Jan 18, 2007, 12:22 PM EDT
It took great will power to refrain from using a Big Lebowski quote in the title of this post. An interesting tidbit in USA Today points out that Philadelphia is a haven for golfers.
With 12 months of golfing left in the New Year, not everyone is planning a trip to Pebble Beach or Scotland. Some are looking for bargains closer to home. Few are as fortunate as those who live in the Philadelphia area, which offers one of the best deals in golf, and where, weather permitting, many hard core locals tee it up year round. GolfPhilly turn’s the city’s municipal courses into a virtual country club, offering privileges at not one, not two, not three, but a whopping six different courses for less than most country clubs charge for one.
Who knew? I’m not a golfer. Obviously.
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