It’s difficult to hit a target from far away, which is why holes-in-one are rare and the Goodyear blimp has never been shot successfully with an arrow. Drive hard with a vengeance, thanks to this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $35 for one 45-minute golf lesson with a souvenir hat ($85 value)
- $79 for three 45-minute golf lessons with a souvenir hat ($205 value)
- $109 for five 45-minute golf lessons with a souvenir hat ($325 value)
- $50 for $100 toward golf merchandise in the pro shop<p>
Balcones Country Club
A majestic, 18-hole course encircles the stately grounds of Balcones Country Club, whisking golfers to an elysian landscape of dense tree lines and large, rippling waterways. The Balcones Course, features the club’s signature hole, a 155-yard par 3 where tee shots must clear a vast water hazard and a central fountain that spews the liberated souls of drowned golf balls. The club prepares greenhorn golfers with a bevy of classes offered through their golf academy, which range from typical private lessons to fitness programs offered by Titleist Performance Institute–certified trainers. A classroom equipped with video swing-analysis technology hosts intense investigations into corrupt swings, and a double-sided, lighted driving range fosters late-night reflections on whether or not golf balls are simply fallen stars.
A more frenetic pace of competition takes stage on the 10 courts that billet Balcones Country Club’s tennis program, and scampering tykes and weary adults can retreat to the club’s two outdoor pools for a more relaxing setting. Guests can fuel up for a day of recreation with a quick bite at the onsite grill or engage the community in the elegant, 250-capacity banquet hall.
“It was a good experience. The course is unique and the starter was extremely friendly. It played pretty quick for a Saturday round. Overall, it was very nice,”
“Very nice day”
“The course is not in the condition that I would expect of a private "Country Club". Discounting that the greens had recently been plugged and sanded, I have played...”
“The course is not in the condition that I would expect of a private "Country Club". Discounting that the greens had recently been plugged and sanded, I have played municipal courses that were in better shape (tee boxes and fairways).”