Long ago, Scottish polo players longed for a game in which they could explore scenic terrain, ride an obedient mechanical horse, and wear more courageously plaid knickers. Marvel in their subsequent invention with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for an 18-hole round of golf for two with cart (up to a $100 value)
- $89 for an 18-hole round of golf for four with cart (up to a $200 value)
Players cruise the course in GPS-equipped golf carts while honing swings amid 188 acres of scenic meadows, oak trees, and heather.
Mulberry Hills Golf Club’s rates fluctuate throughout the week.
Mulberry Hills Golf Club
The 2012 golf season at Mulberry Hills Golf Club marked 50 years since architect Hank Clayton unveiled his verdant brainchild, a celebration that showcases the course’s maturation of ancient oak trees and tangled heather that now engulf the site's 188 meadowed acres. The natural habitat invites all players, from greenhorns to green-jacket holders, to take on the 18-hole excursion that covers 6,635 yards of pristine fairways, well-kempt greens, and vibrant flowers that border playable areas. As players captain their 2012 Yamaha golf carts equipped with a 12V outlet for phones and a GPS device over the terrain, they encounter a gauntlet of obstacles that attempts to thwart drives, putts, and 3-iron swordfights. The par 3, 155-yard fourth hole presents a difficult forced carry over water onto a peninsula green, the most challenging of the four holes featuring shots over water. The course superintendants keep rounds moving with a pace-of-play program that ensures rounds last 4.5 hours or less, leaving plenty of daylight for sunbathing golf balls or knitting a skirt from collected divots. After the round, players can celebrate their dominance over nature at Hank's Place Bar & Grill with a menu of American fare, draft beers, and free WiFi.
Course at a Glance:
18-hole, par 71 course
Total length of 6,635 yards from the back tees
Course rating of 70.9 from the back tees
Course slope of 122 from the back tees
Four sets of tees per hole
Designed by Hank Clayton