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Booking tee times online...

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What websites do you guys and gals use?  I just use Golf Now pretty much...  any other good ones?

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I used to only use click4teetimes but sometimes i would use golfnow and eventually i got to 10 round booked at golf now and i gotta say that no booking fee is a plus so i pretty much only use golf now now a days

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ezlinks.com has some good discount tee times as well.

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I appreciate you asking this b/c was about to post the same question but then saw this one.  One question I have is what fees come with using GolfNow and how many rounds do you have to book to avoid them?

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I usually use GN but more often than not I check the course's site to view available times and plan what would be a good time to walk on. The best thing about GN is the discounts. Though my experience is the busier courses aren't using GN these days. Some of the cheap tee times I've booked on GN have been pretty bad, poor course condition etc.

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Originally Posted by bubbyande

I appreciate you asking this b/c was about to post the same question but then saw this one.  One question I have is what fees come with using GolfNow and how many rounds do you have to book to avoid them?

like 2 dollars per person but once you book 10 times I believe your a "frequent member" and dont have to pay anymore. Mine were gone real quick. Ill also play a 15 dollar course after 4 pretty often and at least once a weekend

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This is slightly related to the topic. For my SIR Branch, I created a website to let our members signup online for scheduled tournaments. The Tournament Coordinator enters the course and start time into my website. Members sign themselves up, creating their own foursomes and selecting the tee time they prefer. Members are very pleased with this self-serve signup and the Tournament Coordinator is happy because it eliminates the emails and spreadsheet work.

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