Before golf was invented, grassy pastures were viewed as the exclusive territory of roaming sheep, herds of cattle, and overzealous Civil War reenactors. Celebrate turf’s competitive utility with today’s Groupon: for $49, you get an activities-pass package (a $297 total value) from Blue Sky Media that includes:
- A Blue Sky Golf Pass (a $99 value).
- A Man Card (a $99 value).
- A Ladies Pass (a $99 value).
The first 500 customers to redeem their Groupon will receive a $25 gift card to Hidden Door Med Spa, and a $25 gift card to 360 Med Spa & Wellness Center.
Blue Sky Media’s discount passes put some of Texas’s most enjoyable activities and attractions at the fingertips of fun-seeking clients. The Blue Sky Golf Pass permits adventurous golfers to putt around for up to 65 rounds at discounted rates on 17 of the region’s greatest greens, from top-rated Bear Creek Golf Club to the D.A. Weibring–designed Winstar Golf Course. Though each course has different dress codes, dates, rates, and rules about krumping on the fairway, players enjoy more than $3,700 in savings overall. Greensmen can augment their link-looping fun with the Man Card, which includes a free 30-minute sport-shooting lesson at Elm Fork, a bow tuning and hour on the archery range at Bass Pro Shops, a day pass to Summit Climbing Gym, as well as discounted access to golf getaways, shooting sporting clays, racecar-driving experiences, and no-holds-barred alligator wrestling.
More relaxing exploits await wielders of the Ladies Pass, which boasts up to $10,000 in savings for a panoply of rejuvenating spa treatments, including a free microdermabrasion at Hidden Door Med Spa, a free chiropractic exam at 360 Med Spa & Wellness Center, discounted laser hair-removal treatments and eyebrow waxing, as well as savings on dining, arts and crafts, and dog treats and toys for overworked canines. Ladies can also register for Elite Cosmetique, which includes discounts on beauty, wellness, and lifestyle treatments offered by salons, spas, and medical professionals in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. A detailed list of discounts can be found here and here.