The Highlands Golf Course, part of the Meadows Country Club, will hold its grand reopening July 5-7.
The course recently underwent a complete restoration of its greens. The course offers a unique blend of old-Florida style golfing mixed with modern technology. The Highlands Golf Course is the only local semi-private course in the area with GPS equipped golf carts, providing a 3D image of the hole that displays hazards and yardage information.
“W are incredibly excited about this event and can’t wait to show golfers the results of the complete overhaul of our greens,” says Doug Domino, General Manager of the Meadows.
During the grand reopening, afternoon tee times, including carts, will start at $15 and morning tee times will be $25. Dollar hotdogs, dollar draft beers and free soft drinks also will be available.
In addition, there will be contests and drawings every hour from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. for prizes, including a summer golf membership to the Meadows Country Club. Guests also can enter to win a X-Hot Callaway Driver.
The Highlands Golf Course is a par 72 semi-private championship course. For more information call 371-0982.
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