Discover and Experience New Courses with Golfshake
Thousands of golfers take advantage of the popular Golfshake Score Tracker to record their rounds and stats on the Website or Apps, while others track their Handicaps and manage Societies. Many look to improve their games through the assistance of the comprehensive Tuition Section, but there is also an incredibly rich resource for those looking to discover and experience new golf courses.
If you're hoping to play somewhere different anywhere in the UK, check out the Golfshake UK Golf Guide, where courses are divided into specific regions and boast thousands of independent reviews left by regular golfers. These have been broken down further into the Golfshake Top 100s, based across areas and price, where you can idenfity courses that have been Highly Recommended by normal golfers.
There are engaging methods of discovering new courses on Golfshake, including the Interactive Map, in which you can see the courses over a particularly area, and see them through a range of critieras, including price, number of holes, and facilities. If you wish to go a step further and compare tee times and green fees across your local region or further afield, the Golfshake Live Tee Time Search is a useful tool.
Elsewhere on the Golfshake Course Section, there is a detailed range of Features and Reviews from Staff and Ambassadors, not to mention dozens of Best of and Travel Guides that provide insightful information on specific resorts and destinations. For those hoping to book a quick break in the UK or abroad, the recently introduced Golfshake Travel Section offers great-value deals to an ever-changing range of venues across Europe. #GolfshakeTop10
The Golfshake Community is a great place to record and improve your game, but it can also be a handy pathway to ticking off some new courses throughout the year. Ultimately, we want you to Play More & Play Better, and by taking advantage of the depth of facilities and options built into the system, Golfshake can help make this become your Best Golf Year.
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