FREE Special Report:
21 Secrets to Playing the
Private Golf Courses of Your Dreams
Dear Fellow Golfer,
Let’s take the next 30 seconds to have a little fun.
On a piece of scrap paper or whatever you have handy, jot down the top-10 private golf courses you’d most like to play.
Go ahead, I’ll wait.
By the way, any course in the world is fair game:
- PGA Tour courses and major championship venues you’ve seen on TV…
- Classic, “bucket-list” courses consistently ranked in the Top-100…
- Even local courses (famous or not) that you’ve driven past a million times, but could only peek at through the bushes.
Ok, have you made your list? Good.
Next question: Why haven’t you played these private courses yet?
Before you answer, let me take two wild guesses.
1) You don’t know any members or “connections” that can get you on
- or -
2) Becoming a member yourself isn’t feasible right now (or maybe ever)
I’ll admit, these would seem to be good reasons.
But after today, they’ll only be excuses.
Because unless the private golf courses you want to play are located at the very small number of “fortress” clubs, the 21 secrets in the FREE report below will show you how to gain access to them.
And no, you don’t need to join as a member to play these courses.
Heck, you usually don’t even need to know a member.
The only things you need are the proven methods described in detail in this free, special report.
What Serious Golfers Know About
Playing Top Private Courses
May I ask you another question?
When was the last time you had the chance to play a great, private golf course?
I bet you remember it well:
The valet removing your clubs from your trunk and parking your car…
The elegance of the wood-paneled locker room…
The near-empty practice range with unlimited practice balls neatly stacked…
The butterflies in your stomach before hitting your first drive (perhaps with a small crowd looking on from the clubhouse or putting green)…
The sheer delight of walking the golf course with a caddy…
The carpet-like fairways and perfectly manicured greens…
Just how good the beer and food tasted back in the clubhouse.
Yes, playing a top private course is a lot like flying first class compared to coach.
And with the FREE special report I’m giving away today, you can relive that experience again and again at top private courses across the country and across the world.
How Will You Look Back on Your Golf “Career?”
Last question, I promise.
Do you keep track of the top-100 golf courses you have played?
I check them off on a little scorecard I keep.
Maybe you do something similar or perhaps you keep mental notes.
Regardless of how we keep track of them, I think the reason why we keep track of them is the same.
First and foremost, playing these courses designed by, played by, and respected by golf’s greats is, in a word, exhilarating. Period. End of sentence.
Second, and I certainly can’t speak for you, but my game isn’t exactly major championship material.
So, when it’s time to go to that great, 19th hole in the sky, all I’ll have are the memories of the places I’ve played.
I hope to look back fondly on a body of “work” that includes many, if not all, of golf’s great shrines. Maybe you feel the same.
While some of these courses, like those at Pebble Beach or Bandon Dunes, are open to the public, the vast majority are private.
Well, that hasn’t stopped me from playing them, and today, I’m going to let you in on my little secret.
Actually, my 21 secrets, each a proven technique for gaining access to top private courses in the United States and around the world.
I’ve been keeping a running list of these priceless nuggets for the last five years, but now, for the first time, I have compiled them into a single, easy-to-read report.
And yes, it’s completely free.
Of course, if you prefer to pay for it, you are more than welcome to purchase the print version on Amazon.com for $27.
But my guess is, you’ll be perfectly happy paying nothing and either reading the digital version online or printing it out at your home or office.
What You’re Probably Wondering Right Now
At this point, I’ll bet you’re asking yourself a couple questions:
Number one, “Who is this guy and how is he qualified to tell me how to gain access to the world’s best private courses?”
My name is Craig Better and I’ve been a golf journalist the past 15 years. Google my name and “golf” and you’ll see examples of the publications I’ve written for, including GOLF Magazine, Travel + Leisure Golf, Zagat’s America’s Top Courses, Golf Business, and more.
The second thing you’re probably wondering is, “Why on earth would someone give away a valuable report like this for free?”
Well, I’m a nice guy, but that’s not the reason.
Frankly, this is my way of proving (rather than just telling you about) the value of our unbiased golf travel reviews and advice.
You see, when I am not giving away free special reports like this, I am publishing other handy tips on Golf Vacation Insider, a free website and email newsletter.
Golf Vacation Insider (a team of golf experts, some with much more private course experience than me) provides useful tips on anything and everything related to golf travel. Gaining access to private courses is just one of the subjects we cover.
So, when you download this free special report, I’ll also begin emailing you our weekly golf travel tips, which include unbiased reviews of the courses and resorts you might be considering right now and special offers on golf packages and gear that are only available to our readers.
If you travel and play golf, I promise you’ll find them worthwhile.
If I’m wrong, you can unsubscribe with one click, but please keep this free, special report as my gift.
What You Will Not Find in This Report
Now, I am never one to over-sell and under-deliver, so let me make a few points abundantly clear about this special report.
First, there are certainly a few more ways for gaining access to private golf courses, but these are our 21 favorite methods that we’ve used and/or have seen used by our close contacts and colleagues.
Second, I’m not claiming I can show you how to play top private golf courses for free (if you find a report like that, please send it my way).
The good news is, playing many of the world’s top private golf courses doesn’t require much more money than what you’d spend at comparable, public layouts.
Third, while these 21 secrets are tried, true, and proven to work, there are limitations as I mentioned earlier.
There are a very small number of “fortress” clubs that are all but impossible to play unless you’re a member or the guest of one.
Having said that, you will be amazed at how many top private golf courses you actually can play using these techniques, even top-100 caliber layouts and those that have hosted golf’s major tournaments.
So, what are you waiting for?
Download your free copy of this free, special report today and start playing the private golf courses of your dreams!
My best regards,
Golf Vacation Insider
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