The Tuesday Senior Special is putting a bounce in the steps of the mature crowd at Falcon Ridge Golf Club.
“We’re welcoming senior men and women to book their rounds here on Tuesdays with no time restrictions,” said Steve Spratt, general manager of Falcon Ridge. “The fees are $25 for walkers and $35 (tax included) when a trip in a power cart is purchased.”
Spratt also invites men and women golfers of all ages to check out Falcon Ridge’s leagues, which are conducted on the main course and its sister nine-hole Raceview executive layout.
“Our leagues are always popular,” he said. “The men play on Monday evenings and the ladies tee off on Monday mornings and Tuesday evenings.
“There’s always room for more players in the nine-hole get-togethers and the cost is $35 per night and that includes a meal in the clubhouse at Out of Bounds restaurant or on the patio. The fee to join is $20 and it goes toward funding a huge banquet at the end of the year that will have a large prize table.”
Players looking to match up their swings with their equipment can do so during demo days.
The next one will be presented by Cobra and happens on June 9 from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m.
A full service facility, Falcon Ridge hosts many special events throughout the year.
They include the KS Restaurant Tournament on June 9. The annual fundraiser is held in honour of the late Kelly Swaita and sends all proceeds to the Ottawa Hospital Foundation for Cancer Research. Golfers can get details and register by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Falcon Ridge’s championship layout plays to par 72. There are four sets of tee boxes measuring from 5,383 yards to 6,945 yards.
Raceview plays to par 35 and has two sets of tee boxes measuring from 2,158 yards to 2,563 yards.
The semi-private facility is located off Albion Road at 4740 High Rd., across from the Rideau-Carleton Entertainment Centre.
For more details and to book tee-times, call 613.822.6742 ex. 2.