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Reviewed November 19, 2012
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What You'll Get
Like the seedpod of the sacred lotus, golf courses are filled with holes and cause feelings of euphoria when chewed. Chew the scenery with today's Groupon: for $49, you get 18 holes of golf for two and golf-cart rental at Beacon Ridge Golf & Country Club in West End (up to a $170 value).
Located minutes from the Village of Pinehurst's PGA paradise, Beacon Ridge Golf & Country Club enfolds golfers in well-manicured fairways designed by esteemed architect Gene Hamm and given a four-star rating by Golf Digest. The par-72 championship course meanders through clusters of pine trees and undulating hills, affording both beginning and seasoned iron brandishers diverse challenges and ample space for 200-yard runs ending in missed high fives. Nearly 6,500 frictionless yards of Bermuda fairways keep balls aloft and carts smoothly advancing toward each bent-grass green. Call ahead to schedule a tee time.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. By appointment only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Beacon Ridge Golf & Country Club
The clubhouse at Beacon Ridge Golf & Country Club is an ivory monument of colonial-era gentility with four columns and a neoclassical façade inspired by George Washington’s plantation home at Mount Vernon. Though impressive in its own right, the stately manor is hardly out of place when compared to the club’s golf course. Visitors to the grounds are greeted by a 6,494-yard circuit of well-kept bermuda fairways and penncross-bentgrass greens that winds through towering Carolina pines and bunkers of sand so pristinely white that they appear to be crushed marble or genetically evolved snowflakes that adapted to withstand the summer swelter.
The course reflects the vision of architect Gene Hamm, who showcases the natural charms of the North Carolina Sandhill region with rolling fairways, contoured greens, and water that comes into play on five holes. Tricky shot-making opportunities abound throughout the layout, especially at the 542-yard, par-5 fourth—the course’s most difficult hole—where golfers must clear a pond with their drive before navigating a fairway that doglegs sharply to the left as it approaches the green. To prepare for their round, golfers can stock up on divot tools or tees to use as toothpicks at the pro shop or warm up their swing and putting stroke at the synthetic-turf driving range and practice green.