5 Amazing Golf Course Delicacies
When your drives are finding tall rough or pool screens and the putts aren’t falling, rest assured, there’s usually some great golf course food that’ll shake you out of your futility.
Here’s a sampling of some of America’s great golf course grub:
This legendary hamburger served in a hot dog bun is available at the Olympic Club in San Francisco and on the golf courses at Silverado Resort in Napa. The Burger Dog is a special blend of lightly seasoned, ¼ pound of high-quality ground chuck (85% lean), red relish, mustard, dill pickles and onions on a toasted hot dog bun (with or without cheese).
Streamsong Tacos & BBQ
The Blue Course at Streamsong Resort in Lake Meade, Florida has a taco bar and the Red Course has a BBQ hut with a great slow-smoked, pulled-pork sandwich. (Both are halfway houses.) The latest rumor is the new Gil Hanse designed Black Course, set to open in September, is taste testing Spam Sliders. That should make for an interesting snack at the turn.
Blackwolf Run in Kohler gets its brats from bratwurst capital Sheboygan Falls, which is just a couple of miles down the road. The grilled brats feature toppings like caramelized onion and sauerkraut with bacon. At Erin Hills Golf Club clubhouse, the big draw is the “Pub Beer Brat”, which is a brat on a toasted pretzel roll with grilled onions and sauerkraut and a side of stone ground mustard.
Breakfast on a Roll
When you’re playing the Monterey Peninsula, if you tee up at Spyglass Hill in the morning, don’t miss the breakfast sandwich. This wondrous combination is Applewood-smoked bacon, egg, with melted cheddar cheese on a ciabatta roll.
Bountiful Breakfast Burrito
At Grayhawk Golf Club in Scottsdale, one of the best ways to start your day is with a Mojo Burrito at the Morning Joint café at the clubhouse. This tasty tubular sensation includes scrambled eggs, chicken chorizo, sweet potatoes, corn, spinach and pepper jack cheese.