Today's Deal: Only $10 for 18 Holes at Private Sterling Golf & Swim Club
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- Sterling is as easy on your schedule as it is on your wallet. From the longest tees, the course measures 2,610 yards for a par of 54.
- These short holes still offer plenty of challenge, especially the tricky greens. Just a few miles beyond the D.C. Beltway, the private club exudes unpretentious charm from its practice facilities to its clubhouse bar.
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In the opinion of golf guru (and certified rocket scientist) Dave Pelz, the short game is the biggest reason scorecards go down in flames. Your Deal Caddy has first-hand experience with the damage that can be done by those bladed chips and chunked pitch shots, and I’ve found the perfect solution: Sterling Golf & Swim Club.
A $10 round at the exclusive Sterling, a challenging par 3 track, is sure to sharpen your green-side skills. Half off the regular rate, this 18-hole deal is valid until August 31.
Originally designed and constructed by U.S. Steel in 1963, Sterling now operates as a non-profit, members-only course. Featuring a full slate of challenges, this little gem will require the average player to pull every iron in the bag–maybe a hybrid or two as well. The signature 7th requires a 196-yard carry over water. The equally difficult No. 11 calls for a 190-yard draw around trees to hit the green in regulation. Every short game shot will be tested: the flop, the mid-range pitch, the short-sided chip and maybe even a fried-egg from the bunker. Best of all, you’re guaranteed to shoot in the 60’s, which will give you something to brag about at the office. Hey, if you don’t tell anyone it’s a par 54, then neither will I.
Let’s be honest: short game practice on the range is a chore. The thing is, 80% of the strokes you can save come from inside 200 yards. Why not take those practice sessions onto the course for the price of a large bucket of balls? After a round at Sterling, you can bet you’ll see a lot more gimmes during your next round. Grab this deal, and make your short game a strength!