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Reviewed June 15, 2013
What You'll Get
The family is the basic unit of society—yet, statistically, family members are the very people who are most likely to steal your extra KFC Double Down Sandwich™. Solidify family alliances and suss out enemies with today's Groupon. For $25, you get a family fun pack at Arundel Golf Park in Glen Burnie. The package includes 12 vouchers for use toward mini golf (four rounds), the driving range (four buckets), and batting cages (four tokens) to use individually, as a family, or to split with a friend.
Arundel challenges Mother Nature herself with its covered and heated driving range. At night, swingers can stay in the game thanks to extended hours (until 8:30 every night except Sundays) and lit facilities. With four rounds of mini golf, perfect putting skills or rustle up friends for a round on Arudel's well-manicured little greens. The golf park also boasts batting cages, allowing visitors the chance to hone their hitting skills. A staff of PGA gurus keeps the facilities all-age friendly.
Due to the weather, making plans to whack balls or crunch baseballs is harder than relying on the blender to complete your algebra assignments. With this Groupon, you'll be able to hone skills all year long, licking arm muscles into shape like a tongue-caressed ice-cream cone. Exhaust your nephews, one-up your cubicle mate, or find a more athletic outlet for your employmentness.
Arundel Golf Park has a 3.5-star rating from three Yelpers:
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Arundel Golf Park
A golf course is where players go to test their skills, but Arundel Golf Park is where those skills are formed. At Arundel's outdoor facility, instructors teach private and group classes and hold supervised practice sessions, in which they periodically check in with students as they drive ball after ball at a driving range protected from the wind and distracting cries of caddies. During "fitting days," golfers bring in their current clubs to have one of Arundel's pros determine their ideal length, loft, and other specs.
While golf remains the focus at Arundel Golf Park, the facilities have a couple of other ways visitors can work on their swings. An 18-hole mini-golf course shrinks the game down to a fun challenge of angles and finesse, and batting cages let players set aside the elegant, nuanced game of golf to simply enjoy bashing round things with blunt objects.