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Tee Time Management eLearning course

11.22am 29th April 2016 - Management Topics

TeeTimeManagementimagePromote Training have launched the latest in their growing catalogue of online courses entitled “Tee Time Management”.

This innovative new course starts with a look at the advantages and disadvantages of a tee booking policy and suggests ways in which a club, even without one, can implement a check-in system to identify peak and off-peak demand and tackle inefficiency.

It continues by looking at the foundations of an effective tee booking policy, including:

  • Tee time intervals
  • Advanced booking windows
  • Cancellation policies
  • Online tee reservation systems
  • Tee booking malpractice

The main part of the training experience looks at strategies that can be undertaken by any club to increase course utilisation and efficiency, without impacting on pace-of-play. As any golf course will experience periods of peak demand, it’s equally applicable to both private-member clubs and proprietary clubs, a point Matthew Orwin, Co-Founder of Promote Training, is keen to stress, “For any club that has had the complaint from a customer that they couldn’t get the tee time they wanted, this course is a must. It’s packed with strategies and ideas how maximum efficiency can be achieved during these peak-demand times – thereby accommodating as many customers as practically possible.”

The final sections examine the different ‘Key Performance Indicators’ that can be gleaned from a tee sheet and how these can guide both utilisation strategies and promotional planning.

Taking approximately 15 hours to complete, the eLearning format of the course means delegates can undertake the training in the comfort of their own home or workplace, at a pace that suits them.

Golf Business News readers are being given the opportunity to enrol onto the new course, before 30th June 2016, for a 25% introductory rate.

Visit and enter the coupon code ‘GBNTTM’ at the checkout to receive the discount.

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