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Release of Online Tee Times 4.0 for ClubHouse Online e3


clubsystems group is proud to announce the release of their latest member-facing application, Online Tee Times 4.0, for their ClubHouse Online e3 website solution. Online Tee Times 4.0 allows csg clients to enhance overall performance of their online tee times system while concurrently utilizing new, member-facing features to generate additional revenue and improve the online booking process.

In addition to improved system architecture, which ensures better performance during times of peak system utilization, the enhanced user interface will further decrease the time necessary to create a booking through quicker access to available Tee Times. Members will also revel in the ability to make group bookings for multiple threesomes or foursomes, simultaneously.

For the first time ever, Online Tee Times 4.0 provides clubs with the option to open specific Tee Times to the public, through their ClubHouse Online e3 website. For many clubs, allowing public play is a strategic move to combat decreased revenues which are being felt as a result of the industry wide drop in memberships, while simultaneously affording clubs the opportunity to expose their facility to potential members. clubsystems group is proud that they can now both accommodate and automate this process.

For more information on implementing or upgrading to Online Tee Times 4.0, clubsystems group clients may contact their Account Manager at 800-356-4242 or by email at sales@clubsys.com.

“The release of Online Tee Times 4.0 is a reflection of our ability to forecast and exceed our clients’ needs, as the club business landscape changes,” says Steve Cowan, Vice President of Online Services for clubsystems group.

“We are both eager and proud to grow with our clients, as they grow their revenue this season,” he continued.