Gleneagles introduces new 'Further Afield' membership

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Ever wanted to be a member of Gleneagles but, alas, live too far away? This is the news you’ve been waiting for.

The 2019 Solheim Cup host venue has introduced a special 'Further Afield' membership, offering golfers living in England and overseas, full access to 54 holes of championship golf.

This special membership affords playing rights on Gleneagles' heathland classics, The King's and The Queen's golf courses, and the Jack Nicklaus-designed PGA Centenary course.

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Members can also enjoy The PGA National Golf Academy for Scotland, The Academy Course, a testing par-3 design, and soak in the warm and friendly atmosphere of The Clubhouse, whether that's enjoying a craft beer in 'Auchterarder 70', or one of the speciality tandoor dishes from The Dormy Restaurant.

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A Gleneagles spokesperson said: “With 850 acres of magnificent Perthshire estate to explore, decadent and casual dining options and a whole range of country pursuits to enjoy, Further Afield Golf Membership at Gleneagles is the perfect way for travelling golfers to experience everything the 'Glorious Playground' has to offer.”

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The membership also affords a host of additional benefits, including accommodation, leisure and dining discounts and exclusive member-only invitations.

First year Further Afield Golf Membership is priced is £1,485, with a £500 joining fee.

To find out more, log-on to gleneagles.com or call 01764 694424

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