Save Money When You Golf In The Southern Tier
So what do St. Patrick’s Day, golf and saving money have in common?? Green. For St. Patrick’s Day, we look for our Pot o Gold and golfers are looking for our Pot o Golf….Great news, I’ve found it. It’s the Clubhouse Card. You’re gonna golf, so why not save some green while playing on the green.
You can get free green fees to 21 of the area’s best courses. We’ll take a look at all of them in the next couple of weeks. It also includes 2 passes to the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open (1 for any one day Tuesday through Thursday and one for the final round on Sunday.)
Also buckets of balls from Legends Year Round Golf Center and Greater Golf Training Center and Pro Shop.
En-Joie Golf Club: That’s where the Dick’s Sporting Goods Open will be played this year. Also on Friday night, August 15th after play is done, Zac Brown Band will be performing. Get your tickets at any Dick’s Sporting Goods Stores beginning at 10am on March 22nd or go here. En-Joie “Play Where the Pros Play,”
Belden Hill Golf Club: Owner Dave Warpus keeps improving the course every year. This upcoming season he’s adding new golf carts and improved cart paths. I also like the addition of the flag pole on top of the Hill, it helps your aim on the blind 7th. If you like a course that will test your “reading of the greens,” then this is the course for that.
Apalachin Golf Course: Originally a 9 hole course, it was changed several years to the 18-hole “Apalachin” course. I’ve talked to parents, who’ve got memberships for their kids because it was a great place to have them learn. From beginner to expert and it’s beautiful scenery, it has something for everyone to enjoy.
This also gives you a chance to golf somewhere that you might not have golfed before. Go here to get your card and I hope to see you on the course.