Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Boxgroove Welcomes Montour Heights Country Club

(BELLEVUE, Wash.) - Boxgroove (www.boxgroove.com), an inventive, reliable online network offering golfers the opportunity to play private golf courses of their choosing, welcomes Montour Heights Country Club in Coraopolis, Pa., to the selection of private courses Boxgroove members can play.

"The golf course at Montour Heights Country Club is a traditional Pete Dye beauty," said McRedmond Morelli, founder and CEO of Boxgroove. "It is a certainty that Boxgroove members will enjoy playing this scenic layout."

Founded in 1911, Montour Heights Country Club has undergone several transformations, landing at its current location in 1987 in the airport corridor of Moon Township in western Pennsylvania. During its nearly 100 years of operation, the club has provided its membership with a traditional country-club venue offering business, social, recreational and family activities and events.

The club consists of a beautiful 230-acre facility with one of the only Pete Dye golf courses in the area. The course utilizes the natural elevation changes in the region to provide a challenging and picturesque round of golf. With a clubhouse that incorporates the McCune estate mansion and several outbuildings, there are stunning panoramic views for all activities, including fine and casual dining.

"Boxgroove is a great way for us to introduce Montour Heights to players who otherwise never would have access to our wonderful facility," said Tony Romansky, PGA head golf professional at Montour Heights Country Club. "We have complete control over who gets to play, and it provides incremental income to our bottom line."

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