www.boxgroove.com), an inventive, reliable online network offering golfers the opportunity to play private golf courses of their choosing, has added The Woodlands Club, in Falmouth, Maine, to the selection of private courses Boxgroove members can play.
"Boxgroove members will love playing at the Woodlands Club, which has hosted many current and former PGA Tour players," said McRedmond Morelli, founder and CEO of Boxgroove. "And players won't want to miss the extraordinary practice facility at this course."
The Woodlands Club is a private, member-owned, recreational athletic and dining club established in 1988 for the social enjoyments of its members. The club's world-class 18-hole championship golf course, designed by George and Jim Fazio, is uncompromising in every detail. It was the site of the 1990-1993 Ben Hogan/Nike New England Classic. The course, featuring meticulously-maintained bent grass from tee to green, plays to 6,848 yards from the back tees and has a slope of 144.
"I've already received numerous comments from our membership on what a great program Boxgroove is," said Doug Van Wickler, PGA Director of Golf at The Woodlands Club. "We are always looking to differentiate our club from other private clubs, as well as provide more bang for our members' dues.
"While I am always happy to help our members locate a course and arrange a tee time while they travel, Boxgroove gives them almost 600 courses in 47 states to choose from. Boxgroove makes my job as the PGA Professional simpler.
"By offering Boxgroove to our members, it shows I am working to provide additional service to my members and looking outside the box to capture additional revenue for my club...all with the click of a computer. Thanks, Boxgroove, for making me look good."