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Membership at Emerald Links gets players golf on three courses

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A 2014 Emerald Links Golf and Country Club membership is one of those friends with benefits kind of deals.

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“Our members also receive playing privileges as a bonus at our two sister courses – Anderson Links and Cloverdale Links,” said Lynn Zeppieri, director of operations at Emerald Links. “And there’s no initiation fee or minimum monthly food and beverage fee.”

Here are the membership choices:

  • Full Playing Adult Single - $2,600
  • Five Day - (Monday to Friday excluding Holidays), Adult Single $2,050
  • Juniors - (under 19) With full playing related family member $375
  • Junior Independent - Option 1, $499
  • Junior Independent - Option 2, $299 and $5 a game

“Our full playing adults can book tee-times for any time at Anderson and Cloverdale, while our five-day members are able to schedule rounds at the two courses from Monday to Friday,” said Zeppieri.

Emerald Links is a bent grass track that rolls through mature woods dotted by lakes and ponds. Water comes into play on 16 of the 27 holes and there are more than 75 bunkers lining the fairways or on the borders of the greens.

Complementing the lush layout is a classic colonial-style brick clubhouse in which players can relax while enjoying food from the extensive menu that is served with a side of friendly service in the licensed Bunker Restaurant.

The 27-hole, full-service facility is located just south of the capital at 6357 Emerald Links Dr. in Greely.

For more membership details, e-mail or call 613.822.6353.


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