What You'll Get
Mark Twain once called golf a good walk spoiled, due to the then-popular misconception that if you left a beautiful golf course out in the sun, it would fester and burst. Chip away at his ignorance with this Groupon.
$189 for Five Rounds of Golf and 10 60-Minute Lessons (Up to $982.50 Value)
VIP cards grant access to 18-hole rounds at five participating golf courses: Jimmy Clay Golf Course, Lions Municipal Golf Course, Roy Kizer Golf Course, Hancock Golf Course, and Morris Williams Golf Course, which is closed for renovation until February 1, 2013. Ten 60-minute small group clinics, available only at Jimmy Clay and Morris Williams courses from March to October of 2013, aid in swing improvement and on-course success. Each cardholder is required to pay an additional half cart fee of $12.50 for each 18-hole round.
Rates at Austin Park and Recreation golf courses fluctuate throughout the day and week.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1/ person, may buy multiple as gifts. Tee time reservation required no more than 1 day in advance. Not valid for online reservations. Must mention "VIP Pass" when booking tee times. Must present VIP card & photo ID. Rounds valid anytime Mon.-Thu. & after Noon only Fri.-Sun. Morris Williams not valid until 2/1/13. Lesson clinics valid from 3/2013–10/2013 at Jimmy Clay & Morris Williams only. Subject to weather conditions. Not valid on holidays, tournaments, or league play. Extra $12.50 half cart fee per 18-hole round. All rounds and clinic lessons must be used by registered card holder. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Austin Park and Recreation
The Austin Park and Recreation department oversees the operation and upkeep of a diverse array of facilities serving the local community, including parks, swimming pools, golf courses, playgrounds, and tennis courts. Visitors can engage in outdoor activities to nurture an appreciation for natural surroundings and add to a burgeoning stick collection, or join artistic programs such as community theater and arts education. The department attained national accreditation from the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies, one of just 89 nationwide to receive the honor.