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March 12, 2012 | By Paul Kelly
The highly acclaimed Brickyard Crossing Golf Course will open for the 2012 season Friday, March 16 – St. Patrick’s Day Eve – and players will receive a great greens fee value throughout March with the “Pay the Temperature” promotion.
The special pricing is simple: The air temperature at a player’s arrival time is their greens fee. If it’s 60 degrees Fahrenheit, a golfer pays $60. Many St. Patrick’s Day-themed contests and prizes will be offered at the golf course March 16-17, and tee times are available starting daily at 8 a.m. This promotion is available through Saturday, March 31.
The greens fee for the 2012 season will remain $90 per player beginning April 1, which includes a 2012 E-Z-Go cart equipped with a GPS system.
Tee times can be made by calling (317) 492-6417 or online at www.brickyardcrossing.com. Tee times may be made 30 days in advance and must be secured with a major credit card.
Opening day also will mark the beginning of the 2012 season at the Brickyard Crossing Restaurant, featuring a special Irish Buffet for $9.99 on Friday, March 16 and St. Patrick’s Day, Saturday, March 17. In addition, CIBUS, LLC has created a new menu and décor at the Brickyard Crossing Golf Course & Conference Center.
Dining hours will be 11 a.m.-8 p.m., March 16-17. The Brickyard Crossing Restaurant also features a newly renovated full bar with three flat-screen televisions, a full dining menu offered seven days a week and a brunch buffet every Sunday.
The Brickyard Crossing Conference Center features meeting and event space, with catering from CIBUS available for small and large events ranging from golf outings to formal gatherings. Visit www.cibusfss.com for more information.
Brickyard Crossing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, designed by renowned golf course architect Pete Dye, is a public course available for play seven days per week. It includes four holes inside the world-famous IMS oval and 14 holes adjacent to the backstretch of the racetrack.
The course has earned many honors, including recent designation as one of “2010 Golfweek’s Best Courses You Can Play.” The course also has been voted as one of America’s top 100 public golf courses by Golf Digest and Golfweek.