What could be more relaxing than a round of golf at Cedar Ridge Golf Course? The beautiful scenery, teeing within minutes of arriving and knowing that you can play in seclusion without being rushed through your normal round is pure relaxation. This is a challenging 18-hole course and is open year-round (as long as there’s no snow on the greens).
Not everything on your vacation has to cost a lot. You can play for about a dollar a hole at Cedar Ridge, nine holes for $14 per person or $12 seniors and eighteen holes for $22 per person or $20 seniors. Carts and pull carts are also available at great prices. Cedar Ridge also has discounted senior and junior rates.
If you or your spouse forgot to pack your clubs, don’t worry. Cedar Ridge has rental sets for $10.00 for nine holes and $16.00 for the full course.
Even if your schedule is packed, you can usually get through nine holes in a couple of hours. If you really don’t have a few hours, at least try out the driving range or the practice putting green.
While Cedar Ridge is probably not as well known as some of the courses to the south, it one of the state’s finest community operated courses. The course also has a well-stocked pro golf shop and clubhouse with a snack bar. The course is friendly enough for beginners, but has plenty of challenges for the seasoned golfer.
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Take a lesson
If you are feeling rusty or have never played Cedar Ridge Golf Course has two professional instructors to teach the basics, provide tips, improve individual games and teach new techniques. Inquire at the Pro Shop.
Three practice areas are available to help you fine tune your game including a full length practice range, a chipping area and a practice putting green.