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Hunter Ranch Golf Course Introduces a new way to play 

Golf tournamentGolfers short on time can now pay by the hole

Hunter Ranch Golf Course in Paso Robles recently introduces a new way to play the game: Now, golfers can play and pay for just the number of holes they play, using the app.

“The number one complaint of golfers is they don’t have time to play as much golf as they’d like,” says Hunter Ranch General Manager John Carson. “We want golfers to play when they can, as much as they can, even if it is not 18 or even 9 holes.

“The web app tells golfers when we have available, and all they have to do is show up and play a few holes. They are charged only for the holes they play, all done through the app just like Uber or Lyft. It is very cool and convenient.”

Go to to learn more and register – it is free. When opened, will display whether is open for play right now. Check in at the golf shop, show them the web app on your smartphone, and go out and play as many holes as you can, or want.

“We’ll make available at different times, depending on our regular tee time patterns,” Carson says. “It could be the last couple of hours of the day, or during the lunch period, or first thing in the morning. The web app will tell you when you can come out and play a few holes. It’s that easy – it’s a new way to play. Every golfer is invited to come out and try it.”

About Hunter Ranch Golf Course

Designed by Mike McGinnis and the late Ken Hunter Jr., the 18-hole public course features rolling hills, century-old oaks and stunning views of the neighboring vineyards and ranches that define Central California. The restaurant, the Grill at Hunter Ranch, offers breakfast, lunch and daily happy hour and an Sunday brunch. To learn more, visit or call (805) 237-7444.

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