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New Zealand Golf Magazine 1 Year Subscription

New Zealand Golf Magazine 1 Year Subscription

New Zealand Golf Magazine 1 Year Subscription

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New Zealand Golf Club Members who subscribe to NZ Golf Magazine through the Pro Shop will receive a 15% discount off the regular price of $99 for a year's subscription (11 issues monthly).  Great savings and a great magazine so put this into your shopping cart.

New Zealand Golf members price: $84.00 (including post & packaging)
Normal retail price: $99.00 (including post & packaging)

New Zealand Golf Magazine is the country’s No. 1 Golf Monthly packed with world and national golf stories written by leading journalists and golfers such as Craig Perks. The tuition pages are written by ALL real NZ PGA professionals and are all structured to lower your scores. The finer things in life such as wine, travel and cruising are also included inside each months exciting issue.
 
NB:  This offer is available for NEW subscribers only 
 
All issues may or may not come as print or digital, this is at the discretion of the publisher and may or may not be communicated depending on the type of trial design and objectives being undertaken at the time.

 

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