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POLL: Do you book tee times online?

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  1. 1. How do you book your tee times?

    • Online
    • By Phone

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Golf Now barely has any courses in our area surprisingly. They seem to be the same couple tracks so it's not looking too great.

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Let's see, I can go to a website, enter my zip code to find courses near me, find the course I want to play, look through all the available tee times, then login or create an account, enter my credit card information, and most likely wait on a confirmation email...... Or I could call the course, tell them my name, and when I want to play. Call me old school but I always use the phone, ordering a pizza, booking a tee time, communicating with family, I'm a phone guy.
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I voted online because when I do schedule tee times that's how I do it.

I play the local municipal course which doesn't require tee times during the weekdays. The only time I play other courses is if I have found a somewhat comparable price at another course on Golf Now. Seeing as I play as many holes as my legs will carry me for at the muni for $12, I don't play elsewhere very often. Every now and then some $15 deals will pop up at courses that are usually $25-30. Riding a cart and playing a nicer course is worth it sometimes over getting to play 27 or 36 holes. Also if I am playing with someone I usually let them pick the course and the tee time. I've yet to find anyone willing to go on my 5 1/2 hour 36 hole excursions with me.

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