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Fall Back and Play Fast

It’s a tough time of the year to be a golfer.

The season is winding down as the days get shorter and the weather gets cooler. Add in the fact that this weekend daylight savings time kicks in, meaning we lose a precious hour of potential golf time by falling back, and it gets even worse for golfers hoping to stretch their golf season a bit farther.

Fear not, golfer friends. Golfnow and its Play Fast program make it easy for you to book an early tee time and hit the links. You might even have a little time afterwards to cross off a few things from your to-do list.

With the USGA’s focus on improving pace of play, as well as GolfNow’s focus on delivering you tee times available courses you can play quickly, golf won’t have to wait. Here’s a look at the top courses around the country available through GolfNow’s Play Fast platform, allowing you to get out early so you can focus the rest of your day on family, friends and more.


Southern Pines Golf Club is a classic Donald Ross design in the heart of the Sandhills. Photo by Golf

Aviara Golf Club (Carlsbad, Calif.) – The top-ranked resort course in the San Diego area, Aviara is a terrific 7,000-plus yard Arnold Palmer design. With terrific views, this shotmakers paradise is the perfect course to begin your day.

Ledges Golf Club (South Hadley, Mass.) – If you’re looking for views and a quick round, you’ve come to the right place. With quirky — and driveable and reachable — par 4s and 5s, the Ledges is a quick play that doesn’t skimp on the views, conditions and quality.

Barefoot Resort – The Dye Course (Myrtle Beach, S.C.) – The best course in the golf mecca that is Myrtle Beach, The Dye Course should be on your bucket list. With terrific conditions and a difficult layout, the Dye will get your weekend off on the right foot!

Southern Pines Golf Club (Southern Pines, N.C.) – You don’t have to wait for a tee time to open up at nearby Pinehurst Resort. You can play a Donald Ross original in the heart of the North Carolina Sandhills very easily.


Featured image of Barefoot Resort courtesy of TripAdvisor.

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