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What You'll Get
Nature is man’s playground, which is why humans adorn golf courses with lush foliage and build teeter-totters at the edge of the Grand Canyon. Indulge in earthly amusement with today’s Groupon to Bailey Links Golf Course at Cedar Hills in Lenoir City. Choose between the following options:
- For $14, you and a fellow player each get a warm-up bucket of range balls (a $5 value/bucket), an 18-hole round of golf (a $9 value/person), a light snack (a $1 value each), and a soft drink (a $1.50 value each; a $33 total value).
- For $20, you get 10 nine-hole rounds of golf for one person (a $40 value).
Golfers of all experience levels can crush tiny white orbs at the recently redesigned nine-hole Bailey Links Golf Course at Cedar Hills. Opt for the 18-hole package, and upon arrival, a friendly staffer will supply you and a friend with two bushels of range balls that obediently subject themselves to your Frankensteinian swing experimentations at the complex’s expansive driving range. Once muscles have been duly warmed, pairs of golfers can loop the nine-hole links twice over for a full 18-hole game. After the round, each player can refuel with a bag of chips or candy bar and a soft drink to guard against hunger spells cast by enchanted flagsticks. Alternatively, individuals can opt for 10 nine-hole rounds of golf to hone their divot-tearing skills over multiple trips.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bailey Links Golf Course at Cedar Hills
Bailey Links Golf Course at Cedar Hills' recently redesigned nine-hole course provides a grassy haunt for golfers of all stripes and an emerald training ground for pupils learning at the spike-soled feet of the club's PGA-certified golf guru, Keith McElroy. With a nine-hole round, players can hunt birdies across a player-friendly layout in expedited fashion, freeing up time to read their nine-irons bedtime stories later that night. Duffers can continue their path to on-course mastery at the complex's driving range, where practice balls help players commit new techniques to memory while whispering sage advice such as how to differentiate between expansive sand traps and makeshift nude beaches. Players can loop the links in a peppy golf cart or traverse the fairway chain aboard their trusty footmobile.