Our group plays twice weekly and have used the TeeTime and more recently the VGP books. Without question they are worth it as long as you play at least 5-10 times a year.We have obtained a substantial discount, 30%, and order a combined total of 50+ books a season. Both books offer a broad variety of courses, SE PA, and the discounts to play are similar with only a couple courses not covered by both. The VGP book also offers access to several upscale private courses as a plus.
I was offered Golf Pass online for $99.00. Doses anyone know if it is worth $99?
Probably NOT. Both TeeTime and VGB books retail at $59 and pay for themselves in just a few rounds. Don’t know your area, but applies to PA Del NJ Md
hiI am interested in "the open golf pass" to use in Provence next July.Is it widely accepted on the 11 courses available?Can it be used on weekends?cheers
I have brought and used the Victory Golf pass book for several years. I believe that its one of the better deals out there . You can play some great courses at discounted prices. They also keep adding to the list of courses .( public & private)
I have bought and used the Victory Golf pass for many years, and if you use it, it is great. Good courses, and good deals, but you have got to plan...then use the book.And the 'cause' is wonderful, Krohn Colitis...so get the book, and tee it up...
The best pass I know of is the Dukes Pass at Del Monte in Monterrey.
For an annual cost of $295, you get discounted rates at Del Monte ($45 M-F, $60 w/e, vs. reg. $110), Spanish Bay ($140 v. $260), and Spyglass Hill ($195, v. $360). The kicker is your discount also covers your "guests". If you do the math, you can cover your costs in one round playing 3 outstanding courses.
I've purchased the Hawaii golf pass several times in the past. You must purchase the pass for a particular island and time frame but the cost savings are great. I'd highly recommend that pass to anyone planning to play multiple rounds in Hawaii.
THE GOLF CARD SEEMED TO BE THE BEST BARGAIN UNTIL WE BECAME SENIORS. NOW THAT RATE IS USUALLY AS GOOD AS ANY OTHER DISCOUNT.
The fantasy golf contest was cool ! Please do it again.
I've worked with Andy Barbin since the beginning of his Victory Golf Pass. The deals are very good, top notch courses, including some privates. No question the best of the golf books out there. And best of all, it's a not for profit book. Andy started it to help raise money for the Crohn's Colitis Foundation, with other proceeds benefitting junior golf programs like The First Tee. VGP is a win-win for golfers and charity.