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What You'll Get
Golfers learn to see clubs as extensions of their own bodies by learning to eat soup with sand wedges and caressing their spouses’ faces with putters. Foster club familiarity with this Groupon.
$69 for Golf Package (Up to $279 Total Value)
- 18 holes of golf for two people at any of the five Ahwatukee Golf Properties: Ahwatukee Country Club, Ahwatukee Lakes, Club West Golf Club, and The Foothills Golf Club in Phoenix, and The Duke at Rancho El Dorado in Maricopa (up to a $50 value each)
- Two sleeves of Callaway golf balls (a $15 value each)
- A driving-range card good for 250 balls (a $20 value)
- A 2012 Gold card, which grants preferred status when booking tee times and discounts on rounds and merchandise, among other benefits (up to a $129 value). Gold card expires December 31, 2012.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. May redeem across visits. Not valid for league, club, or tournament play. 18 holes of golf for two can be used on any course but must be used in the same day. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Foothills Golf Group
Foothills Golf Group’s three golf courses each carry the company’s signature: immaculately groomed sweeping landscapes. At nearly 7,000 yards, Foothills Golf Club showcases this purity of the turf with a challenging course design filled with elevation changes and stunning views of the surrounding hillsides. The Duke At Rancho El Dorados represents classic Arizona golf, leading players along a lush emerald carpet that winds through a desert landscape peppered with shrubs and cacti. The 6,713-yard Ahwatukee Country Club rounds out the portfolio with a fair layout that challenges all skill levels to keep the ball out of the desert sands haunted by the ghost of Peter O'Toole's caddy.