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We all love the TeeTime book because of how much money it saves us! We use it every week and save over $300 a year.
From day one we are saving money with our Tee Time Golf Pass booklet. We purchase a book each year and play as many courses as possible. Best value in golf!
My small group plays golf twice a week and enjoys the discount when using the TeeTime pass. We also take at least two three-day trips a year and look through the TeeTime book to pick our courses.
Since we couldn't bowl together this year, we bought the Tee Time Golf Pass. We get together once a week and enjoy different courses with great saving and great fun.
New Kensington, Pennsylvania
What IsTeeTime Golf Pass?
1,000,000+ Golfers Served
TeeTime Golf Pass is the membership for golf lovers. We've been in business since 1992 and have saved over 1,000,000+ golfers a ton of money on their green fees over the years.
Members can save up to 50% off their green fees and play as often as they can all year round.
Even More Savings
In addition to amazing offers on green fees, our members also give you access to deals on apparel, balls, clubs and more.
Golf Groups and Community
Many of our members play in groups and we enable them to get out more often to play with their friends and family.
Today TeeTime Golf Pass includes five regional passbooks covering the Mid-Atlantic, Northeast, Midwest, Lower Midwest and Upper Midwest. The program is one of the largest and most successful passbook programs in the country, encompassing nearly 1,000 golf courses in 14 states. And to think it all began over three decades ago with just a few dozen courses in south central Pennsylvania.
In 1992, Jim and Sue Curtis moved from Florida to rural Pennsylvania. At the time, Jim worked as editor of the News-Chronicle in Shippensburg, PA, while Sue was looking for a part-time job. The couple began toying with the idea of starting a golf publication, but were not convinced it would be profitable. That’s when Jim got the idea of adding a discount golf card to the mix to make the project more sustainable. Together they visited courses in the five surrounding counties and signed up 22 courses for what was then known as the Southern Pennsylvania Golf Card.
Five years later, with Sue doing most of the legwork, the program had grown to 100 courses. It became obvious the name of the product needed to be changed when golf pros in the Philadelphia area asked, “Where’s southern Pennsylvania?” TeeTime Golf Pass was born that year.
On a leap of faith, Jim quit his newspaper job and began working full-time for the company. Much of the passbook’s growth and success was predicated on the philosophy of incentivizing golfers to try new courses, allowing TeeTime Golf Pass members the opportunity to save on greens fees at both local and regional courses.
In 2001 TeeTime added a valuable player with the hiring of Bud Key. He had also worked in the newspaper business for more than a decade as a writer and editor with Chesapeake Publishing Corp. Bud had also started a golf publication, Chesapeake GOLFER, which included a golf discount program. A chance meeting at a golf show in Maryland brought the two together, and soon Bud brought in over 150 courses from Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and West Virginia into the TeeTime program. He now serves as Mid-Atlantic Director while handling many of the company’s publishing duties.
By 2005 Sue had scaled back her duties and Jim was beginning to think about retirement. One day he picked up the phone and called his son, Jesse, a structural engineer in Tampa, FL. Wanting to spend more time with his young family, Jesse joined the business and after a few years took the helm as president of TeeTime Golf Pass, Inc. Under Jesse's leadership and with a vision towards expansion, Craig Immel was brought on as the Midwest Director and he built up that region launching the Midwest passbook in 2008, then the Northeast passbook in 2011.
TeeTime Golf Pass could see that everything was moving to the internet and tech enabled devices, so they partnered with Digital Golf Pass in 2015, rolling out their digital version of the legacy passbook.
The Next Stage
TeeTime Golf Pass and Digital Golf Pass were acquired by Kelvin Mangaroo in June 2023. Kelvin is a successful tech entrepreneur, having started and sold a fintech business previously. He has a keen interest in growing tech-enabled businesses and is excited about the future for TeeTime Golf Pass.
We've already started by launching a new website, completely re-building the Digital offering from the ground up to make it easier to use. We'll be rolling out many new features as we continue to make TeeTime Golf Pass the ultimate membership for golf lovers everywhere.
Frequently Asked Questions
Answers to FAQs about TeeTime Golf Pass
Is Digital Golf Pass Now TeeTime Golf Pass?
Yes, Digital Golf Pass has become TeeTime Golf Pass Digital. The two brands have been long time partners and we wanted to simplify our branding under one name and make it easier for you to continue to save and get the best deals in golf. You still enjoy all the benefits, features, and deals you love from Digital Golf Pass, but from January 1, 2024 all new digital golf pass memberships must be purchased on TeeTimeGolfPass.com.
What is TeeTime Golf Pass Super Pass?
Super Pass gives you access to ALL 926 courses and ALL 2,946 deals on TeeTime Golf Pass for one low price.
If you like to travel you can also save up to 50% per round at amazing courses in 14 states including: All states covered: Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia.
You also are first in line and get “dibs” on new deals, offers and discounts as we continually add them during the year including exclusive offers from partner courses.
Like contests and giveaways? Super Pass members get 2x entries into our contests and giveaways. And if you ever need help you also get access to priority support.
Super Pass is also an annual membership with the renewal date 1 year from your purchase date. We’ll email you 2x before the renewal date to make sure you want continue your membership for another year. You can cancel at any time and you’ll be able to manage your membership in your account or simply email us at info (at) teetimegolfpass.com with any questions.
When does TeeTime Golf Pass expire?
All TeeTime Golf Passes are valid a calendar year basis from January 1 to December 31 for the year they are purchased and expire on December 31st each year.
What is the refund policy?
Unused passes purchased directly from TeeTime Golf Pass can be returned within 30 days of purchase for a full refund.
Are carts included on all deals?
All TeeTime Golf Pass deals include a golf cart unless otherwise noted.
Does each person need the TeeTime Golf Pass to receive the discounts offered?
All Free Greens Fees and Promo Round plays and Player’s Fee offers require each individual to have their own pass. 2 for 1 and 4 for 3 offers require one of the golfers in the group to have a passbook unless otherwise stated.
Can TeeTime Golf Passes be shared?
No TeeTime Golf Passes print or digital editions can be shared.
How much will I save as a TeeTime Golf Pass Member?
TeeTime Golf Pass Memberships give you access for deals up to 50% per round on green fees. A membership can pay for itself in as little as 2 plays. How much you save ultimately depends on how much you choose to play. Many of our members save hundreds of dollars every year and have been loyal members for years.