POUND RIDGE, N.Y. – There’s snow on the ground and temperatures are hovering near freezing, but golf lovers are chomping at the bit to get back out on the links at the Pound Ridge Golf Club as soon as the first signs of spring arrive.
Officials at the Pound Ridge Golf Club – the only Pete Dye-designed course in New York – has announced its 2013 individual and corporate season plans, which are alternatives to the long-term commitment of a membership. There are no food and beverage minimums or other fees, and rounds are debited from the plan holder’s account.
“Our annual golf plans are a great option for area golfers who want to play frequently on a world-class public course designed to the highest private club standard,” said Pound Ridge Golf Club owner Ken Wang. “Pound Ridge’s close proximity to New York as well as the financial hub of southern Connecticut helps to provide business professionals with an unforgettable experience for [entertaining clients].”
Plan holders have full use of the driving range and short game area after 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday and receive a 2013 GHIN (Golf Handicap and Information Network) handicap, Wang said. Starting at $3,000 annually, the account can pay for the holders' golf as well as for guests playing in their group.
Corporate plans, at $16,000, offer the flexibility of listing any number of representatives on the account. A free foursome voucher comes with the plan, along with an assortment of other benefits.
Since opening in 2008, the Pound Ridge Golf Club has earned world-class accolades from Golf Digest , GOLF Magazine , Golfweek , AskMen.com and LINKS Magazine .
For more information, visit the website or call 914-764-5771.
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