Frequently asked questions
What happens when you reserve
- Your booking request is sent directly to the golf course(s).
- You should get confirmation within 1 hour (max 24 hours).
- If the tee time you requested is available, we will book it for you. Should the tee time be - unavailable, we will contact you with alternative tee times.
- Once your tee time has been confirmed, we will send you the voucher/s.
- All you need to do is to print it out and show it to the caddy master.
- Rates are for 18 holes unless shown otherwise.
- The currency you purchase the tee times in will be determined by the currency of that country, ie Euros in Europe, Rand in South Africa etc.
- Kindly note that the conversions shown on the site are only a guide, the money will be deducted from your credit card in the currency of that country.
- Prices shown on our website include all credit card charges, booking fees and taxes, there are no hidden extras.
- Whilst we make every effort to ensure our prices are correct, we reserve the right to alter prices on the site, for instance if the a 'holiday' shown for a certain country is not shown clearly we will have the right to charge the higher weekend rates applicable, or if some restrictions to special offers are not clear we will have the right to inform you of these once you have requested your tee times and before confirmation.
- International Rules of etiquette must be observed.
- Players should try and check in at the reception at least half an hour before their starting time.
- Soft Spikes should be considered compulsory at all courses.We recommend that you wear golf shirts with collars when you go to the course.
PGA and junior players
- It is at the discretion of each club whether or not they will allow Professionals to have courtesy at their course.
- Usually, if a Professional brings 3 playing partners or more they should get courtesy, but this will depend on the season playing and of the particular course.
- We would suggest therefore that you check with us before making your booking to see what the policy is for each course. Professionals will have to ensure they show their PGA cards at the reception when checking in.
- As courses are getting busier, courses in an effort to stop slow play are asking visitors to show a handicap certificate at the reception at check in. We recommend that you take a handicap certificate with you or you may be refused entry to the course. We cannot be held responsible in these circumstances for you not being able to play the course and the courses will not give you any refunds. If you would like to obtain a handicap certificate we have teamed up with a partner xxxxxxxx who will be able to help you with this.