Last-minute Myrtle Beach golfers can save money with new TeeUpTomorrow.com membership
This golf travel blog is always a friend to those who can help save money on green fees, and I’ve been made abreast of a new online, last-minute tee times program that could do just that for Myrtle Beach golfers.
Those who live around Myrtle Beach or will be visiting the area for golf should look into joining the new program that will help you save cash on tee times, that is if you’ll be forgoing the popular Myrtle Beach golf package in favor a last-minute approach. This website can save some serious coin as long as you can have a little flexibility with which course you are willing to book.
Here’s the skinny: members who join TeeUpTomorrow.com by paying a $39 yearly membership fee will have access to last-minute tee times at a discount to be decided by each golf course, but can only book 48 hours in advance or less. Just about every worthy Myrtle Beach golf course is participating in some way, though some properties offer bigger discounts than others.
One $39 yearlong membership to the network is good enough to book a foursome of golf at a time for that listed rate. So at $39, you’d make your money back instantly by booking one round of golf for four at a course offering $10 off the public rack rate to TeeUpTomorrow.com members. Have 16 golfers in your group? Then you need four memberships to cover everyone, and so on.
How much discount you score on a golf course depends on the availability of each course’s tee sheet and fluctuates.
A glimpse at the network today shows almost %50 off TPC Myrtle Beach, one of my personal Top 5 courses in the Grand Strand. Willbrook Plantation (a Top 10 course personally) is $30 off per person. Each of the Barefoot Resort courses are $34 off the rack rate of $126 as well.
Other courses only offer a members rate of a few bucks less. We can assume these courses have a full tee sheet and don’t need to unload any times, but the average savings appear to be about $20 a golfer.
You can sign up at TeeUpTomorrow.com or if you’re in Myrtle Beach, visit a PGA Tour Superstore location.
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