I have been in the golf marketing business for over twenty years now. Back then, most golf courses didn’t even have a fax machine, much less internet connectivity. All business was conducted over the phone, as it was with so many travel and service businesses. But then more and more reservation business, such as airline tickets, hotel bookings and restaurant reservations, began to take place over the world wide web, but still golf courses persisted in staying low tech. It’s understandable really. The golfer calling by phone to book a tee time wanted to ask about the course conditioning and what the weather was going to be like.
But, finally with easy access to weather online and course’s updating their maintenance schedules and course conditions on their web sites, golfers have finally embraced Online Tee Times.
These online tee sheets are directly tied to the course’s inventory, so you know exactly when you’ll play immediately. Plus, this is where you can find the individual golf course’s best rates and special offers.
Many of the Let’s Golf® destinations offer the convenience of online tee times. We’ve collected them all in one place for even more ease of booking. But it’s up to you to decide where you want to stay and play…
Will it be a Gulf Shores Golf Package? Or a West Virginia All Inclusive Resort? Or Florida to play on a PGA golf tournament site? Or Tennessee’s Golf Capital? Having trouble deciding between the championship golf courses, Cajun cuisine and casino resorts of Southwest Louisiana or the laid back Grand Strand golf locale (also called Myrtle Beach golf lite) of Brunswick Islands of North Carolina, with it’s Calabash seafood, beachfront hotels and challenging golf courses? That’s a tough one. But don’t forget to consider the great value of a Kentucky State Park golf resort or South Carolina’s inland golf capital of Santee. And there’s more casino action all around Mississippi, with the links in Tunica and the historic golf in Biloxi calling your name. Or you may have both Alabama’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail and Harbourtown at Sea Pines in South Carolina’s Lowcountry on your golf getaway bucket list, but you can only visit one at a time. But that’s not a problem, the other locale’s will all be waiting when you get to them.