Stroll through 34 Texas courses and resorts for up to 120 rounds per pass with free greens fees, fare, and retail perks
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 28, 2014. Amount paid never expires.Limit 10 per person, may buy 10 additional as gifts. Must use golf pass by 2/28/2014. Valid only for option purchased. Must email firstname.lastname@example.org to redeem your golf pass. All questions regarding the card should be directed to email@example.com, not individual courses. Golf pass not valid on holidays or tournaments. Extra cart fees may apply.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Golf’s essential measurements include par, used to score a hole’s difficulty; handicap, used to denote a player’s skill level; and slope rating, used to rank the quality of a course’s downhill cart racing. Improve your numbers with this Groupon.
$50 for two Blue Sky Golf passes (a $198 value)<p>
Stride the fairways of 34 Texas golf courses and resorts while enjoying free greens fees, pro shop purchases, dining, and hotel stays at select locations. In total, the pass can be redeemed for up to 120 free or discounted rounds of golf. This year’s discounts include golf at The Golf Club at Champions Circle’s par-72 course and amid the politely clapping trees of WinStar Golf Course.<p>
Groupon buyers must email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive their passes, which will then be mailed out. No Groupons should be presented at the individual golf courses.<p>
Blue Sky Media
Blue Sky Media leverages a bevy of strategic marketing partnerships with premier Texas courses to grant golfers access to some of the state’s finest fairways. The group’s annual Blue Sky Golf Passes dole out fistfuls of discounts to courses throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area, freeing up some coins for golfers to use as ball-markers or throw into water hazards to wish for more coins. Between putts and drives, discounts on pro shop gear and fare refuel hard-swinging golfers and caddies exhausted from polishing the dimples of each ball.