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Tee Time With Qantas



Qantas Frequent Flyers will soon be able to earn Qantas Points on the golf course when Qantas Golf Club tees off this summer. Qantas Golf Club is a new online community that provides the ability to earn Qantas Points for playing golf, the ability to book tee times online, exclusive invitations to attend golf events and tournaments, and access to travel packages to visit some of the world's best courses.

All Qantas Frequent Flyer members can join, with a choice of a basic, free membership or premium membership that includes the ability to obtain an official Golf Australia handicap.

CEO Qantas Loyalty Lesley Grant said with golf being a favorite pastime among many of the program's 10 million members, the program was expected to be a popular new way to earn points.
“Many of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program's over 10 million members have indicated that they are keen golfers. Qantas Golf Club gives Qantas Frequent Flyers the opportunity to join this one club but access many courses, as well as a range of other golfing activities.”

Australian golf legend and Qantas Ambassador Greg Norman has also endorsed the new program.
"Qantas Golf Club is an incredible value-add to the frequent flyer program. It will provide the ability to play a diverse and varying network of courses which is a fantastic opportunity for all golf fans."

To celebrate the new Qantas Golf Club, Qantas Frequent Flyers who register their interest at qantasgolfclub.com.au and sign up for a premium membership at launch, will receive 5,000 bonus Qantas Points.

Separately, Qantas Frequent Flyer members have the option to be part of the annual Qantas Golf Challenge. This year's event will see members take part in a four-ball team challenge in Queenstown from November 23-27. Qantas Frequent Flyers will have the chance to play three rounds on two of New Zealand's best courses, Millbrook (pictured) and Jack's Point. www.qantas.com.au






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