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Tee Time Deals at The Belfry

12.20am 4th June 2007 - Corporate

The Belfry has launched a new booking facility for golfers wanting to take advantage of more daylight hours and discounted tee times. The resort has recently upgraded its golf booking management system so golfers can now cross check availability and rates to get the best value for money, similar to booking a flight.

The Belfry is the first golf resort to use this new technology from Baron LRMS Ltd of the Clarity Group. The system will allow the resort to control tee times offering more flexibility and competitive rates for golfers. The resort will also be extending its tee times to golfers on all three of its courses, which means golfers can play for longer, including new early morning tee times.

Gary Silcock director of golf at The Belfry said, “This demonstrates how committed we are at The Belfry to remain accessible to all types of golfer and ensure our customers get the most flexible and competitive rates. We are leading the way in revolutionising the way we book tee times and soon we hope to offer a similar service online, so golfers can check and book tee times from their PC.”

Baron LRMS Ltd www.claritycommerce.com
The Belfry www.thebelfry.com

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