Doral Golf Resort & Spa Rolls Out Brand New Golf Professional Commissioning Program

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As golf season approaches, Doral Golf Resort & Spa, A Marriott Resort has rolled out their new Golf Professional Commissioning Program to much anticipation.

As golf season approaches, Doral Golf Resort & Spa, A Marriott Resort has rolled out their new Golf Professional Commissioning Program to much anticipation.

With this program, golf pros are eligible to be rewarded with a percentage of commission when they bring their club members to Doral Florida golf resort to stay and play. The bigger the group, the more rewards await these golf professionals and their accompanying groups.

Groups of one to nine golfers will receive a 5% commission on base package room revenue when reservations are booked through the hotel's reservations team. Golfing groups of ten or more will receive the 5% commission on base package room revenue or the commission total can be taken off the group's final bill. Group packages of ten or more should be booked through Kim Elder in the Golf Sales Office and secured with a golf package agreement. Groups of over ten players are also eligible for one complimentary hospitality parlor*, and an Event Manager and Golf Tournament Coordinator will be assigned to the group. Additional services and upgrades are also available including dinner in Windows on the Green, lunch in Champion's Grill & Bar, retail amenities, spa services and transportation.

If the golf pro is joining the group, they are able to opt out of the commissioning program, and thus request a special rate for their Miami hotel package. The pro will also be offered the corporate room rate and complimentary golf, while breakfast and any upgrades to the package will be offered at an additional charge.*

With five championship golf courses on site, Doral Golf Resort & Spa does not disappoint in terms of world-class greens. The prestigious Blue Monster golf course has been host of the PGA Tour for over 40 years, while the other four courses, The Great White, Gold Course, Red and Silver all boast distinctive playing opportunities.

Complete with heated, outdoor Blue Lagoon Pool and a heated indoor pool, this luxurious hotel in Miami is not only known for great golf, but for their soothing Miami spa as well. The Spa at Doral not only houses every offering from body wraps and massages to foot baths and facials, they also have a plunge pool, a lap pool and a full-sized spa pool on-site.

Discover a great golf getaway of perfectly manicured emerald greens alongside refreshing blue at Doral Golf Resort & Spa.

About Doral Golf Resort & Spa, A Marriott Resort
Discover a beautiful Miami, Florida golf and spa resort designed to provide an oasis of serenity at Doral Miami Golf Resort & Spa. Positioned on 650 tropical acres, this delightful Miami, Florida golf resort and spa is often referred to as the Kingdom of Golf, challenging players of all skill levels on five championship 18-hole courses. Experience the prestigious Blue Monster Course, host of the PGA Tour for over forty years. A modern selection of treatments inspired by European design welcomes you at Doral s revitalizing Miami, Florida spa resort, which boasts classic Italian villa charm as well as 48 directly connected luxury suites. Dive into a world of fun at the Blue Lagoon, presenting family-friendly Miami resort recreation complete with cascading waterfalls and a 150 foot waterslide. Five delectable restaurants, unsurpassed Miami spa resort accommodations, and over 90,000 square feet of innovative meeting and event space combine to create a legendary Doral Miami Golf Resort & Spa experience. For more information or to make a reservation, call 305-592-2000 or visit http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/miadl-doral-golf-resort-and-spa-a-marriott-resort/.
*Complimentary hospitality parlor will be offered if available.
**All golf professionals qualifying for the commissioning program will need to fill out and submit a W9 form requesting the 5% commission.

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