Fairmont Hotels & Resorts (FHR) has partnered with TaylorMade Golf to provide members of the Fairmont President's Club (FPC), the group's frequent guest programme, with complimentary golf rentals at select Fairmont properties. Now, FPC members only need to pack their golf attire, when travelling on business or leisure.
Beginning this month, all FPC members will be eligible to reserve a complimentary set of TaylorMade golf clubs during their stay at a participating hotel. Members will be able to choose from left and right-handed clubs as well as clubs for women players.
They will receive three FPC-branded MaxFli golf balls to use during their round or even to take home with them. The new member benefit arrived in May this year at 11 select Fairmont city centre properties in the USA and Canada as well a three Fairmont resorts located at golf destinations in Hawaii and Scottsdale.
The new benefit will be expanded in June this year to Fairmont's northern-based US and Canada city centre properties. FPC travellers to Dubai and Bermuda will also be able to experience this latest luxury this summer.
"Golf is a devotee pastime for a high percentage of our frequent guests," stated Jon Mamela, director of relationship marketing at Fairmont. "Partnering with a highly respected brand like TaylorMade to offer complimentary clubs access allows us to further enhance our services and meet the needs of our most loyal clientele."
The clubs are exclusive to FPC members and will be available on a first come first serve basis. Members can reserve a set of clubs up to seven days prior to arrival or during their stay.
Clubs cannot be rented for more than a 24-hour time period, though members can reserve them twice during stays of three days or longer.
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