I would look at your competitors price points for starters. You probably don`t want to be significantly above them unless you truly offer a unique solution. Then work it backwards to give each his fair cut of the pie including distributors and retailers.
MNGrillGuy1/10/2008 12:14 PM
Neat site. I`ve always wanted to go to Thailand. Never crossed my mind that it would be a golf destination. I`m probably not alone. I`m an avid golfer and would love to sneak a round or two in on a trip, but probably would be there for other reasons (beaches, food). So, for me, the site would be more useful coming at me from that direction. Ask me where I`ll be visiting and offer up courses in that area. Make it simple. Don`t overwhelm me. Rate the courses by $ symbols or stars to give me an idea of how they stack up with each other. I`ll want to play only the best. Show the location on a map in the city I`m visiting. Oh, and post rates in USD as well. Also, I`m concerned about the language barrier, make my feel ok about that.
My guess is that 99% of Thailand tourists are not there on a golf trip but a great many of them would love to sneak a round of golf in. I`d go after that market as well as the destinationers. Just my 2 cents.