The Lung Golf Card
About The Lung Golf Card
The “Lung Golf Card” was a golf discount card whose official name was Golf Privilege Card and benefited the American Lung Association.
Based on our research, the Golf Privilege Card has stopped operations and is no longer availabe in the US.
It offered discounted rounds of at golf courses in a booklet that cost roughly $70 with 78% of the proceeds going to programs and services, research, advocacy, and public health education related to lung cancer, lung disease, and lung cancer research. 22% went back into building operational capacity.
History of the Lung Golf Card
We’ve scoured the internet to find information on the Lung Golf Card but are coming up short.
What we do know is that under previous ownership of The Links Card, we were a partner that helped sell and distribute their booklet sometime between 2010-2019, but current ownership doesn’t know the history nor the relationship between the two.
However, the American Lung Association seems to have shut down operations of the Golf Lung Card.
We reached out many different branches of the American Lung Assocation in 2021 and can’t seem to find anyone that has knowledge of the card and many of the links found online are now dead websites.
Most of the articles we find are from 2008-2015.
Lung Golf Card States Affected by Closure
The seeming shut down of the lung looks to affect every state in the US where courses participated.
There’s no parent website and nothing referring to a single states’ existence. Based on search data, we’re confident that the following states no longer have an operational from the :
- Lung Golf Card Vermont
- Lung Golf Card Florida
- Lung Golf Card Indiana
- Lung Golf Card Georgia
- Lung Golf Card Maine
- Lung Golf Card Alabama
- Lung Golf Card Tennessee
- Lung Golf Card North Carolina
- Lung Golf Card South Carolina
- Lung Golf Card Kentucky
- Lung Golf Card West Virginia
Alternatives to The Lung Golf Card
You might be looking for an alternative for the Lung in your state.
There are a few companies that operate multi-state cards, The being one of them.
There are also plenty of card companies that operate on a more local basis. Our advice is to review the restrictions, limits, and how the deals given benefit the courses.
Have more info on The Lung Golf Card?
If you know more than we do, or see a mistake, we’d love to hear from you!
Send us an email at [email protected]
Were you a golf course listed with the Golf Lung Card?
You can still gain marketing benefits of participating in a similar program with The Links Card!
Search for your course here: thelinkscard.com/course-search