As the largest online tee time retailer in the entire world, GolfNow is hands down the best way to book your next round of golf. With over 4,000 golf courses in their system, booking a tee time has never been easier. And although ease of use is important, what keeps me coming back over and over is the unbelievable discounts. Through the GolfNow platform you can book tee times at up to 70% off! Who needs to buy one of those coupon books, with all the fine print and restrictions, when you can get the discounts and the convenience with GolfNow.
We were such big fans of GolfNow, that we've teamed up with them in order to bring this amazing platform to the Eat Sleep Golf network. Through our 'Tee Times' tab at the top of the site, you can access the GolfNow platform, search available tee times, and book your next round with a few clicks of your mouse.
The Daily Tee. Through this new site, they continue to keep followers informed on golf entertainment, news, discounts, promotions and more. I'd encourage any golf enthusiast to check it out. You can also connect with GolfNow on Facebook (www.fb.com/golfnow) and on Twitter (@GolfNow).
More about GolfNow
Founded in 2001, GolfNow.com offers the best in tee times and course selection through easy and convenient booking methods. Using leading edge technology, GolfNow.com allows golfers more ways to stay connected to their favorite courses and tee times through the web, email and iPhone mobile app.
Golfnow.com operates in the US, Canada, Ireland and Scotland, and is partnered with more than 4,000 courses. GolfNow is headquartered in Orlando, FL, part of the NBC Sports family and NBCUniversal. It is the largest online tee time retailer in the World.
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This article was written by Scott Stevens as part of Eat Sleep Golf's 'Golf Channel' series where our focus is on keeping you informed on the latest and greatest solutions, programs and campaigns available through the Golf Channel. Be sure to connect with Eat Sleep Golf (@EatSleepGolf) and the Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) on Twitter and keep the conversation going.