Interesting Limited-Time Deal for Folks Who Love to Golf!

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Love hitting the golf course when you travel?  Here’s a deal that could save you a lot of money!

Via View From the Wing, you can get a heavily discounted ClubCorp Travel membership (we’re talking a savings of over $1,000!), that’s good for free golf, free meals, and more.

ClubCorp Travel Membership

If You Travel a Lot AND Love to Golf, This Deal Could Make Sense for You!

I’ll share more about this interesting deal.  And help you decide whether it makes sense for you!

Discounted ClubCorp Travel Membership

Link:   ClubCorp Membership

ClubCorp Travel membership usually costs $200 to $500 per month.  But with this deal, it only costs $50 per month (or less in some locations!).  Plus, they’re waiving the $1,000 enrollment fee.

You can save thousands of dollars on your membership!

ClubCorp membership comes with perks like:

  • 2 free green fees per month, per club (excludes cart fees)
  • Free club rental
  • 2 free meals per club, per month (excludes service charges and alcohol)
  • Free access to participating clubs’ business and fitness facilities
  • and more!

The benefits are good at any participating club NOT within 100 miles of your home.  So you won’t be able to use these perks at your local golf course.

ClubCorp Travel Membership

You’ll Have to Scroll Through Each Participating Club to See What Kind of Deals Are Included With Your Membership

And the golf benefit is only valid anytime Monday through Friday, and after 12:00 pm on weekends and holidays.

Plus, there’s a $250 cancellation fee if you cancel within 12 months of signing-up.

That said, we don’t know when this deal will end, so sign-up soon if you’re interested!

Note:  For residents of Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, North and South Dakota, Utah, Wisconsin, and Wyoming, membership is just $25 per month.  So this could be an even better deal for some!

Is This a Good Deal?

If you travel a lot and like to golf and dine, this deal could be worth considering.

But I’d suggest taking a look at the list of participating locations, to see if any of them fit your travel plans.  Because you’ll pay $600 plus tax for a year-long membership ($50 per month X 12), or a $250 cancellation fee if you cancel before the year is up.

Plus, there are a lot of restrictions, and not every participating course offers the free golf perk.  So do the math to see what makes sense for you!

For example, ClubCorp members can get 2 free green fees per month at the Omni La Costa Resort & Spa near San Diego.  Where the green fee for one person normally costs $150+!

ClubCorp Travel Membership

You’ll Save ~$300 on Greens Fees for 2 at the Omni La Costa Resort & Spa With a ClubCorp Travel Membership

And don’t forget, the Citi Prestige’s golf benefit is ending July 23, 2017.  So this deal could be especially worth it for folks who regularly use that perk.

Bottom Line

For a limited time, you can save thousands of dollars on a ClubCorp Travel membership.  It comes with perks like free golf, free meals, and more!

Membership normally costs $200+ per month.  But with this deal, it only costs $25 or $50 per month, depending on where you live.  Plus, the $1,000 enrollment fee is being waived!

That said, you can NOT use the membership benefits at any club within 100 miles of your residence.  So this deal will only make sense for folks who travel a lot.

Do you plan on taking advantage of this offer?  Let me know in the comments!

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