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Gulf Shores Golf Association Launches New Tee Time Reservation System

Destination Partners Introduce Booking through Facebook and Mobile Devices

Gulf Shores Golf Association - a collection of nine popular, acclaimed courses located within 45 minutes of each other on Alabama's Gulf Coast - has introduced a new Facebook tee time booking app.

The app can be found at the Golf Gulf Shores Facebook page and allows golfers to select tee dates, times and price range. Tee times can also be made on the Golf Gulf Shores website, which features an updated, easily accessible interface, and on the mobile website version at, which features clickable sections for Play, Stay, Dine, Maps, Custom Quote and E-newsletter Signup.

In addition, the nine destination partner courses now offer a mobile-enabled booking system from their individual websites.

"With spring season less than a month away, we're excited to make it easier for guests to book tee times," said Gulf Shores Golf Association Executive Director Duncan Millar. "Our user-friendly website ( also quickly produces customized quotes based on a group's preference in accommodations, rounds and access to the many after-golf events and activities in the area."

Below is a sampling of "starting-at" spring season, stay-and-play rates, good through May 19, 2013. Prices include taxes and fees and are based on four nights and three rounds of golf at three pre-determined courses. An Unlimited Golf option is available with any package for a fee:

Two-Bedroom Golf Villa
Rate: $76.77 per person, per night for golf and room
Description: Quad occupancy in a two-bedroom golf villa with one king bed, two twin beds and a sleeper sofa.

Two-Bedroom Gulf Front Condominium
Rate: $96.15 per person, per night for golf and room
Description: Quad occupancy in a two-bedroom gulf front condominium with one king bed, two twin beds and a sleeper sofa.

Three-Bedroom Gulf Front Condominium- Turquoise Place
Rate: $150.13 per person, per night for golf and room
Description: Quad occupancy in a three-bedroom gulf front condominium with two king beds, two twin beds and a sleeper sofa.

For more information, or to sign up for a free subscription to the Golf Gulf Shores monthly newsletter, call 1.888.815.1902, or visit

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About Golf Gulf Shores

Golf Gulf Shores is the moniker for the Gulf Shores Golf Association, the partnership that promotes the destination and its custom golf packages built by its partners, for golf groups, families and corporate outings. The destination features nine golf courses, countless lodging options and a wealth of outdoor activity on its 32-mile waterfront destination.

Course highlights:

Cotton Creek at Craft Farms - Arnold Palmer Signature Design with generous fairways lined by Southern Hardwoods, undulating greens and a championship test from 7,028 yards, and owned and operated by Honours Golf.

Cypress Bend at Craft Farms - The sister Honours Golf property to Cotton Creek, the Arnold Palmer Signature Design meanders through cord-grass accented lakes which come into play on nearly every hole.

Glenlakes Golf Club - Scottish-style links course designed by Von Hagge and known for its extensive bunkering and postage-stamp greens.

Kiva Dunes - A "Top 100 Course in America" by Golf Digest, the Jerry Pate design is the only beachfront resort course in Gulf Shores. Golfweek ranked Kiva Dunes the No. 1 public-access course in Alabama in 2012.

Lost Key - The stunning course, redesigned by the Arnold Palmer Design Group in 2006, rewards accuracy off the tee and with approaches as it winds through woods and wetlands. It also boasts a new state-of-the-art clubhouse.

Peninsula Golf and Racquet Club - Owned and operated by Honours Golf, the 27-hole facility offers chilled apples on the tee. The 830-acre park includes 30 lakes and fairways surrounded by Bon Secour Wildlife Preserve.

Rock Creek Golf Club - Also owned by Honours Golf and boasting rolling terrain and fairways lined by pines, the Earl Stone design overlooks freshwater wetlands and the Rock Creek basin.

TimberCreek Golf Club - This 27-hole design was crafted by Earl Stone and feels like an inland Carolina course with fairways lined by loblolly pines, dogwoods and magnolias.

Gulf Shores Golf Club - Formerly known as The Golf Club of the Wharf, this was the Gulf Shores' first course. Opened it 1960, it was redesigned by Jay and Carter Morrish in 2005.

For more information:, 888-815-1902.

Gary Trask
Buffalo Communications

Dan Shepherd
Buffalo Communications


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Posted February 21, 2013 || Viewed 2,499 times

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