Aaron Murdoch

Enjoy a Mystery Shop on the Golf Course

According to Wikipedia, the countries with the most amount of golf courses from highest to lowest are as follows: Scotland, New Zealand, Australia, Ireland, Canada, Wales, United States, Sweden, and England. However, the United States is the only country to send an astronaut to the moon who was actually able to drive a golf ball over 200 yards.

 

If you are a passionate golfer who loves to play this sport, today’s mystery shopping assignment is right up your fairway. Enjoy a day on a beautiful golf course playing 18 holes and evaluate the pro-shop, driving range, pro-shop, beverage cart, and food location. According to the post on Mystery Shop Forum, “You must have your own golf clubs and have golfed three times in the past year…Your evaluation form will be due within 24 hours of your assigned date and time.”

 

Payment for this golf mystery shop is $45 and shoppers will be reimbursed for range balls, cart fees, and green fees. Plus, golfers will enjoy up to $5 for a beverage, $10 for lunch, and $20 for any item purchased in the pro-shop. The post also states that if you refer one of your golfing buddies to successfully participate in this shop, you will get a $15 referral bonus just for being a good friend. That’s what I’m talking about!

 

These golf mystery shops are currently available in the following states including, Connecticut, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina, New York, New Jersey, Florida, Illinois, Arizona, California, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Washington, Ohio and West Virginia. For more information about these highly profitable and fun golf mystery shops, click here.

 

 

 

Your Comments:

  1. Harold Kider says:

    I have been a avid golfer for over 50 years. I would like the opportunity to work for you in observing various aspects of the golf courses in Florida. I am flexible for any assignments available.

  2. BEVERLY SMITH says:

    i WOULD LIKE TO LEARN TO PLAY GOLF

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