HAVE YOUR SAY AND WIN GREAT PRIZES!

by | Jul 20, 2015

AN OPPORTUNITY TO HAVE YOUR SAY AND WIN GREAT PRIZES UP TO THE VALUE OF R45 000!

To start the survey, please click on the following link:

http://www.surveysoftware.net/HOstrf/ALBATROSS.htm

Curiosity Matters, a market research company, is currently working with the Central Gauteng Golf Union and its Clubs and Partner organisations to understand the Golfer’s perception of the game of golf in Central Gauteng, in order to improve your experience of the game.  Whether you are an avid golfer, a beginner, someone who plays occasionally, or no longer plays, your feedback is valuable.

You are being asked to participate in an online survey of about 10 minutes to assist us.  Your feedback will be treated confidentially, in accordance with the ESOMAR Code of Conduct.  Results are analysed in total and none of your identifying information will be provided to the client.

To thank you for your time, at the end of the survey you will be asked to enter your contact details, should you wish to be eligible for one of our prizes.  Your details will remain confidential and will be discarded once the winners have been announced.  The following great prizes are up for grabs:

From SA Golf and Leisure (2 prizes):

  • For four persons sharing, 2 overnights on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis, plus green fees for one round of golf for 4 players at Prince’s Grant Coastal Golf Estate.
  • Green fees for one four-ball, including 2 carts at Royal Johannesburg and Kensington Golf Club.
  • Prizes redeemable from SA Golf and Leisure vacations, who will assist with the reservation. Vouchers redeemable before 31 October, 2015. The reservation is subject to availability. The voucher cannot be transferred to another, nor is it redeemable in cash. All extras, including cart hire are for the client account.

From Pro Shop (3 prizes):

  • A free Masterfitting to the value of R600, and clubs to the value of R7 500.
  • 2 free one year memberships to either the Momentum World of Golf, or Momentum Golf Villages valued at R5000 each.

From Randpark Golf Course:

  • One night’s complimentary stay for two at the Fairway Hotel, Spa & Golf Resort, including breakfast. Plus two Free Rounds of Golf on the new Firethorn Course at Randpark Club and to top it all, Sunday lunch at Randpark Club.

Bryanston Country Club (2 prizes):

  • A complimentary four-ball including halfway house meal valued at R1800.
  • Sunday Buffet Lunch voucher for 6 people valued at R810

Houghton Golf Club:

  • Complimentary green fees for one four-ball, including 2 carts and the halfway house.

 Dainfern Golf Club:

  • Complimentary green fees for one four-ball, including 2 carts.

We sincerely appreciate your input into this study.  If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me on .

To start the survey, please click on the following link:

http://www.surveysoftware.net/HOstrf/ALBATROSS.htm

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