Earn Marriott Reward Points While Playing Golf

published on October 25, 2010 by .

It will soon be winter and you know what that means – Great Golf! What better way to truly enjoy the ice and snow of winter than to be out of it! Now is the time to plan your winter golf getaway timeshare vacation – with the help of Marriott.

Marriott’s exclusive golfer loyalty program, Marriott’s Golf Links, enables Marriott Rewards® members to earn Marriott Rewards points for golf purchases at participating Marriott Golf Clubs, and redeem points for golf, spa, golf instruction, and more. Marriott Rewards members can earn 10 points for every dollar spent at participating Marriott Golf Clubs. Individuals and groups can earn Marriott Rewards points for rounds of golf and golf retail merchandise purchases.

As a valued Marriott Rewards member you can easily join Marriott Golf Links and begin earning points for golf. You’ll find many of the participating golf clubs located in warm, sunny destinations. Here is a sample:

  1. Grande Pines Golf Club, Orlando, Florida
    Listed as one of Golfweek’s Top 100 America’s Best Resort Courses, this course was designed by renowned golf course architect Steve Smyers in partnership with six-time major champion Nick Faldo. The course is committed to environmental stewardship, and is a member of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses.

    Grande Pines Golf Club is ideally situated right off Orlando’s International Drive, next to Marriott’s Grande Vista Resort, and close to all the exciting attractions, finest restaurants and the Orlando Convention Center.

  2. Desert Springs Golf Club in Palm Desert, California
    Located adjacent to Marriott’s Desert Springs Resort and Spa, here you’ll find two 18-hole championship golf courses, built in a Mediterranean-style, with exceptional views of the Santa Rosa Mountains in the distance. Highly acclaimed architect Ted Robinson, who is called the “King of Waterscapes,” designed both courses.
  3. Wildfire Golf Club, Phoenix, Arizona
    Again, here you have the choice of two 18-hole courses, each designed by great golf legends, Arnold Palmer and Nick Faldo.

    The Palmer Signature Course at Wildfire Golf Club offers scenic and expansive fairways allowing the ball to remain in play even on an “errant shot.” The Faldo Championship Course features generous fairways and large Mini-Verde greens. Surrounding both courses are the majestic McDowell Mountains and century-old saguaro cacti, providing a spectacular setting for golfers.

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