If It’s a Major, It’s a Men’s Night!
Noblesville…Purgatory Golf Club has announced its 2013 Men’s Night schedule. The monthly nine hole special coincides with the Thursday starts of major golf tournaments.
The first event is scheduled for April 11, the first day of the Masters.
The monthly nine hole event is open to all and begins with a shotgun start. Golfers set their own groups, play their own tees and select their own game. Singles and twosomes can be paired. Players return to the clubhouse for complimentary food.
Men’s Nights at Purgatory include free range balls, nine holes of golf with cart, complimentary food, beverage specials, door prizes, course contests and a chance to win a free round in the golf pool. The fee is $35.
Call the pro shop at 776-4653 no later than the Wednesday before the event to reserve a tee slot.
“Our schedule is easy to remember. If it’s a Thursday of a major golf event, we are having a Men’s Night. Call no later than the day before to set reserve a tee slot,” said Jon Stutz, head professional.
The 2013 schedule.
April 11, The Masters. Shotgun start at 5:30 pm off the back nine. Ball skipping contest across the putting green pond, 4:30 pm.
May 9, The Players Championship. Shotgun start at 6 pm. Three Putt contest on the putting green, 5 pm.
June 13, the US Open. Shotgun start at 6 pm. Noblesville’s Carmack’s Cigars hosts their popular cigar buffet. “Big Like Buffalo”, a distance and accuracy driving contest with amateur and senior amateur divisions, is a 5 pm
July 18, the British Open. Shotgun start at 6 pm off the back nine. It is a fish & chips theme. Fishing from the putting green pond opens at 4 pm. Chipping contest at 4:45 pm. The after play buffet is Chef Tom’s famous Fish and Chips dinner.
August 8, the PGA. Shotgun start at 5:30 pm. Sixth Annual Tommy Bolt Club Throwing contest at 5 pm. End of summer patio party with live music at 8:30 pm.
September 19, the Tour Championship. Shotgun start at 5:00 pm off the back nine. Football Golf, a special 3-person scramble team event.
“It’s a totally a man’s golf event—playing a top rated golf course with friends, great food and beverages in a collegial clubhouse setting, contests, golf pools, and catching the recap of the day’s major golf event on the flat panels,” added Stutz.