Lady’s Island Country Club super bowl scramble

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Super Bowl Scramble at Lady's Island Country Club

Lady’s Island Country Club is kicking off some great new features in the next few weeks that put football and food front and center.

Who says you can’t combine the Super Bowl football frenzy with golf? Yes, one involves sitting indoors, perhaps in a man cave, watching the game. The other is outdoors, without an electrical cable in sight. The best combination is Lady’s Island Country Club’s 9th annual Super Bowl Scramble to start game day right. It’s a 10 a.m. shotgun start on Sunday, Feb. 5. The entry fee includes beer and soda on the course, a meal afterward and lots of prizes, including longest pass (longest drive) and best offense in the red zone (closest to the pin).

The pro shop can help set up four-man teams for those who don’t have a foursome. It’s $35 per person for members, $50 per person for non-members. The public is welcome. Call the pro shop at (843) 524-3536 by February 2 to register.

The club is also hosting a monthly Champaign brunch at beer-like prices. This month, the feast is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 29. Only $10 can get you a wide range of scrumptious fare, from crab omelets, eggs or salmon Benedict, steak and eggs or Cajun fried catfish. All that, and a glass of bubbly. For the best service, call for reservations at (843) 522-9700.

The club also gave a new year refresh to it Thursday night dinner, boosting the selection from Maryland crab cakes to steak and lamb chops, salmon, duck and shrimp pasta. The menu still has the ever popular liver and onions.

Of course, the club also has its not-to-be-missed monthly Friday Prime Rib dinner the third Friday each month. Dinner this month begins at 6 p.m., Jan. 20.

Lady’s Island Country Club—it’s the neighborhood hangout and dining center. Lunch is served Tuesday through Sunday and features fresh soup, sandwiches and salads, all with a dose of culinary creativity.

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