Friday, December 16, 2011

Boxgroove Adds Greenbrier Golf and Country Club to Network of Private Courses

(BELLEVUE, Wash.) - Boxgroove (, an inventive, reliable online network offering golfers the opportunity to play private golf courses of their choosing, has added Greenbrier Golf and Country Club in Lexington, Ky. to the selection of private courses Boxgroove members can play.

"Greenbrier is a wonderful addition to our network of private courses," said McRedmond Morelli, founder and CEO of Boxgroove. "The beautiful surroundings and welcoming staff are a winning combination."

About Greenbrier Golf and Country Club

Greenbrier Golf and Country Club was founded in 1971 to uphold the traditions, serenity and excellence of exclusive private golf and country club living. Originated and developed by William Morris Hart Sr. and Watts & Call, Inc., Greenbrier provides an environment unmatched in Lexington.

The 6,754-yard par-72 championship golf course offers a scenic setting. The Zoysia-grass fairways are expertly maintained in order to give members and guests a golf experience unequaled in the area. GPS-equipped golf carts allow easy club selection as well as the opportunity to order lunch from the fairway and pick it up at the clubhouse at the turn.

"We are really looking forward to giving Boxgroove the opportunity to help us fill our tee sheet with additional rounds without inconveniencing our membership," said Brent Edmister, PGA Head Professional at Greenbrier. "With Boxgroove's help, we plan to add other private club members to our rounds during those times when our members traditionally do not play the golf course, thereby increasing revenue without impacting the current membership."

"We see the potentially positive impact of this effort even before we have our system fully online. Greenbrier Golf and Country Club is a great golf course that is as beautiful as it is sophisticated, and as we open tee times to Boxgroove members, we know they will enjoy their trip into Kentucky bluegrass country."


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