With the thermometer on the front porch checking in at a brisk 17 degrees, it’s hard to imagine that The Masters begins 94 days. Yes, fellow Duffers, the grass will once more be green, the temperatures mild and we will have plenty of golf balls to lose in the New Year. But do you have your 2022 VSGA VIP Card yet? Don’t delay. Get one. It’ll be 60 degrees one day soon and you’ll need it.
The VSGA VIP Card, of course, entitles card holders to a reduced rate on over 200 courses in Virginia and West Virginia. The rounds are usually less than thirty-bucks including a cart, though courses and terms vary. Our group was able to use our cards at Lake Monticello on multiple occasions – an excellent value even at regular greens fees but an extraordinary deal with at just $26 with the VSGA Card savings.
Not only does the VSGA Card save a golfer money (use it three times and it pays for itself at the $65 supporter fee) but it also encourages foursomes to get out and play multiple courses and not get stuck in a rut.
Best of all, a portion of the VSHGA fees goes to support golf scholarships Since it began more than 30 years ago, the VSGA-VIP Scholarship Foundation, a 501(c)(3) entity, has awarded $2.5 million to more than 1,000 students who all share an interest in golf.
So, it’s a win-win deal. Go to VSGA.com and sign up. By the way, they offer Digital Only Cards but sometimes they don’t work. Get the book with the coupons, it’s safer.