What you need to know about the new Harvard courses in the United States
A group of online golf courses in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania have begun offering online courses at a price that could be as high as $9,995 per hour.
The new sites offer a range of courses ranging from courses for private events, golf outings and private lessons to courses with courses for the weekend.
It also includes courses at Harvard University and for players at other universities and colleges.
Golf courses at Harford, Massachusetts, are now open to the public at $4,995 an hour.
Golf courses at Saratoga, Pennsylvania, are also open to customers for $4 per hour, and golf courses at Princeton, New Jersey, are open to students for $3 an hour, the New York Times reported.
Online courses at the University of Connecticut, at least eight courses will be available in September, with the first available for players starting Friday.
The courses will start at $2,500, and the prices will be $3,000 per hour with no pre-requisites, the Times reported, citing a person familiar with the matter.
The courses offer a variety of courses from $1,000 to $6,000, depending on the level of the student, and students can get a discount on courses at schools like Harvard, Penn State and Yale, the newspaper reported.
The Harvard courses are not available to students at the university’s main campus, though the courses are open at several smaller campuses in the area.
The price is expected to be in the range of $8,000-10,000 a week for students and $14,000 for players, the school said in a statement.
The university has been offering free online courses since the fall of 2018.
The price for the Saratogian courses has not yet been announced.
A Harvard spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The Princeton courses have not been announced, but are expected to open in October, the Daily News reported.
Students and members of the public can also sign up for a course at the Yale course, and an online registration for the Princeton courses is also open, the news service reported.