Rewards4golf is giving away more than £1 million of free golf equipment in 2009 – attracting thousands of keen golfers.
The scheme is free to join and sees golfers accrue points for money spent with various high street and online retailers, and then redeem these points against golfing rewards.
Direct Golf UK has signed up to the scheme as the exclusive golf retail partner, which has seen the number of sign-ups increase dramatically.
Retailers signed up to Rewards4golf include Tesco, John Lewis, Littlewoods, Currys, Marks & Spencer, Halfords, Superdrug and Amazon.
Throughout the year, Rewards4golf will hand out equipment ranging from Titleist ProV1 golf balls to a set of TaylorMade Burner XD irons or a golfing break at Turnberry.
Colin Whitehead, commercial director at Rewards4golf, said: “We are absolutely delighted at the number of sign ups so far this year, particularly on the back of our partnership with Direct Golf UK.”
Points are automatically collated whenever a registered credit or debit card is used with a participating retailer, and members can earn points by shopping with more than 230 online retailers and 3,000 high street outlets.
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