Save money and book tee times on some of the country's best golf courses on GolfNow.com
One of the things I’ve been noticing as I travel across the country is the amount of people I play with who booked their rounds through GolfNow.com. Once they start doing it, they remain very loyal, because they have the potential to save quite a bit of money.
But if you’re thinking it’s just “bargain” courses, think again. In the latest Golf Digest rankings of America’s top 100 courses, 28 of them are bookable on GolfNow. We’re talking courses like the Stadium Players Course at TPC Sawgrass (No. 9), Princeville Golf Club in Hawaii (No. 25), and Chambers Bay in Washington, which will host the 2015 U.S. Open.
The list also includes some my personal favorites, like Edgewood-Tahoe on Lake Tahoe (65), Forest Dunes in Northern Michigan (20), the Kaluhyat Course at Turning Stone Resort in upstate New York (84) and Camp Creek Golf Club in Panama City, Fla.
I have, in fact, played about half the GolfNow.com courses on the list and can tell you that there’s not a slouch among them.
Now you might not be able to play them for dirt cheap, but in some cases, it’s simply worth the access. Sawgrass isn’t always the easiest course to get a tee time with, for example. In short, if you haven’t been using GolfNow.com, you’ve been missing out, in more ways than one.
You can check out the full list of bookable top-100 courses here.
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