Golf at night is illuminating at Lady’s Island Country Club

Lady’s Island Country Club is turning the tables on one of the basic laws of golf–playing it in daylight.
Break the rules and come play in the Glow Ball Tournament on Friday, Oct. 28. Teams of four will grope around in the dark chasing an illuminated ball for nine holes. Subtle hints at direction will come in the form of a few glow sticks at the tee box, a couple along the fairway and one attached to the flag. In between, it’s just your team, a glowing ball and your wits.
“We don’t light up the course, just the ball, so it’s up to you to find your way around,” said Denton Moore, head golf professional at Lady’s Island Country Club. “It’s best ball so you don’t have to be a great golfer and families are welcome. It’s so much fun and there’s nothing quite like playing golf in the dark.”
Each team will receive a set number of glow balls. You lose all of them and, well, game over. Tip: They don’t float. There might be prizes for teams who return the set intact, or at least a hardy pat on the back.
Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. and hilarity ensues at 7:30 p.m. Happy hour prices last all evening.
It’s $30 per person and includes dinner. Call the pro shop at 843-524-3635 to sign up.
That’s not all that’s happening at Lady’s Island Country Club. Monday night football starts at 8 p.m. each week at Lady’s Island Country Club and includes free chicken wings, happy hour prices, darts and indoor corn hole contests.
It’s also the time of the year that is perfect for traditional golf — you know, during the day. The golf course is in terrific shape, the price is right and the weather is ideal.
Times are rocking at Lady’s Island Country Club. Find out more by calling 843-522-9700 or visiting www.ladysislandcc.com.

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