Tips To Book Discount Tee Times-ricky lee neely

Golf It is easier to find discount tee times than one may imagine. Earlier, it was a .mon notion that cheap tee times mean playing during the hottest part of the summer, ending up at bad golf courses, or teeing off only on a particular day of the week. This may be the case of yesteryears but now golfers can tee off at some of the finest private and public golf courses of the country at low rates. The cost of playing public golf courses is usually lower and some of them provide special discounts to the senior citizens. However, the condition of the public golf courses is not always guaranteed. The greens may not be well manicured and most of the time there will be no instructor to guide you throughout the game. This is one of the reasons behind the popularity of the country clubs, which offer top-notch golf courses and professional golfers to teach the proper moves. Better yet, some of these country clubs are now offering fees that are a pittance. The last dip in the economy was a big blow for the private golf courses and country clubs. Many called off their luxury services while others filed for bankruptcy. Members are constantly dropping out and there are only few prospective members; they too are far between. As a result, the country clubs are looking for new ideas to bring in more money. One way to increase revenue is to convert the unused tee times into critical revenue. And since there is a great deal of rivalry for your golfing money, the private golf clubs are offering special discounts on these unused tee times. However, a question may arise here that why these private golf courses (which usually boast of exclusivity) would open their facilities to non-members. The answer is added revenue not only from unused tee times but also from food and pro shop sales. In addition, it provides an opportunity to promote membership opportunities to serious golfers. Information about such tee times are usually displayed at the golf course. Some golf clubs also post information about unused tee times on the golf .working sites. So being a member of a golf-.working site will also help to get discount tee times. But it must include a huge .work of golf courses from all across the country. These sites usually offer both free and paid membership. Free members need to pay a surcharge every time they book a tee time, while the paid members can book tee times by just paying the green fees. At times, these golf-.working sites provide additional offers exclusively for their members; e.g., Boxgroove members can take advantage of the great fall promotion offered by the Little Turtle Golf Club located in Westerville, Ohio. Members can play at this Pete Dye designed golf course by paying just $30, Tuesdays-Thursdays for the rest of the season. Similarly, several other golf courses are offering such season-end promotions throughout the fall season. So look out for such special offers and play the best greens in United States at discounted rates. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: