You come in at the turn – hungry, thirsty and wishing you had made that last 4-foot putt. It’s time to do something nice for yourself. Order a Golf Course Hot Dog. I don’t care if it’s a Nathan’s, a Ball Park, a Jesse Jones or whatever else brand, every hot dog you eat at a Golf Course is better than the last.
Meadow Creek Golf Course, in Charlottesville, makes good dogs, as does Swannanoa on Afton Mountain. But there is one course I play that makes truly memorable “Dogs” and that’s Mallard Head Golf Club in Mooresville, just outside of Charlotte. Each summer we play a Family Reunion Tournament at the friendly little course, and every year I get a Golf Course Hot Dog at the turn. Sometimes, two.
The dogs are good, the buns are steamed, the onions are sweet, the chili is spot on, and the coleslaw is perfect. A drizzle of mustard down the middle seals the deal.
Terrific dogs and just a buck.
Baseball Hot Dogs are good, too. But you simply can’t beat a good Golf Course Hot Dog.