"Get Golfing America" Campaign Encourages Citizens of All Ages to Get on the Green Deep discounts, free rounds offered by 1,300+ golf courses in Northeast, Midwest and Mid-Atlantic
WASHINGTON, July 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- American News Report and Tee Time Golf Pass announce the launch of its "Get Golfing America" campaign to enrich the future of the game by attracting more adults, seniors and kids to over 1,000 participating golf courses throughout the end of 2013.
Through the purchase of a $9.95 (normally $39.95) Get Golfing America Pass, golfers can play at deeply discounted rates and in many cases for free. The average savings is $40, which is enough to cover the cost of golf balls, lunch and drinks after the round.
If you are going to play one round of golf in 2013, why not play for free? Call 888-390-4234 or visit www.GetGolfingAmerica.com to purchase a pass as a gift or for yourself.
Who Should Buy a Get Golfing America Pass?
The Get Golfing America Pass is for anyone who will play as little as one round of golf in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, Sound Carolina, New York, Connecticut, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky or Indiana in 2013.
Reasons to Buy a Get Golfing America Pass:
- A perfect gift for a boss, friend, neighbor or any golfer
- Great way to reduce costs for vacation golf
- Inexpensive employee incentive
- Buddies' golf trips just got a lot cheaper
Tee Time Golf Pass President Jesse Curtis has been working for 20 years to make golf more accessible to more people. "In the early '90s, we saw a need for golfers to venture out and get the opportunity to play golf courses they might not otherwise play due to location or price," said Curtis. "The Tee Time Golf Pass solved this problem, and with the partnership with American News Report, we can enable golfers to play more for even less."
According to Golf Digest, the game of golf has lost nearly 4 million players from 2005 and 2011. One of the main reasons is cost. The Get Golfing America Campaign addresses that problem, and is expected to drive hundreds of thousands of would-be players back on the course.
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SOURCE Tee Time Golf Pass