18-hole course with six sets of tees caters to all skill levels, and players can perfect their swing on the driving range
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$79 for 18 holes of golf for two, with two buckets of range balls and two $5 lunch vouchers ($108 value)
Berkshire Hills Golf Course
Six sets of tees may seem a little excessive at first glance, but at Berkshire Hills Golf Course, there's a method to the madness. The sets correspond to the length of a player's average drive, and the six sets of tees makes the course welcoming for players of all skill levels. Golfers are encouraged to visit the driving range to figure out which set of tees works best for them before embarking on the 18-hole championship course. That course was rated four stars by Golf Digest, and course architect Ben Zink included ample water hazards and uphill lies to keep golfers on their toes.