Monday, March 25, 2013

Boxgroove Welcomes Hidden Valley CC

(BELLEVUE, Wash.) - Boxgroove (, an inventive, reliable online network offering golfers the opportunity to play private golf courses of their choosing, has welcomed Hidden Valley Country Club, in Salem, Va., to the selection of private courses Boxgroove members can play.

"The lovely golf course at Hidden Valley Country Club provides a great challenge for golfers of all abilities," said McRedmond Morelli, founder and CEO of Boxgroove. "And the irresistible complete practice facility even includes a learning center with three hitting bays, heat sensors and mirrors."

Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains in the heart of the Roanoke Valley, Hidden Valley Country Club is a premier, private family-oriented country club, with personalized service in an inviting and familiar environment. The club's centerpiece is the Dick Wilson-designed championship golf course. The first nine holes opened in 1951, and a year later the entire 18-hole facility was in play. The story goes that Wilson had a hard time finding the land which he had been hired to turn into a golf course; thus, "Hidden Valley" became the name of the club.

"Hidden Valley Country Club is very excited to be a part of the Boxgroove team," said Michael J. Abraham, PGA, head golf professional at the club. "We feel this is a tremendous opportunity, not only for our members to play many great golf courses across the country, but also to provide exposure to our club."


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