts members from Kirriemuir right down into Ayrshire.

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Before 2016, it had not been possible to become a member at Fairmont St Andrews - host venue for the 2014 SSE Scottish Senior Open (below) - but now users can create a benefits package to suit their individual needs. In simple terms, ‘it’s your game, your time, your choice’.
"We’re able to challenge the norms of the more traditional membership approach" - Amy Yeates

“We’ve looked hard at why fewer golfers are joining clubs in Scotland and quickly realised that a lack of flexibility was a key fundamental missing from many local options,” said Amy Yeates, Director of Golf, upon the launch of the membership last year.

“As a more modern venue, we’re able to challenge the norms of the more traditional membership approach. Under our scheme, each member has access to control their time at the club, playing from the tees they choose at a time to suit their lifestyle.

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“We’re getting all of the family involved with our junior and youth memberships too. It’s all about giving golfers the flexibility to facilitate their hobby in a way to suit them not us.”

The membership benefits extend to the hotel, with a 25% discount off all food and beverage purchases in Fairmont St Andrews’ extensive dining options, including the St Andrews Bar & Grill.

Members can also relax with friends and family in the luxury spa, benefiting from four free guest passes.


Memberships at Fairmont St Andrews


For more information on the flexible memberships at Fairmont St Andrews, click here.

For more information on the Fairmont St Andrews Troon Trophy, click here.

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