Supreme Golf makes maintaining an oft-pricey golf addiction a bit easier on the wallet by granting golfers discounts at golf courses and golf schools, as well as cutting the price of books, golf clubs, and nutritional supplements. Golfers can enjoy relaxing, discounted rounds at area courses in cities across the country including such area courses as Bear Creek Golf Club in Dallas, Gateway National Golf Links in St. Louis and St. Andrews Golf and Country Club in Atlanta, soaking in the sights and badgering local pros for analysis of the annual caddie draft.
While the Stevens Park Golf Course was a secret to many for years, its great views and close proximity to downtown Dallas have become a real draw to lots of local duffers. A public golf course located in Oak Cliff’s Kessler Park, the recent re-opening boasts a redesign that was finished in 2011 and has been drawing accolades since. All eighteen holes were restored and there are 38 new sand bunkers snatching up balls now, as well as new putting surfaces and refined fairways with almost 3,000 new trees and rosebushes. The results is a leafier, more challenging and ultimately more fun course that is still open to the public. There are men, ladies, junior and senior tees as well, plus a full-service pro shop to keep hackers up to date with the latest tips, techniques and tools to make it around the course.
A golf-training ground replete with an expansive driving range and a 36-hole miniature-golf course, Golf Center of Arlington helps golfletes foster control of dimpled orbs in both aerial and earthbound shots. Saunter up to the smooth, undulated surface of the putting course for a lesson in the kinetic dynamics of rolling spheres. The refreshing mist of seven waterfalls and the gentle burble of intervening canals provide an elysian setting for a fruitful bonding session between player, bearded alter ego, and putter (putters not provided).