What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $69 for 18 holes of golf with cart rental for two and two bags of range balls ($140 value)
- $109 for 18 holes of golf with cart rental for four and four bags of range balls ($280 value)
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 30, 2016. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Longleaf Golf & Family Club
Many consider golf to be a sport with a high barrier of entry. But for Longleaf Golf & Family Club, it's a sport that more people should play. Despite the club's genteel background, the new owner—the US Kids Golf Foundation—seeks to make the course and the game as accessible and family-friendly as possible. Check out the details:
Play and Practice
The 18-hole course is designed with seven tees at each hole, which accommodates the driving distances of youth, adults, beginners, and advanced players. That way, less experienced players can enjoy a smoother pace of play and more opportunities to achieve par. To make the game even more accessible for newcomers, the clubhouse rents out clubs for all ages and genders.
Longleaf also hosts the US Kids Golf Academy, where renowned coaches and PGA pros brainstorm the best techniques for training players and popularizing golf among youth. Kids and adults can participate in instruction alongside their peers, and couples and families can also learn together.
Folks can put in a little practice time at the putting green and driving range. For fun and relaxation, Longleaf features a pool, fitness center, croquet court, and onsite bar and grill.
Longleaf resides on the former site of Starland Farm, an equestrian center founded by a local horseman and his wife—an heiress to a textile company and the Reynolds tobacco fortune. Traces of the barn, racetrack, and steeplechase track can still be seen.