Finding the perfect swing buddy can be a tricky affair. Maybe you’ve recently relocated to the Greater Philadelphia area and are without a strong golf network. Maybe you’re visiting The City of Brotherly Love and want to keep up with your practice, but you’re not a fan of swinging solo. Maybe you have a crummy, cry baby of a partner that you’d like to break up with or take a break from. Maybe you have a golf partner that constantly cancels on you or a partner that has moved on. Whatever the case, you’re without a solid partner a crime, settling instead for swinging solo and, as a result, skimping out on your game.
Where do you link up with a new golf partner? But not just any partner…
Where do you link up with an awesome, well-matched, and reliable partner – a partner that you know has the wherewithal to follow through?
Sure, you can hit up your local golf course solo, attempting to strike up awkward conversation with fellow golfers with hopes that a partnership will come to fruition in due course. That’s the loosey-goosey approach. Sure, you might get lucky with it. But why push your luck? Why not take a more strategic, sure thing, and simple approach to finding a golf partner?
That’s where Time to Play Golf – your golf partner finder solution – comes into play.
It works like the social media sites you’re already using, but lets you find local golfing partners, follow golf courses to keep up with what’s new and noteworthy, and even create golf events. No need to play solo anymore.
How does it work?
- It’s easy. Sign up. Fill out all of your relevant information – your “Locker” or golfer profile – including age, skill level, network, contact information, etc.
- Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to get even more connected!
- Invite your friends. You can import your contacts from Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn to spread the word and expand your network.
- Explore. Check out members in your network for potential golf partners. Research local golf courses, events, and businesses. Join groups you’d like to connect with. Create groups or events. You are in the driver’s seat here.
There you have it: A no-muss-no-fuss approach. It’s never been so simple to find a golf buddy!