10 free points (worth £35.00) at Playmore.golf on signup
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10 free points (worth £35.00) at Playmore.golf on signup

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Posted 15th Sep
Standard year subscription is £350 for 100 points, which are used to buy rounds of golf (e.g. last night I played 9-holes for 2 points). It's essentially a cheaper and more flexible membership for those who cannot commit or get value from a full club membership. Happy to explain how it all works to anyone.

This code gives 10x free additional points when signing up. These will be additional 'home' points which you can use at your nominated home club.

This code cannot be used in conjunction with other codes. However, it can be used on top of any referral bonus you may have.

I have no affiliation to playmore.golf other than that I am a member. New members using this code provides no benefit to myself.
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Interesting concept. Not seen before. The biggest drawback I can see over golf now type green fees is having to play the same course week after week? Isn't £350 pa roughly what I'd pay for an off peak membership from a club direct?
barnehurst15/09/2020 13:35

Interesting concept. Not seen before. The biggest drawback I can see over …Interesting concept. Not seen before. The biggest drawback I can see over golf now type green fees is having to play the same course week after week? Isn't £350 pa roughly what I'd pay for an off peak membership from a club direct?


A lot of clubs are pushing it now.

For my club it's £150 less than the off-peak membership, and it does allow you to play peak when you want to. You can also get a handicap and take part in club comps.

My local clubs aren't on GolfNow, so can't compare price per round. Though doubt it's cheaper.

You also get 20 Flexi points (you can buy more) which you can use at any other club on the scheme.
Edited by: "asc1991" 15th Sep
I've gone from a full membership to playmore golf and it's been a great decision so far. Paying a full membership you're tied to your club and I did get bored of playing the same course to justify the £1200 expense. Playmore golf has allowed me to still play at my club but also lots of others in my area that are on it. As you have to choose a home club you can gain a full handicap by handing in your cards assuming they're signed by your playing partner who has a handicap.

If your a golfer looking to get back into it or can't play often enough to justify £1k + full membership, I'd highly recommend this.
barnehurst15/09/2020 13:35

Interesting concept. Not seen before. The biggest drawback I can see over …Interesting concept. Not seen before. The biggest drawback I can see over golf now type green fees is having to play the same course week after week? Isn't £350 pa roughly what I'd pay for an off peak membership from a club direct?


My club doesn’t have off peak membership so it was 1200 or pmgolf. Without pmgolf I wouldn’t have got back into golf. Every club should be looking at offering pmgolf imo. As for playing the same club ? That’s what you do with a full membership but in pmgolf you get 20 flexi points to use on any courses that are on pmgolf.
asc199115/09/2020 14:04

A lot of clubs are pushing it now.For my club it's £150 less than the …A lot of clubs are pushing it now.For my club it's £150 less than the off-peak membership, and it does allow you to play peak when you want to. You can also get a handicap and take part in club comps.My local clubs aren't on GolfNow, so can't compare price per round. Though doubt it's cheaper.You also get 20 Flexi points (you can buy more) which you can use at any other club on the scheme.


Interesting. I guess with green fees now averaging £20 a round on golfnow compared to £12-£15 pre lockdown it might be something to try
barnehurst15/09/2020 21:00

Interesting. I guess with green fees now averaging £20 a round on golfnow …Interesting. I guess with green fees now averaging £20 a round on golfnow compared to £12-£15 pre lockdown it might be something to try


Let me know if you do, some extra points to be had.
Good deal and I like the concept, just wish they had some courses near me.
If I buy a membership, are there any discounts for playing partner? I tend to play rounds with a number of different playing partners
barnehurst16/09/2020 15:17

If I buy a membership, are there any discounts for playing partner? I tend …If I buy a membership, are there any discounts for playing partner? I tend to play rounds with a number of different playing partners


If you invite a non-member they can play for 2x the points rate that you do. E.g. your round is 2x points, their costs 4x points, so it costs you 6x points. Up to you to get money/pints back from your mate.

An individual club may likely offer discounted cash prices for guests of members. I suggest they'd prefer it as it get's them more money. So I'd ask you local club.
asc9116/09/2020 16:03

If you invite a non-member they can play for 2x the points rate that you …If you invite a non-member they can play for 2x the points rate that you do. E.g. your round is 2x points, their costs 4x points, so it costs you 6x points. Up to you to get money/pints back from your mate.An individual club may likely offer discounted cash prices for guests of members. I suggest they'd prefer it as it get's them more money. So I'd ask you local club.


That's not the case when I've booked guests on. Always been the same no. of points as mine cost.
rupe3016/09/2020 20:49

That's not the case when I've booked guests on. Always been the same no. …That's not the case when I've booked guests on. Always been the same no. of points as mine cost.


That's probably the club doing that. The official line is it's 2x points cost.

I normally phone up to book and the club never bother registering the points, so most rounds end up free.
asc9116/09/2020 23:21

That's probably the club doing that. The official line is it's 2x points …That's probably the club doing that. The official line is it's 2x points cost.I normally phone up to book and the club never bother registering the points, so most rounds end up free.


That's interesting guys. Cheers for the information. I might do this next year when my work ends
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