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Cherokee Valley introduces new Business Flex Pass

A full-service entertainment, networking and team building solution for companies of all sizes

TRAVELERS REST, S.C. – Cherokee Valley, the Upstate’s premier family and community-focused club north of Greenville, announces its new Business Flex Pass, a full-service entertainment, networking and team building solution for companies of all sizes.

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Cherokee Valley Course and Club

Innovative and affordable, the Business Flex Pass is chock-full of base benefits including: two (foursome) tee times per month (golf cart and range balls included), 10% off golf shop merchandise and a “Partners Tab” with hyperlink on the Cherokee Valley website.

Business Flex Passes also grant access to Cherokee Valley’s event center or event space on the driving range, a customized golf outing for up to 16 players (cart included), preferred rates for guests, food and beverage discounts and four North Greenville University sports passes to watch the Crusaders compete in a variety of competitive games and tournaments.

“Traditional, corporate memberships are outdated and don’t address the needs or budgets of a wide spectrum of businesses,” says Owner and Director of Operations Matt Jennings. “Our casual and comfortable feel lets pass holders to escape the workplace and enjoy relationships built through great golf, food, beverage and entertainment.”

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Todd Warden, the executive chef at Cherokee Valley, and Matt Jennings, the club's owner and director of operations

Cherokee Valley’s spacious cottages are located just a few steps from the golf shop and are ideal for corporate retreats with in-home culinary experiences by Executive Chef Todd Warden also available. Business Flex Passes retail for $2,500 (tax not included) with a one-year commitment.

Ideally located 30 minutes north of award-winning downtown Greenville and 45 minutes from the craft beer capital of Asheville, N.C. Cherokee Valley is the perfect basecamp for exploring the beauty and adventure of the western Carolinas.

This year, Cherokee Valley will open its full-service restaurant, CORE 450, featuring a contemporary, engaging and casual theme with a diverse menu ranging from small plates and pizza to five course meals. CORE 450 is led by Warden, who studied under James Beard award-winning chef Bob Kinkead.

To learn more about Business Flex Pass, memberships, golf packages and other programs and amenities, visit www.cherokeevalleyclub.com, or contact associate director of operations Lauren Landreth at llandreth@cherokeevalleyclub.com or (864) 895-6758 x2.

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About Cherokee Valley Course and Club
Cherokee Valley Course and Club is situated amid the rolling foothills of Upstate South Carolina’s scenic Blue Ridge region adjacent to North Greenville University (NGU). It features the region’s only P.B. Dye-designed golf course, a mountain-style gem winding through rolling hills and deep dales, sprinkled with ample stretches of gently rolling fairways and trademark Dye green complexes.

Home of the NGU Crusaders men’s and women’s golf teams, Cherokee Valley’s golf training facility and expansive practice range is a multi-faceted game-improvement headquarters. A resort-style pool offers refuge post-round and is a summer haven for the club’s member families.

Cottages conveniently located just a few steps from the golf shop and first tee are available for overnight stays or daily rental. Cherokee Valley offers a wide-variety of value-laden memberships and is open for public play with daily fee weekday and weekends rates that include a cart. Or, for an unforgettable, exciting and expeditious experience, golfers can rent Finn Cycles from Sun Mountain Motor Sports.

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