Teeofftimes.co.uk is celebrating the beginning of the 2010 World Cup by launching its own '1966' knockout tournament, offering great reductions in green fees at some of the UK's top golf courses.
The online business, powered by Golfbreaks.com, who are predicted to book over 100,000 rounds of golf this year, are offering astronomical deals on some of the UK's finest golf courses, with up to 74% off some standard green fees.
Steve Hemsworth, managing director of Teeofftimes.co.uk, said: "The format will follow that of the World Cup whereby at each stage clubs go through to the next round based on the number of golfers booked - so after the first stage, the 16 best performing clubs will make it through to the second round over the last weekend in June.
"The consumer is the big winner here, the club that has booked the most amount of tee times through the four week campaign continues through to the final."
Hemsworth added: "The £19.66 price point, commemorating the last time England won the World Cup in 1966, represents an eye-catching price for our customers, particularly when you consider many of the participating venues would normally charge £40 for a similar midweek 18-hole round."
Teeofftimes.co.uk was formed in 2007, and currently works with over 450 golf clubs in the UK - with numbers increasing on a daily basis - offering golfers great discounts at fantastic golf courses.
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