IN THE D: Dining & Drinking After Hitting the Links

By: Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers | July 7, 2015
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Golf is a sport that takes immense concentration, a sense of confidence and great patience. So, it goes without saying that after a round of nine or 18 holes in the sun, players are likely to be worn out. Conveniently enough, many golf courses provide bars, lounges and hangouts for patrons to grab a beer and unwind after a day of hitting the links. Listed below are some places to keep in mind.

One Under Bar, 35780 Five Mile Rd., Livonia, is located in front of Idyl Wyld Golf Course—Livonia’s oldest course. Golf at Idyl Wyld provides small greens, numerous sand traps/water hazards and a hilly and scenic view. One Under is the place to be afterward, as it has 76 craft beers on tap. It also has 30 high-definition televisions, happy hour Monday through Friday, a great food menu and live music on the weekends.

The Inn at St. John’s, 44045 Five Mile Rd., Plymouth, provides two great options for dining and drinking with 5ive Restaurant and Bar and The Burger Loft. The golf course has 27 holes and it is consistently listed among southeast Michigan’s finest golf resorts. 5ive has a chic ambiance and provides views of gardens, a fire pit, weekend entertainment and more. The Burger Loft offers some of the tastiest burgers around and the menu includes other great options as well.

Tanglewood Golf Club, 22805 Country Club Dr., South Lyon, is a Championship Golf Course, offering 27 holes chock-full of challenges. Tanglewood also offers a restaurant for those looking to relax after a game. The menu includes sandwiches, salads, pizzas, appetizers, and more. Of course there is a full bar and specials, too. Outdoor patio seating is available during these warm summer months and provides a picturesque setting.

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Eagle Crest Resort, 1275 S. Huron St., Ypsilanti, has a nationally-recognized golf course and it measures 6,911 yards from the longest tees and features many trees and a gorgeous scenery. The resort provides two great dining options with the more casual Bentley’s American Grille and The View, for more elegant dining. Bentley’s offers breakfast and lunch, while The View handles dinner. The restaurants provide breathtaking golf course and waterfront views.

Michigan has some beautiful golf courses, and it is nice to have a place to sit and relax with friends after hitting the links, especially where you can grab food and a beverage. With summer in full force, now is the perfect opportunity to do just that. Have fun, Metro Detroiters.