Golfing With a Twist? Locals Would Love This
I would golf a lot more if a local course held an event like this.
Golf is a huge industry and an easy-going sport to play with friends or family. Fortunately, you don't have to be very good at it to enjoy yourself. Bozeman has several courses to choose from, including the public Cottonwood and Bridger Creek courses. Plus, there are neighboring courses in Big Sky, Livingston, and Three Forks.
Most folks would love to golf during the week, but with work, kids, and other priorities, it's tough to find time. If you want to play on the weekend, you have to make a reservation well in advance to get a tee time. It seems like such a hassle to engage in such a laid-back activity. So, it occurred to me that a weekend event at non-peak hours might just be a blast.
People love golf scrambles. Four-person teams compete for prizes or a good cause. Most of these golf scrambles happen during the week, and people have to take the day off to play, but what if we switched it up?
What if a golf course in the Gallatin Valley held a Midnight Golf Scramble? If you are wondering what that is, people will golf at night with glow-in-the-dark balls, and the greens will be lined with glow sticks or LED lights. Check out the video below. (WARNING! SOME NSFW LANGUAGE)
@briteresi0 Have you ever played night golf with glow in the dark balls?! 🚀⛳️😍✨ #glowinthedark #golf #golfgirl #fyp #foryoupage ♬ original sound - briteresi
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So you see, golfing at night could be an absolute blast. The only possible setback is that this would probably have to be held on a weekend and at a course that isn't near any residential areas. So this event would have to happen at a place like Headwaters Golf Course in Three Forks or Cottonwood outside Four Corners, but it would be crazy fun.
So what do you say? Are you down for some golfing at midnight?