Every golf course goes through a rebellious phase, sprouting water hazards, obnoxious sand traps, or an anchor tattoo on its back nine. Golf before courses settle down and get married with today's Groupon for golf for two or four at Fort Worth Golf Club. Choose from the following options:
- For $30, you get two rounds of weekday golf with a cart (up to a $50 value) and two large buckets of range balls (a $16 value; up to a $66 total value).
- For $33, you get two rounds of weekend golf with a cart (up to a $60 value) and two large buckets of range balls (a $16 value; up to a $76 total value).
- For $60, you get four rounds of weekday golf with a cart (up to a $100 value) and four large buckets of range balls (a $32 value; a $132 total value).
- For $66, you get four rounds of weekend golf with a cart (a $120 value) and four large buckets of range balls (a $32 value; a $152 total value).
Fort Worth Golf Club sprawls over 6,600 yards of tree-lined fairways and 18 holes for challenging and scenic golf. Twosomes or foursomes can load their bags into a smooth-running cart and traverse the course, driving nonchalantly across verdant grass before plucking each flag from the turf to add to home collections. In addition to dense foliage, the course, designed by Don January, challenges golfers with a medley of hazards such a sizeable sand bunker that yawns beside second-hole fairway and a looming lake leaning over the southeast shoulder of the 18th green. Shore up inaccurate swings on one of the driving range's 50 tee stations, or meander over to the chipping and putting greens to fine-tune the signature trick shots used at golfing-themed Japanese grills to flip shrimp into patrons' pockets. Formerly known as Eagle Mountain Country Club, Fort Worth Golf Club opens up its course to the public for the first time in 40 years, allowing new golfers to slice their way across the well-tended hills of Eagle Mountain Lake.
Although Fort Worth Golf Club offers discounted rates for seniors and tee times booked online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
Fort Worth Golf Club
Designed by former PGA Champion and Texas native Don January, Fort Worth Golf Club’s 18-hole course takes golfers on a club-swinging expedition across 6,600 yards of tree-lined fairways and emerald topography. Though towering arbors provide the bulk of the course’s sphere-impeding obstacles, a medley of other obstructions augment their twiggy efforts, including six water hazards known to feast on the life-force of errant golf balls. Formerly known as the private Eagle Mountain Country Club, Fort Worth Golf Club has opened up its emerald corridors to the public for the first time in 40 years, allowing new golfers the chance to drive, pitch, and shot-put their balls across the rolling hills of Eagle Mountain Lake. Before each round, golfers can warm up for the round by joyfully pummeling golf balls at the club’s driving range, where 48 natural-grass hitting bays serve as outdoor laboratories for players’ swing experimentations and their ongoing attempts to cross-breed divot tools with worker ants.