Every year, millions of innocent tees are hacked down, which in turn leads to earth-despoiling divots that cause bad golfers to erupt in ozone-destroying temper tantrums. Contribute to over-par pollution with today’s Groupon at Ballymeade Country Club in East Falmouth. Choose between two options:
- For $42, you get an 18-hole round of golf plus golf-cart rental and a bucket of range balls (up to an $88 total value).
- For $135, you get a weekday foursome golf package including four rounds of 18-hole golf, two golf-cart rentals, and four buckets of range balls (up to a $292 total value).
Ballymeade Country Club rolls out nature’s shag carpet with 18 holes of golf (a round regularly costs up to $80, depending on date and time of day) peppered throughout a meticulously maintained and sprawling landscape of glassy waters, grassy hills, and gassy sand traps. As you enjoy public play on this semi-private golf course overlooking Buzzards Bay, you’ll get to journey from hole to hole atop a speed-steed of a golf cart, arriving at each new challenge to the uproarious applause of your custom ringtone. Before launching dimpled astronauts into the Ballymeade moon’s 18 plastic craters, you can warm up your 1-wood with buckets of range balls (one for 18-hole round, four for weekday foursome) at Ballymeade Country Club’s driving range ($8 value per bucket). Check Ballymeade Country Club’s tee times to determine the best time for unleashing your foul-mouthed fury upon Falmouth fairways.
Ballymeade Country Club’s rates fluctuate throughout the day, week, and season; plan ahead to make sure you are redeeming your Groupon at the most opportune time. Ballymeade’s driving range is currently closed for re-sodding, but will re-open by June 1. Call for more details.
Ballymeade Country Club
A stately colonial clubhouse overlooks Ballymeade Country Club's 18-hole course, where golfers roam across a fertile expanse of rolling Cape Code terrain. The par 72 course presents undulating fairways that give way to multitier greens where even gentle putts send balls rolling over deviously steep slopes. As golf carts ascend to grassy hillcrests, golfers can bask in views of the surrounding landscape, such as the cerulean waters of Buzzards Bay, which is most visible from the 11th green. Journeys through the horticultural haven conclude with majestic flair at the 581-yard, par 5 18th hole, where the fairway doglegs right on its path to a large green stationed behind a small pond.