If you have the money and want to get a great golf shot, you can play at Colonial’s Meadows Golf Course, a 6,800-acre national golf course in Cleveland.

But if you want to hit some shots in the woods, this is your chance.

Located in the western part of the city, Colonial offers up to two days of golf every summer and is one of the only golf courses in the United States that has both indoor and outdoor courses.

The facility was constructed by the American Board of Professional Golf in the 1920s and is still in use today.

Here’s what you need to know about playing golf at Meadows: Meadows is a 6.8-hole course that was originally built in 1922, according to its website.

Colonial Golf Course was established in 1921, but the course has only played host to golf for seven years, according the American Golf Association.

In order to play at Meisters, you’ll need to be a member of the American Association of Golf Clubs of Ohio.

Membership is $75 per year.

The course can host up to six rounds per week, and the facility is located in the town of Woodbine.

Colonial is also the home of The Old Golf Club, a four-day, $2,000-per-player tournament that is held each year in June.

It’s a great way to play a round with your friends, according one of Colonial’s members, Dan Lott.

“It’s fun for the whole family,” Lott said.

“We’ve been playing for almost 20 years, and this year we had 20 people playing.

We’ve had great families come and play, and everyone’s excited about playing.”

Lott is a certified member of The Golf Club of America and the National Association of Amateur Golf Clubs.

This is not the first time Colonial has hosted an event.

In 2017, it hosted a family tournament for kids.

It also hosts a summer event each year, called The Fall Classic, that includes the Ohio Youth Golf Classic.

“I can’t say enough about Colonial Golf, it’s the best course I’ve ever played on,” said Jack Kuczynski, a member for 18 years.

“The course is really great.

I’ve been coming here for years and never been disappointed.”

For more information on Colonial Golf courses, visit Colonial Golf Courses.