How to solve your summer holiday with the QHotels Masters Challenge?

By: November 5, 2020

We are thinking of many things these days but not really about our next golf holiday in 2021. Or would it still be worth it?

I am expecting that after the COVID-19 there will be a huge demand in the hospitality industry for:

  • Sober food & drink & travel;
  • Wellness will be more important than health: managing stress and mental health are their most important health and wellness concerns.
  • Mental health – to recover from confinement feelings caused by the quarantine.

Wellness is the new way to entertain and celebrate ourselves.

The Boomers are the most affected by the coronavirus. They are also the richest and biggest aging generation the world has ever seen. Many marketers ignore them. The golf industry cannot afford this luxury!

Oulton Hall Q Hotels Masters Challenge

I thought to share all this with you because I have just heard of an interesting and surprising promotion of QHotels.

QHotels Masters Challenge

QHotels UK’s largest golf resort operator is offering one lucky person the chance to take 15 of their golfing friends on a 2-night golf holiday to one of its 7 award-winning venues in England and Scotland, simply by predicting the TOP 3 at Augusta in the correct order.

To be taken next summer, ‘QHotels Masters Challenge’ prize includes

  • 3 rounds of golf per person,
  • as well as bed-and-breakfast accommodation and
  • dinner each night.

Richard Moore, group chief executive of the QHotels Group, said: 

“People have had to put up with a lot this year and this is an opportunity to put the smile back on their faces and get involved in the most iconic tournament in world golf.

There’s nothing quite like The Masters to get the pulses racing, especially going into the last nine holes on the final day. This year’s tournament looks wide open and it will be fascinating to see how it unfolds.”

Slaley Hall 9th Hunting QHotels Masters Challenge

Entries for the ‘The QHotels Masters Challenge’ close at midday on Thursday, November 12. Any submissions after that will not be entered.