They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch but the folks behind a new promotion in Orlando beg to differ. If you sign up for their innovative Play Four program, you get $12.50 per person, per day toward food & beverage with every round for every player in your group.
The courses you can select from in this promotion are among the best in the greater Orlando area, including Celebration, Eagle Creek, Mystic Dunes, Orange County National, Orange Lake, MetroWest, and many others.
Upon arrival at each participating course, a $12.50 per person, per course food and beverage credit will be issued. That means that through May 30, 2015, if you play four rounds in four days, you get $50 in credits; play six rounds in six days and it will total $75 in credits. Each $12.50 course credit is valid toward breakfast, lunch? or beer on the food cart if you prefer.
At MetroWest, for example, you can play a classic Robert Trent Jones Sr. design, known for its mature trees, spring-fed lakes, expansive rolling fairways, and elevation changes; and then head into Sundance Tavern, MetroWest’s golf-themed sports bar and grill for a well-deserved beverage and meal, using your credit like cash. At Orange County National, 36 championship holes await—the Crooked Cat and Panther Lake courses—both exquisitely groomed and challenging test of your skills; but win or lose, any round followed by a drink and a meal at Orange 83 Pub & Grill is a success. Eight HD TVs allow you to sit back, relax, and take in a game, again using your credit like cash. A lodge with 50 sleeping rooms is also available here.
Deals such as these await at every one of the 21 courses in the Play Four program. “Everyone loves the added value on this new Play Four program,” says Jeff Hamilton of Golfpac Travel. “We have a wide variety of great courses available at all price points, but when you consider the bonus of a $12.50 per person, per round credit over a four or more day itinerary, ever customer will benefit greatly. Bottom line, we think this new program will be extremely popular with our golfers.”
Who says there’s no such thing as a free lunch? At 21 “Play Four” courses they’re serving them up every day!