Players Series November
Presented by Corkcicle
COWBOYS GOLF CLUB
Sunday, November 8th, 2020
4 Person Scramble Tournament
8:00 AM Shotgun Start
$139.99 per person + tax
Includes: Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks, Non-Alcoholic Beverages,
Golf, Raffle Prizes, Awards, and Custom Cowboys Corkcicle Canteen
Tournament will consist of two flights, top half and bottom half of the field.
Men: Silver Tees
Women: Gold Tees
Seniors: (60+) Blue Tees
Don't miss out on your chance to play as we are limited to the first 36 teams of 4!!
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Etched into the rolling hills of Grapevine, Texas, Cowboys Golf Club is distinguished as the first and only NFL-themed golf club in the world, and one of the region's only all-inclusive world-class resort golf properties. The club is open to the public seven days a week for golf, dining, hospitality and private events, ranging from weddings and golf tournaments to corporate outings, fundraising galas, business meetings, holiday parties and other special occasions.
Ring of Honor
Kitchen & Bar
The Ring of Honor Kitchen and Bar (ROHK) at Cowboys Golf Club--named for the iconic ring around Texas Stadium that honors former players and coaches who made outstanding contributions to the Dallas Cowboys football organization—has made its own impression in Dallas culinary circles.
Savory to spicy, crunchy to smooth, southern flair to Texas stagger, ROHK features sharables, big plates and side dishes to please every palate. The ROHK bar also offers a vibrant selection of artisanal cocktails, 12 rotating local craft beers, and an international wine list.
"The Cowboys Golf Club is a natural fit in our philosophy of being on the cutting edge of creating excellent products and services that springboard the Cowboys brand into untapped markets. We're enthusiastic about pioneering this innovative golf concept with its potential in meeting the needs of golfers, business travelers and corporate executives.
It is indeed our pleasure to bring a part of the Cowboys mystique to this club, which promises to be in a league of its own."
Dallas Cowboys Football Club