By the end of this year, golf courses across the country will be able to offer out-of–stroke courses for rent, thanks to the Affordable Care Act, which opens up more than 700,000 properties to low-income residents.
In many cases, this will be through a partnership with local governments.
As a result, there are many new options for golfers, from rental courses to privately managed out-field clubs.
For a glimpse into some of the most affordable options, I sat down with five of them to find out how to find the right one for your game.
For more on how to stay in shape, stay healthy, and make money with the Affordable Healthcare Act, read this primer from The Lad.1.
The Golf Club at The Glenbrook Country Club, Long Island, New York, USA: This private club at the northern end of Long Island City is one of the few that offers out-stroke golf.
It has an indoor and outdoor facility, which is designed to make you a better golfer.
This is a great place to work out and have a blast.
The club is one-and-done for rent.2.
The L.A. Golf Club, Los Angeles, US: This privately owned, out-stroked golf club has two facilities and a clubhouse.
This golf course has a $20,000-per-month membership fee.
It offers out–stroke golf for a fee, and the courses is open to everyone.3.
The Kinesis Golf Club and Spa, Lake Forest, Illinois, USThe Kineses Golf Club has a membership fee of $15 per month.
This club has an outdoor facility and a spa that are both open to the public.
It is the first and only private course in Illinois to offer all-out, in–stroke training.4.
The Long Island Golf Club (LIG), Long Island Village, New Zealand: This club is the oldest of these clubs, which are all privately owned.
It’s the oldest private golf course in New Zealand.
It also has a one-time $15-per–month membership.5.
The Hooters Country Club in Lake Forest Beach, California, USThis club has a two-month Membership fee of just $20.
There is an outdoor, $20 membership fee, which can be waived if you buy an online membership.
The golf course is open year-round, and is also available for rent for private use.6.
The Westgate Golf Club in San Antonio, Texas, USOne of the oldest and largest private golf courses in Texas, the Westgate is open for golf for just $5 per round.
It was the first golf course opened in the United States and the first in Texas.
It includes two holes and is open every day of the week for private play.7.
The Rodeo Country Club at the Westfield YMCA, San Diego, CaliforniaA privately owned golf course, the Rodeos golf course at the YMTA has a three-hole golf course that is open daily, and for public use.
There are no restrictions on who can play, or who can’t.
The course also has an open clubhouse.8.
The Tiger Woods Golf Course at the B&R Resort in Punta Gorda, Florida, USPrivate, out–stroked courses like this one in Florida have a very unique advantage.
They are often built on land that has been converted into a hotel.
This has allowed the owners to maintain a large parking lot that is available to everyone, from people who can drive to the course to those who don’t.
It gives people the opportunity to come and play in a way that is really enjoyable.
It makes it feel like you’re at home.9.
The Clubhouse at the Red River Country Club & Golf Club for the Arts, Las Vegas, Nevada, USYou’ll need to have the RedRiver Golf Club’s membership and membership fees waived, so the club is open 365 days a year.
This private resort offers an all–out, one-hole private club, and members pay a $10 membership fee for a monthly pass.10.
Club in the Mountains, Oregon, USIn 2014, the G&s golf course closed its doors.
The new owners decided to build a new one, and this new course will open this summer for people of all skill levels.
The cost of this new resort is $3,200 per person per day, with access to a full-service golf course.11.
The North Shore Golf Club of New Jersey, New JerseyIn 2017, the North Shore golf course was opened.
This privately operated course is an out–field facility that is a private club.
The facility is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
It will offer out–line and in–line golf for anyone.12