Golf for Two or Four with Carts, Range Balls, and Meals at Eaglequest Coyote Creek Golf Course (Up to 59% Off)

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C$231 57% C$132
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In a Nutshell

A session at the driving range prepares golfers for an 18-hole round at a tree-lined executive course with 7 par 3s and 11 par 4s

The Fine Print

Expires Jun 30th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Reservation required; Subject to availability. Valid anytime on weekdays and on weekends after 12pm. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Playing a round of golf is a contest between man and nature, much like betting a tree it can't drink a gallon of milk. Pit yourself against the elements with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

$99 for a golf package for two (up to a $231.62 total value including tax)
$189 for a golf package for four (up to a $463.23 total value including tax)

With both options, each golfer receives the following:

  • 18-hole round of golf (up to a $29.95 value/person)
  • Shared cart rental (a $14 value/person)
  • Basket of driving-range balls (a $7 value/person)
  • Hot dog at the 10th hole (a $3.50 value/person)
  • Postround meal of a hamburger and fries (a $12 value/person)
  • Club loyalty card, which gives points and discount rewards for future visits and purchases (a $36.95 value/person)

Eaglequest Coyote Creek Golf Course's rates fluctuate during the day and throughout the week.

Eaglequest Coyote Creek Golf Course

Named 1 of the Top 100 Golf Practice Centers And Learning Facilities In America by Golf Range Magazine in 2011, Eaglequest Coyote Creek Golf Course pairs its renowned practice facility with a par 65 course to foster improvement in players of all abilities. The 18-hole, 4,165-yard course facilitates fast rounds of golf with 7 par 3 and 11 par 4 holes, and 4 holes more than 300 yards in length, prompting players to use every club in their bags. Lines of trees stud the edges of nearly every fairway, a creek winds through the course’s gently undulating terrain to alter shots, and a tennis player with a racquet plays defense on the final hole.

Before golfers head to the first tee, they can loosen up their swings by launching high-calibre practice balls at Eaglequest's synthetic driving range. To further groom their games, clubbers can schedule lessons with one of the course's CPGA instructors, who remedy slice-prone swings, shaky short-game shots, and 9-irons stricken with the common cold.

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