Celebrating Father’s Day, GolfNow Offers Opportunity to Make All Dads a VIP and a Chance at a Trip of a Lifetime to Golf’s Home
(ORLANDO, Fla.) – The next extraordinary golf experience offered by GolfNow includes a 2018 trip to the home of golf – Scotland – tickets to the 147th playing of The Open and a round of golf with Dylan Dreyer, weather anchor of NBC’s Weekend TODAY.
The GolfNow VIP Golf Trip Sweepstakes begins June 6, and offers the grand-prize winner and a guest a five-day trip to Scotland in July 2018 (including airfare, accommodations and rental car), golf with Dreyer, and two tickets to The Open, scheduled to take place at historic Carnoustie Golf Links. Enter by visiting GolfNow VIP Golf Trip.
The winner also will receive a complimentary one-year GolfNow VIP membership, which offers golfers exclusive advantages – including waived convenience fees – when booking rounds of golf, while saving them money and providing other benefits unmatched in the industry:
· 25% more GolfNow Rewards points on every round booked – points that can be credited toward future rounds booked (in other words, golfers can earn free golf faster).
· “Worry-Free Tee Times,” the ability to modify or cancel a reservation at any time, up to an hour before the reservation time, with no penalty.
· Toll-free VIP support line for information or to book a tee time.
· Opportunities to receive other perks and surprises throughout the year, such as extra rewards points or gifts of golf equipment, apparel and accessories.
As a special bonus, all entries will receive a special Father’s Day offer of a free round of golf by enrolling in GolfNow’s VIP program.
In addition to being the weather anchor of Weekend TODAY and regular co-host of TODAY, Dreyer also is a golfing enthusiast and has played on some of the world’s most iconic courses.
The Open, the oldest of the men’s four major championships, will be contested in 2018 (July 19-22) on The Championship Course at Carnoustie Golf Links, where golf has been played for more than four centuries. Carnoustie has hosted The Open eight times, first in 1931 and, most recently in 2007, which was highlighted by the playoff duel between Sergio Garcia and eventual “Champion Golfer of the Year” Padraig Harrington. The 2017 Open will take place at Royal Birkdale on the northwest coast of England, July 20-23, where the “Champion Golfer of the Year” will take home the Claret Jug, one of the oldest trophies in all of sport. Golf Channel and NBC has exclusive television coverage of The Open through 2028.