Why Choose Us
International Golf Fee Card was founded in 1994 with the idea of finding a way to help golf clubs and hotels to increase their utilisation during low season and less busy days and at the same time to help golfers to save on the high cost of green fees and on accommodation. International Golf Fee Card is the first and only golf card programme of its type and is the #1 tailor-made card for golf enthusiasts and frequent travellers today.
We built a network of over 2,550 affiliated golf courses and 6,200 hotels and golf resorts in 112 countries worldwide that offer discounts on green fees and accommodation to the Golf Fee Card members. In addition, the Golf Fee Card members enjoy reductions with several other partners, e.g. car rental companies, spas worldwide, golf equipment, ski tickets etc.
After 15 years, our membership exceeds 64,000 golfers. The business partners of Golf Fee Card International are spread around the globe. The International Golf Fee Card is issued in cooperation with the frequent flyer programmes of Lufthansa, Air France, KLM, Emirates, Etihad Airways and Jet Airways and with Audi Italy and Hapimag Switzerland. In addition, the Golf Fee Card is offered with credit card function as a Golf Fee MasterCard in Austria and Germany and Golf Fee Visa Card in Germany and Italy.
International Golf Fee Card has its headquarter in Munich, Germany, where our partner relations, member service and marketing teams are located. In addition, Golf Fee Card has established representations in more than 20 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe and North and South America who provide the golfers in their country with the card.
International Golf Fee Card is a division of Golf Tours St. Andrews GmbH Group, a privately owned company based in Munich, Germany. Golf Tours St. Andrews GmbH also publishes the Golf Fee Card Guide, a directory of all worldwide partners (890 pages, issued completely in English) for MasterCard, Lufthansa Airplus, Audi and Emirates.
Golf Tours St. Andrews GmbH is a member of ASTA, BVGA, IAGCP, IAGTO, GMVD, NGF, PATA, PGA of Germany, UniGolf Group and USGA.