Nine-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four with Pull-Cart Rentals at Winter Park Country Club (Up to 65% Off)

Winter Park

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In a Nutshell

Nine-hole course has been graced by players such as Hogan, Snead, and Sarazen and even became grazing pastures during WWI

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Though golf-club technology has advanced, the rest of the game is largely unchanged—course designs remain the same and caddies are still required to piggyback players across waterways. Embrace tradition with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $15 for a nine-hole round of golf for two with pull-cart rentals (up to a $40 value)
  • $28 for a nine-hole round of golf for four with pull-cart rentals (up to a $80 value)


Winter Park Country Club’s rates fluctuate throughout the week.

Winter Park Country Club

In 1917, toward the end of WWI, the greens of Winter Park Country Club’s golf course echoed with baaing and bleating. In response to the wartime meat shortage, golfer cleats had given way to hooves: the course’s links, designed by John Dunn of Scotland just 17 years earlier, became grazing pastures for sheep and goats.

This was just one of many course reinventions during its more than 100 years of history, which has seen Winter Park’s fairways expand from 9 to 27 and shrink back to 9 again. Perhaps the course's greatest claim to fame has been the legendary figures who have graced its narrow, tree-hampered fairways, including players with surnames such as Hogan, Snead, and Sarazen.

Players of all stripes, from greenhorns to green-jacket holders, must deal with difficult design and terrain, as showcased on the course’s signature fourth hole, whose dogleg left and tight out-of-bounds areas lead a troubling path to a green situated behind two large bunkers and a massive oak tree. The biggest challenge, however, may reside on the par 3 seventh hole, whose deceptively simple 165-yard length leads into a hard-to-read green with a shape-shifting flagstick.

Course at a Glance:

  • Nine-hole, par 35 course

  • Length of 2,470 yards

  • Course rating of 31.8

  • Slope rating of 102 on bermuda grass

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