New agreement allows members to play courses across North America
CENTURION CLUB has celebrated its first birthday in style after joining the Troon Privé Privilege Programme, which will allow its members to play a host of courses across North and Central America.
The agreement means members of the Hertfordshire club will be able to play a round at any of the 43 private members clubs located across America, plus others in Panama and the Caribbean, while taking up to three guests with them. They’ll also receive preferred rates of up to 50% at all other Troon Golf clubs.
“We are delighted to announce that Centurion Club has become part of Troon Golf’s Privé Privilege Programme, which means that our members will be able to book tee times at some of the most exclusive clubs in North America,” said Centurion managing director, Scott Evans.
“It represents a great deal for all of our members and it is particularly attractive because under Troon Privé Privilege Programme rules, up to three of their guests can play with them simply by paying the host club’s accompanied rate.”
The 43 clubs members will be able to play include some of North America’s best known courses, including The Boulders in Arizona, Colonial Country Club in Florida, Cimarron Hills Golf and Country Club in Texas, and Westchester Hills Golf Club in New York.
Ian Bullied, director of international sales and marketing for Troon, is pleased Centurion Club has signed on and believes its members will love the benefits it offers.
He added: “We would like to take this opportunity to welcome Centurion Club and its members to the Troon Privé Programme and feel sure that membership will be viewed as a considerable benefit. The club has received rave reviews since it opened last summer and membership of the Troon Privé Privilege Programme will give its members the opportunity to play a wide range of clubs of similar standing on the other side of the Atlantic.”