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What You'll Get
In a world without golf, ambitious employees would have to impress their bosses with cross-cubicle high fives and Nerf-hoop slam-dunks. Woo paycheck payers with today's Groupon: for $16, you get a golf package including 18 holes of golf (up to a $25 value), a golf-cart rental (up to a $10 value), and a large bucket of balls (a $6 value) at Antelope Greens Golf Course (up to a $41 value).
Antelope Greens Golf Course challenges experienced and novice players alike as its par-58 executive course draws them through up to 3,250 yards of landmarks, from an island green to a 70-yard downhill hole girded by bunkers and a creek. Rented golf carts zip through the sinuous landscape, dropping off golfers by their desired tees and taunting hitchhiking caddies. A course map offers an aerial view of the 18 holes, their landscape of watery obstacles, and an all-grass driving range where Groupon customers can exchange two tokens for 80 golf balls or a tarot reading.
Antelope Greens Golf Course's rates fluctuate throughout the week.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Subject to availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Antelope Greens Golf Course
Each round at Antelope Greens’ 3,250-yard, par 58 executive course takes club-toting quorums careening across a lush tapestry of tree-lined fairways and intervening waterways. Golfers can jump-start days of rapidly escalating one-upmanship with stints at the driving range. There, players can hit personal supplies of 80 balls off of all-grass hitting stalls and play games of longest ball, closest to the target, and most disastrous grass stain. Rented golf carts zip through the sinuous landscape, dropping off golfers by their desired tees and further expediting the already condensed rounds, which divoteers can expect to finish in 3.5 hours or less. Misguided spheres run the risk of falling prey to aquatic hazards throughout the course, most notably on the par 3 seventh, where tee shots must carry water on their way to an oval green girded on all sides by precarious pools. A course map offers an aerial view of the 18 holes and their encroaching waterways, allowing duffers to map out their plans of attack or scuba-diving destinations.