How It Works
Three Easy Steps for Reserving your Tee Time
Step 1. Find a Golf Course
On the home page, the red flags on the U.S. map represent the cities where you want to play. There is also a pull-down of the various cities on each page. Click on the flag and you will be taken to a page listing some of the best golf courses in the area. Click on the golf course name to find out more about the course. There will be a listing of the other area courses in the left column if you want to do some easy comparisons.
Step 2. Request a Tee Time
To reserve a tee time, click the red “Request a Tee Time” box. Complete the request form and click Send. You may make any special requests in the “Additional Instructions” box toward the bottom of the Tee Time Request form. Our agents will check the availability of tee times at the course you select. We will send an email to you with the closest tee time available and the greens fee* for that time. Due to technological limitations, not all courses allow after-hours tee sheet access. If no information is available, our agents will check in the morning and send an email to you.
Step 3. Reserve Your Tee Time
We will send you an email that has a link for you to review the tee time and rate. To reserve your tee time click “Reserve this Tee Time” and complete the reservation form. You will receive a confirmation upon completion of the transaction.
With each completed tee time, you will accumulate points. Your points can be used toward free golf, equipment and merchandise. In addition, you will receive a voucher for a FREE Lob Wedge with your paid green fee.
* - Green fee usually includes golf cart. Range balls are sometimes included with greens fee.
ABOUT GOLF GUYS
We’ve traveled a lot and found a real void of information about golf courses in the cities where we traveled. Sometimes we just wanted something close and convenient to our hotel or business office because we had limited time to play. Other times, we were looking for a really nice course that was unique to the area, or something different from the courses we play at home. There were other times when we had some time to kill before catching a flight out of town and wanted to squeeze in a round on the way to the airport.
Most of the time, the golf courses we were referred to were the closest golf courses, regardless of what we were really looking for. Or, we got no information at all. The closest, as most of you know, was not always a good option. Either it was not maintained well, had rude staff, hadn’t been watered in a week or any number of other issues. Other times, the course might be fine. Either way, it was always a crap shoot and we never really knew what to expect.
As a result, we created a service to help reduce the gamble that we experienced. Our objective is to find a broad sampling of golf courses in major business and vacation destination cities, put together information about those courses, and provide the system for golfers to make quick and easy reservations.