Digital Golf Pass Discounts Golf Across Minnesota
An all-digital solution to an age-old problem -- how to play golf at the best courses in the state, at the lowest possible price – is launching operations throughout Minnesota this month.
That solution, the Digital Golf Pass, allows players to redeem tee times at courses throughout the region at vastly reduced pricing — via their smart phones. More than 50 courses offering more than 200 deals are expected to participate in the program this season.
The pass costs $39.95. As of March 1, forty-four golf courses were offering 60 deals on the site. Select courses in Wisconsin and South Dakota will also participate on the Minnesota platform.
DGP offers discounts on weekday and weekend green fees, free green fees, reduced cart fees, and specials for foursomes, seniors and driving-range usage.
The Digital Golf Pass (DGP) is an alternative to paper passbooks that have long proved popular but remain limited in scope. However new the DGP, its pedigree is as seasoned as the Tee Time Golf Pass, which has been crafting deals for golfers for 20 years and counting.
Tee Time, the nation’s largest paper passbook purveyor, is a key investor in the DGP. Indeed, all of the deals in Tee Time’s paper passbook (in other regions) are moving onto the new platform, with more courses and deals loading daily.
The DGP debuted last summer in Pennsylvania, Maryland, Kentucky, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, New York, New Jersey, Virginia, West Virginia, Louisiana and Mississippi, and attracted more than 3,000 subscribers.
DGP is currently building additional networks in North and South Carolina, as well as Texas.
Posted March 5, 2016 || Viewed 1,069 times