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2016 Fees Renewal
“Following my December update membership renewal letters have been prepared and are either being emailed, posted out or made available for collection for those golfing or using the clubhouse regularly. You can download the Letter and the Fees Information Sheet here if required.
The renewal letter is generic because we have to collect all the relevant information about the new categories and payment methods you may wish to choose. All of the information is detailed on the Information Sheet and I would ask you to read through this carefully to ensure that you select the best option.
We have had to review the charges for lockers, shed storage and charging facilities to allow us to cover costs of providing these facilities as there has been no increase in charges for these factilites for a long time.
What you have to do?
Read through the Fees Information Sheet, select which Category and Payment Method you wish to renew and then complete the section at the bottom of the letter, including all the additonal items where applicable and return to email@example.com, post to the club or deliver to the Bothy.
Founded in 1911, Craigie Hill is a Club steeped in history. Set in beautiful Perthshire, the course is located on the western edge of the historic City of Perth, only 25 minutes (17 miles) from Gleneagles, the venue for the 2014 Ryder Cup.
The 18 hole golf course was designed around the natural contours of the land, and includes some of the most breathtaking scenery of any course in the area. The vista includes the magnificent meandering of the River Tay, spectacular Kinnoull Hill, splendour of "Britain in Bloom" winner Perth City and the snow covered Grampian Mountains, as well as the Crieff Hills. Scenic and challenging, Craigie Hill boasts one of the hardest holes in Britain, the "Spion Kop"....
The town of Perth, home to Famous Grouse Whisky, offers many attractions of its own, including shops and walks within walking distance of the golf course. Pitlochry, Blair Atholl and Dunkeld, with their distilleries, are only a short drive, and further north are the Malt Whisky Trail, the Grampians and the Cairngorm mountains. For further golfing, head east to St. Andrews or Carnoustie, or head back towards Edinburgh for its historic sites and golf courses throughout East Lothian.
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