Creative thinking behind new Dublin membership offer

​Two Golf Clubs based in North Dublin have come together to create a new innovative golfing experience for their Members.

  • 07 February 2018

Forrest Little Golf Club and Corrstown Golf Club have forged a relationship which they believe is the first of its kind between two Member Owned Golf Clubs in the Dublin region.

This new arrangement allows Club Members to play and enjoy the benefits of Golf Club Membership at the other Club free of charge, even including select competition play.

The primary objective is to reward loyal Members of both Clubs by providing added value to their Membership fees.

Oliver Boyce, Chairman at Corrstown GC, said: “We have been thinking of this concept for a while as part of our strategy to both reward and retain loyal Members by giving them greater value for money.

The city club connection to a country club type of Membership has been done already, we were keen to offer something completely different to our Members.  

“It had to be a top golf course that we linked with, it was fantastic to find a like-minded management team at Forrest Little who embraced the idea”.

Peter Reilly, Chairman of Forrest Little GC, said: “We share the same core values as Corrstown and a key focus for us is adding value to our Membership”.

“The similarity in club profile between our two clubs, and the different course challenges make this partnership not only workable, but also hugely beneficial to our plans for future growth”.

“We see it as a win/win for both clubs, but most importantly a reward for our loyal Members.”

The arrangement is for a trial period of one year initially and is free to existing Members.

PHOTO: Corrstown Golf Club.