CBS PHILLY GOLF CARD
$250 Value – SAVINGS OF $195!!
Limited Supplies Available – Get yours today!
With CBS Philly Golf Card, you’ll be able to play 18 holes at five of the regions finest golf courses at a fraction of the regular price. For just $55 you’ll enjoy a round of golf at some of the top courses in the area. Valued at $250.00, the CBS Philly Golf Card is perfect for any Delaware Valley golfer, so get your card and hit the links all summer long!
- Denomination: $250.00
- Valid for One round of golf (18 Holes) anytime Monday-Thursday. After 1pm on Friday through Sunday at each participating location.
- Tee times should be booked 24 hours in advance
- Golfer must pay for golf cart
- Cannot be combined with any other offer or coupon
- Cannot be used for tournament or league play
- Golfers should identify they are using the CBS Philly Golf Club Card when making the tee time
- Excludes Holidays or special events
Expires in 2016 (5/25/16)
You will complete your purchase on the site of our partner NeoFill.
King’s Grant, a Marlton, New Jersey housing community, is the setting for The Links Golf Club. The golf course was first played in 1976, and has been a private golf course until now! The Links is routed over some 160 acres of very gently Rolling Meadows and woodlands. Oak, maple, sweet gum, and pine are the principal species of trees framing most of the holes. England’s Frederick W. Hawtree designed the eighteen holes. At the Links Club, Hawtree’s practice of letting the site dictate the character of the course can be readily observed. There is nothing forced or artificial about the holes, which is noticeable when traveling from hole to hole. Fairways here tend to be narrow, greens to be thoughtfully bunkered. Power is obviously not a prerequisite, but precision just as obviously is.
Just across the bridge from Atlantic City’s world famous Boardwalk and Casinos is the Links at Brigantine Beach. Built in 1927, ‘The Links’ is unique to the Northeast with its authentic Scottish links design by Wayne Stiles and John Van Kleek. Atlantic City golf history suggests that golfing legends from the 1920s practiced their bump-and-run golf game at Brigantine in the early summer months before sailing for the British Open. If true, Walter Hagen was well prepared for his 1928 and 1929 Championships.
True to its historic Scottish roots, this seaside layout includes breathtaking bay views, native marshes, and gently rolling- nearly- treeless terrain. The greens roll smoothly and are noted as the finest in Southern New Jersey… a bump-and-run strategy is often the best for producing low scores.
Centerton Golf Course is a conveniently located eighteen hole course. We are a mix of tree lined and links style holes. Designer Ed Carmen has created a stunning course that integrates the natural beauty of the land with his own, distinctive style. Centerton is nestled within the peaceful confines of Parvin State Park which is located minutes away from Routes 40 and 55 in southern New Jersey. Advanced players are challenged by strategically placed trees and bunkers, while all players enjoy some of the most enjoyable golf in all of Salem County.
Located in Glenside, PA, this 100+ year old Donald Ross design is a short drive from Philly. Named after the Lulu Temple and started by their families, it is now private and offers member for a day rates to the public. From the longest tees it presents 6,343 yards of golf for a par of 71. The course was designed by Donald J. Ross, ASGCA/(R) Ron Forse and opened in 1912.
Middletown Country Club has been a fixture in Lower Bucks County for over 100 years. Located in beautiful Langhorne, Middletown Country Club’s amenities include a challenging 18-hole golf course, a summer swim club, bar and grill, and banquet facilities. Middletown has a history linked to the game of golf’s past-with names like Ben Hogan, Gary Player, Johnny Miller, and George Fazio all a part of our history. Stroll the same fairways that these legends have graced. Find out why Middletown has been the choice of golfers for over a century. Don’t forget to like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter.