Golf analyst David Feherty launches's unmissable campaign 'Golf for Life'

Professional golfer turned NBC golf analyst David Feherty is offering golfers across the UK and Ireland a chance to win the prize of their dreams… free golf for life, courtesy of

The Northern Ireland-born Feherty launched the new ‘Golf for Life’ campaign which, from now until midnight on August 30, 2016, offers visitors to the website a chance to win a free fourball every month for the next 30 years., which is owned by the Golf Channel, is the UK’s most popular and longest established tee time service, with more than 200,000 golfers using the service to book over 600,000 rounds of golf last year.

Now the company is set to open up a world of golf for one lucky golfer and their mates, with a unique prize worth almost £60,000 (based on 12 rounds per year for 30 years with a maximum value of £160 per month) to be enjoyed at a choice of over 2,000 courses in the UK and Ireland.

“We are delighted to launch our national ‘Golf for Life’ sweepstakes this month on and,” said Brian Smith, Vice President of International Sales for parent company GolfNow.

David Feherty

Feherty looking rather dapper

“I’d like to wish all golfers who enter this very special competition the best of luck in their efforts to win what really is the prize of a lifetime – and also remind them to tell their golf buddies. If you don’t win, someone on your fourball might!” concluded Mr. Smith.

Speaking on the prospect of free golf for life, David Feherty quipped: “Apparently, some people think golf for life is a good thing. I’d be hoping to be eligible for parole at some stage but, hey, to each his own. Seriously though, this is a fantastic prize and I’m sure that one lucky winner is going to be absolutely delighted to win it.”

The ‘Free Golf for Life’ competition is available to enter at and and golf fans can enter every day between now and the end of August to improve their chances of winning.

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Both and GolfNow are part of the BRS Golf group, with offices in Belfast and employing more than 70 staff in Northern Ireland.

BRS Golf was founded in 1995 by golf fanatics and IT experts Brian and Rory Smith, and was acquired by GolfNow in June 2013.

Headquartered in Orlando, USA, GolfNow operates in more than 16 countries and provides tee-time access to more than 9,000 courses for more than 3.5 million registered users worldwide.

GolfNow purchased and formed a strategic alliance with twelve months ago.

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