FALL MATCH PLAY CHAMPIONSHIP

Don’t miss this great event and win cash! We have a men’s and women’s division, and the flights will be divided by ability.

18 Hole Stroke Play to determine flight will be on Sunday, September 16, 2018 at 1:00 PM.

The weekly 18 hole matches begin on Monday, September 17, 2018.

$30 for Members  |  $75 for Guests

(includes all Greens Fees! 36 Holes Guaranteed!)

CASH PRIZES

Flight Champions $250 cash

Second Place $150 cash

(based on full flight of 16 players)

There’s something for everyone and every age at Glenkerry. Join us for these Summer Specials while they last! See you on the course!

Weekend Midday Special

Saturday and Sunday between 1 – 3 PM, $100 per foursome for 18 Holes with Cart. Regularly $156!

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Senior Special

$26 for 18 Holes with cart, lunch, and a beer! Monday-Friday before 2 PM. Seniors are 60 years and up!

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Kids play FREE*

Monday-Friday anytime, Saturday and Sunday after 2 PM! *One child plays FREE with one paid adult.

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Fantastic Fridays

Fridays after 5 Pm, 9 Holes with cart for $15!

 

GLOW BALL AT GLENKERRY

Friday, August 17

5:30 PM Registration | 6:30 PM Start

$55 Per Person | $35 for Members

4 Person Scramble

Our Glow Ball is an 18 hole event. You’ll play 9 holes in the evening and 9 holes after dark. The evening includes premium glow ball, special event holes, prizes for the winning team (and some special additional prizes!), heavy appetizers, optional skins games, and more!

2018 GLENKERRY CUP PAR 3 CHALLENGE

Saturday, September 22, 2018

10:00 AM Check-In & Warm up  |  11 AM Tee Off

$55 Entry   |  $30 for Members

Medal Play

The event includes special event holes, prize money for 1st place plus draw(s), hot dog at the turn, and skins games (optional).

Questions?  Call 616-225-4653.

GLOW BALL AT GLENKERRY

Friday, July 13

6 PM Registration | 7 PM Start

$55 Per Person | $35 for Members

4 Person Scramble

Our Glow Ball is an 18 hole event. You’ll play 9 holes in the evening and 9 holes after dark. The evening includes premium glow ball, special event holes, prizes for the winning team (and some special additional prizes!), heavy appetizers, optional skins games, and more!

We have another glow ball event this summer!

August 17: 5:30 PM Registration | 6:30 PM Start

Glenkerry Cup

2018 GLENKERRY CUP TEXAS 6 PERSON SHOOTOUT

Sunday, July 15, 2018

11:00 AM Check-In & Warm up  |  Noon Tee Off

$55 Entry   |  $30 for Members

Tees will be moved back and pins will be tough! The event includes free warm up and range balls, special event holes, prize money for 1st place plus draws, optional skins game and more!

Questions?  Call 616-225-4653.

Wishing you and your family a happy and safe Independence Day

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Don’t Forget about $25 ALL DAY

Play as much golf as you want tomorrow, July 4th for just $25! Can’t beat a day on the golf course!

$25 ALL DAY

Play as much golf as you want on July 4th for just $25!

Can’t beat a day on the golf course!

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. – In an ironic twist Sunday, the last man to win consecutive U.S. Opens was tasked with chronicling Brooks Koepka’s final round at Shinnecock Hills.

Carrying a microphone for Fox Sports, Curtis Strange kept his composure as the on-course reporter. He didn’t cough in Koepka’s downswing. Didn’t step on his ball in the fescue. Didn’t talk too loudly while Koepka lined up a putt.

Instead, Strange stood off to the side, clipboard covering his mouth, and watched in awe as Koepka stamped himself as the best U.S. Open player of this next generation.

And so after Koepka became the first player in 29 years to take consecutive Opens, Strange found himself fourth in the greeting line near the 18th green. He was behind Koepka’s playing competitor, Dustin Johnson. And he was behind Koepka’s father, Bob. And he was behind Koepka’s caddie, Ricky Elliott.

But there Strange was, standing on a sandy path leading to the clubhouse, ready to formally welcome Koepka into one of the most exclusive clubs in golf.

“Hell of a job, bud,” Strange barked in his ear, above the din. “Incredible.”

That Koepka prevailed on two wildly different layouts, and in totally different conditions, was even more satisfying.

Erin Hills, in Middle of Nowhere, Wis., was unlike any U.S. Open venue in recent memory. The wide-open fairways were lined with thick, deep fescue, but heavy rain early in the week and the absence of any significant wind turned golf’s toughest test into the Greater Milwaukee Open. Koepka bashed his way to a record-tying score (16 under par) and over the past year has never felt fully appreciated, in large part because of the weirdness of the USGA setup.

Source: Golf Channel

GIVE DAD THE GIFT OF GOLF
We know that gifts can be hard, but we’re hoping to make this year’s gift giving easy! Our specials are available for purchase now through Father’s Day!

10 Round Pass
Buy 10 Rounds at a discounted rate of only $275! Rounds valid for the 2018 Golf Season. *Rounds not valid for league, tournament, or outing play.


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$100 Gift Card for $80
That’s right, we’re giving you $20 for FREE! Buy now, save money, and play more golf! *Two card purchase limit per person