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Since its opening in 1973, Suppesville Golf Course's nine-hole spread has enveloped golfers in a pleasant cocoon of low stress through rolling countryside. The design team of Joyce Hamm and Stanley Suppes wove strips of bermuda-grass fairway among its trees and pastures, leaving water in play on seven of the holes. Once on the small bentgrass putting surfaces, golfers must face down circuitous putting lines that, like Shakespearean sonnets scrawled into sand bunkers, are difficult to read.

Course at a Glance:

  • Nine-hole, par 36 course
  • Total length of 2,783 yards from the back tees
  • Course rating of 65.6 from the back tees
  • Course slope of 102 from the back tees
  • Three sets of tees per hole :m]]
1691 W Ashleigh Ln
Milton,
KS
US

To step back in time to when the cedars, oaks, and pines around Wellington Golf Club were first groomed and pared away to make room for fairways and greens would be to see a landscape at once familiar and different. The year was 1919, and the sounds of cattlemen driving herds up the Chisholm Trail would ring through the air, accompanying the sights of a town not 50 years old. Yet that early course's modesty would be recognizable—and very much part of the draw.

The designers kept much of the surrounding growth intact, forcing players to thread their tee shots down somewhat narrow fairways to span the 6,201 yards. This emphasis on accuracy soaks through to the rest of the course as well. The relatively small greens' fast bent grass demands deft iron play and a soft putting touch. And getting there through variable gusts is half the challenge. But Wellington Golf Club doesn't leave its clubbers stranded in that regard—a driving range holds tees at both ends so that drivers can calibrate to different wind directions without relying on their protractors and trajectory calculations.

Course at a Glance:

  • 18-hole, par 70 course
  • Total length of 6,201 yards from the back tees
  • Three sets of tees per hole
  • Scorecard
1500 W Harvey Ave
Wellington,
KS
US

Once the location of an unassuming furniture store, the Warehouse of Terrors now crawls with otherworldly denizens whose only interest in carpentry extends to their victims’ coffins. Over the course of 20–25 grisly minutes, interlopers navigate mazes built from derelict pallets and wend their way through vignettes populated by ghastly mannequins. Zombies, specters, and clowns lie in wait in the dark rooms, between which lie claustrophobic hallways, uneven walkways, and exit signs that point only downward.

1690 W 140th Ave. N
Milton,
KS
US

Golf is a sport of physical precision and aerial dynamics, won and lost upon the pendulum of your swing. Brush up on your golf physics on Cherry Oaks' par-72 course, which boasts 18 diverse holes, freshly planted trees, tricky ridges, severe slopes, and varied fairways to challenge all skill levels (click here to read more about the course). A golf cart for one person is included in this Groupon, as is a large bag of range balls, fulfilling two of the top three wishes golf genies typically receive.

1119 N Main St
Cheney,
KS
US