What has got to be the largest single challenge facing non-professional golfers anywhere these days is finding the time to play. This has been made even more difficult by the fact that many of these golfers are very busy business executives who seemingly hardly have a moment to spare.
To make matters worse, when somebody does get a moment to spare, finding a course close to where they happen to be at that moment is no easy task. It usually involves the time-consuming task of making a few calls to a couple of nearby golf clubs.
It was precisely to address these kinds of problems that sites like TeeTimeWatch.com have emerged in recent times.
All one needs to do is simply go to the site, decide how far they are willing to travel to reach the course and then find one that is available. What is more, you can also book the tee time online at the same site once you have your decision. It can all be done with a few clicks even as you are in the midst of your spreadsheets.
And incase you have to cancel at the last minute, which is bound to happen fairly often to a business executive these days, then all you need to do is follow the cancellation policy which is usually set by the individual course concerned. Again this can be done entirely online. A far cry from the old days when a cancellation would mean you having to place a frantic call or two.
The impact and convenience of such web sites to numerous golfers has been phenomenal. There is no doubt that it has allowed many busy executives to squeeze in plenty of golf into their hectic travel schedules. And if the saying, "all work and no play makes jack a dull boy" is accurate, then the site can even make a claim to contributing to sharper and more alert business executives on the job, all round. About the Author