Brunch at a golf resort - like the Sedona Golf Resort in Arizona - a great way to celebrate Mother's Day
I normally associate Father’s Day with golf.
Time to add Mother’s Day to the list. My wife or my mom don’t golf, but there’s still a great way to help the golf industry and celebrate the women in our lives on their special day - take them to a Mother’s Day brunch at a golf resort.
The Sedona Golf Resort in Arizona is the perfect example. Its Juniper Bar & Grille is hosting a brunch buffet with an awesome array of choices: chicken, ham, prime rib, an omelet station and even complimentary Mimosa on Sunday. There are two seatings from 10 a.m. to noon and noon to 2 p.m. The cost is $24.95 for adults, $12.49 for children and 7-and-under are free. Call 928-284-2093 or visit sedonagolfresort.com/mom for more information.
I’ve also gotten e-mail alerts from many of the Michigan courses and resorts - Shepherd’s Hollow in Clarkston and The Loon Golf Resort in Gaylord - that they’re serving brunch as well. A few years back, a friend told me the Mother’s Day brunch at The Broadmoor in Colorado is the mother of all brunches.
If you’ve ever been to one of these luxury pig-outs, you know that it’s the only meal necessary for the day. You’ll stuff yourself, leaving only room for a snack later. Playing golf after all that food probably isn’t a good idea, but watching golf is. As much as I love watching golf on TV, I also use it as an excuse to snooze on the couch. But snoozing is only allowed after mom has gotten all the love and attention she deserves.
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