The post-blizzard melt is almost complete, and more and more Long Island golf courses are getting back up to speed. It's been a few seasons since golf was an option in February, so players should take advantage. After all, the best way to pregame for the Super Bowl is to skip the hours-long studio shows and hit the links instead.Golf On Long Island loves winter golf, and you should too, if only for the chance to play quality courses with limited crowds for a discount price. Below is a sampling of offseason 18-hole rates at area courses. For full details about rates and course conditions, contact the course pro shops or visit their websites. Note that these do not represent discounted rates at all courses.
For offseason rates from previous years and a primer on winter golf in general, refer to Winter Golf on Long Island.
- Great Rock: $49 with cart on weekdays until 11 a.m., $39 until 3 p.m., $29 after 3 p.m.; $69/$59/$39 on weekends
- Island's End: $49 to ride, $29 to walk, Monday to Thursday; $59 with cart Friday to Sunday, $49/$29 after 12 noon
- Rock Hill: $45 to ride, $32 to walk on weekdays; $49/$36 on weekends; $29 every day after 2 p.m.
SEE ALSO: 2015-16 Winter Rates Roundup I