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Golf Offers a New Way to Book Golf in New England
By Tom Landers | Published  08/3/2011 | Featured Courses | Unrated
Golf Offers a New Way to Book Golf in New England

With summer in full bloom, New England golfers are itching to get out on to the golf course. Stepping up to make their jobs easier is, the Internet’s largest and most comprehensive tee-time booking service which lets golfers book tee times online or through a mobile device 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Whether it’s a round at a favorite course or someplace completely new, more than a million golfers across the United States, Canada – and even across the Atlantic on Ireland’s “Emerald Isle” – have discovered the convenience of’s new, leading-edge technology.

It’s as simple as a click away, or with a new mobile feature for iPhone users that gives golfers access to more than 100,000 tee-times at courses featured on As an added feature, GPS technology allows users to quickly find the courses nearest to them.

Currently, there are dozens of courses in Southern New England using, with some of the more notable layouts including Gillette Ridge Golf Club, Quarry Ridge Golf Club, Country Club of Woodbridge, Brookside Club, The Ranch and Laurel View with other courses expected to join the GolfNow system.

Among more than 3,200 golf courses across the United States currently using GolfNow are many of the country’s elite courses that the pros play, including TPC Sawgrass, PGA West, TPC Scottsdale, Innisbrook Resort, Grand Cypress Resort and Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club. Currently, 12 facilities that host a PGA TOUR or LPGA Tour event in 2011 are available for tee-time bookings on In Ireland, nearly 40 courses are available on, including K Club Palmer and Smurfit Courses – home to the 2006 Ryder Cup – and the Dunlance Links at
Royal Portrush Golf Club, ranked among the top-10 courses in the world.

The New England area has been quick to adopt Golf course owners realize offering such convenience and choice to golfers also helps with the bottom line. New courses are added weekly in the New England area to For exclusive tee-times and information at any one of the courses in the region, visit