A round of golf at a nice course can get pricey fast. Fortunately, you can get a good deal and not break the bank if you're willing to play hookey or skip out of work early -- and let's be honest, who doesn't want to do that in the summer? Here are five of the area's best affordable (i.e., $35 for a round, with a cart, after 2 p.m. on weekdays) courses.
On Friday, Nik Wallenda will give Niagara Falls a little popularity when he tight rope walks across the Falls. Luckily for us, ABC made what their calling the "Walk of the Century," a 3-hour long time slot to ensure that the only way we'll be able to get through the whole program is to get so drunk from the Nik Wallenda Drinking Game, his walk will look like that one time we were forced to walk the line outside the local bar. We only hope that the rest of world will be so drunk they won't remember if this event will go down as one of our top live television flops.
If you're going to spend the summer days golfing, you may as well head to a course that's worth your time. In my opinion, each of these six courses is beautifully landscaped and offers very well maintained fairways and greens that set them a step or two above many of the area's other public golf courses.
In case you live under a rock, the ginormous white building with the pillars on Elmwood Avenue is the Albright-Knox Art Gallery. It's also the place you take the cute girl from reception on a Friday night because you want to seem mature -- and it's free. Reeeeal mature, buddy.
Here are a few cool facts about the Albright-Knox Art Gallery.
If you're like Jack, there's no way you're joining the projected 120,000 spectators at Niagara Falls on Friday to watch Nik Wallenda walk across the Niagara River. Wallenda is walking approximately 173 feet over gorge- yawwwnnnn. We'd rather sit at home with a case of beer and watch this disaster waiting to happen on TV with the rest of the world and we've created a drinking game that will get you good and drunk long before Wallenda makes it to the other side.
As a college student, all I needed to hear were the words "repay some loan debt" in The Buffalo News to read about how Niagara Falls will pay your loan debt for two years in order to get you out to the Falls area.
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