Mark Twain famously quipped that golf is a good walk spoiled. But what if spoiled doesn't mean ruined, but rather, overindulged in a luxurious fashion? Then clearly it's time to spoil yourself with this WagJag: $11 gets you unlimited play on nine holes of golf at Borden Golf Course's Anderson Park course (a $22 value).
Highlights of the CourseBuilt in 1917, Borden Golf Club's Anderson Park course encompasses 9 holes spread out over 3,209 yards of contoured fairways and well-groomed greens. The club is also home to Circled Pines, an 18-hole course. Tips for Success on the Greens On hole 2, Borden's pro advises you should keep your drive left on this par 4 for the best results, and make sure you don't go too long.Club ComfortsThe clubhouse offers refreshments to fuel your game any old day, and hosts banquets for special occasions for up to 150 people. Tournaments are hosted April to November, and golf products and services are available at the golf shop. To Please the Golfer's PalateStay tuned for the 2012 menu, coming soon, which is sure to feature the hot-off-the-grill meals Borden is known for.Getting to the LinksBorden Golf Club is located on a Canadian Forces Base in Borden. It's easily accessible from Hwy. 400. Check out the website for more detailed directions.31 Louisbourg Rd.Borden, ONL0M1C0www.bordengolf.com