Like suntans and the ability to throw knives at apples on top of totem poles, golf skills disappear if you don’t keep working at them. Keep the magic alive with today’s Groupon to Coffin Golf Club and Riverside Golf Course. Choose from the following options:
- For $35, you a golf outing for two at Riverside Golf Course (up to a $70 value).
- For $65, you a golf outing for four at Riverside Golf Course (up to a $140 value).
- For $40, you a golf outing for two at Coffin Golf Club (up to an $84 value).
- For $75, you a golf outing for four at Coffin Golf Club (up to a $168 value).
Riverside Golf Course outings include the following per person:
- 18 holes of golf (up to a $20 value)
- Cart rental (a $15 value)
Coffin Golf Club outings include the following per person:
- 18 holes of golf (up to a $25 value)
- Cart rental (a $17 value)
Located only minutes away from the center of downtown Indianapolis, Coffin Golf Club’s challenging public greens inspire golfers of all skill levels to sharpen their short and long games. The course was originally designed in 1931, and its renovated, par 72 incarnation stretches 6,715 yards from tip to tip. Trek slightly north and embrace more than a century of history at Riverside Golf Course, which sharks its way alongside the White River’s banks with Greg Norman–like finesse. As golfers navigate the small greens of the course’s par 3 holes, they’ll get to dodge water hazards and shambling, feral biohazards.
Coffin Golf Club’s and Riverside Golf Course’s rates fluctuate throughout the week and season.
MAN Golf Management
MAN Golf Management’s facilities give players myriad ways to curb their golf cravings. Coffin Golf Club and Riverside Golf Course invite guests to play through more than 6,200 yards of golf apiece, with three to four tees per hole and prevailing winds that can send shots sailing into sand bunkers or water hazards. Meanwhile, the Riverside Golf Academy lets players practice on 16 covered hitting stalls, 18 outdoor hitting mats, two grass chipping practice greens, and one indoor putting green. There, instructors also host private lessons to help golfers sharpen their swings without replacing their drivers with lumberjack axes.