Norco, CA, September 18, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but apparently, there is such a thing as a free round of golf, at least at one Riverside golf club. The award-winning Hidden Valley Golf Course near the Riverside and Orange County golf communities is offering members a free round of golf as a birthday gift.
Of course, there are some stipulations. The offer can only be redeemed during the week before or after the player’s special day, and the player must be accompanied by at least two other paying golfers. Players must also register for the course’s e-Club at the Hidden Valley Golf Club to be eligible for the promotion.
This special offer is just another way the Riverside golf club owner and operator Jay Miller is hoping to attract more Riverside and Orange County golf enthusiasts to his course which was recently named the 2011 National Golf Course of the Year by the National Golf Course Owners Association (NGCOA) as well as the Public Golf Course of the Year by the California Golf Course Owners Association (CGCOA).
This birthday offer is also reflective of the kind of manager and person the Riverside golf club owner is. To him, customer appreciation is a top priority, and he genuinely enjoys getting to know the Riverside and Orange County golf players who frequent his course. Jay is often seen on the course talking to players about how their game went and telling jokes. Admittedly, playing golf and being around other golf players are two of his favorite things.
Birthday boys (and girls) can expect their experience at Hidden Valley Golf Club to be not only free, but challenging and enjoyable as well. The newly renovated course was designed by Casey O’ Callaghan and is intended to offer golfers of all ability levels a pleasurable golfing experience. The course consists of a variety of different holes—six of them easy, six of them moderately challenging, and six of them what the Riverside golf club owner calls “tougher than Chinese arithmetic.”
Jay thinks that Riverside and Orange County golf fans shouldn’t have to sacrifice their favorite leisure activity just because of the grim economic climate or a tight budget. That’s why he offers promotions like this one as well as a variety of other discounts and special offers. For example, the Riverside golf club has recently lowered its food and beverage costs and offers $10 weekend clinics for beginning golfers looking to improve their skills.
For more information about this exclusive promotional offer and to sign up for a free round of birthday golf, interested golf players can visit http://www.hiddenvalleygolf.com/new_account/and register their information on the Riverside golf club’s web site.