Swing into spring with games of golf and belly-filling brunch

. March 24, 2017.
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As we leave the cold winter weather behind, April serves up plentiful reminders of the blossoming warm weather soon to come along with spring. Flowers bloom, hints of green decorate the trees and all things buzz with life. With or without a jacket, the outdoors beckons us— let’s go! Local country clubs and golf courses are the perfect place to flock for a seasonable activity. Pairing your green grass outing with an elegant Easter Brunch is a perfect way to put your eye on the course, get a taste of what the club has to offer and consider how you plan to spend the coming sunny months.

Brandywine Country Club

The private Brandywine Country Club’s public restaurant, Champions Bar and Grill, will offer their favored, weekly Sunday Brunch on April 16 for Easter. Enjoy Carved Prime Rib, Honey Glazed Ham and Roasted Turkey Breast in the restaurant’s elegant, sophisticated setting, which reopened to the public under new management last July. 10am-4pm on Sunday, April 16. $18.99/adults, $16.99/seniors, $9.99/kids. Please reserve your tickets in advance. 419-865-2393. If you’ve been curious about getting a membership to Brandwine, a visit to the Sunday Brunch is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about their Arthur Hill-designed 18-hole golf course, event hosting options, among other details.

Heather Downs Country Club

Unsure if getting a club membership is right for you? Heather Downs Country Club is a semi-private golf course and club, perfect for golf enthusiasts of all levels. The 18-hole course has tee times available to the public Monday through Friday, as well as contests, leagues— such as the Ladies Golf League and a Couples League— and group outing packages. See what Heather Downs Country Club is all about during their Easter Brunch. Enjoy smoked salmon, maple glazed ham, roast beef, shrimp and other foodie favorites, with a visit from the Easter Bunny— perfect for your grandkids— during the day. Seating times are 11:30am-2pm on Sunday, April 16. $23/adults, $21/seniors, $10/children. Please reserve your tickets at least three days before. 419-382-3482 ext. 2.

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