Golf is so beloved because it combines two of humankind's favorite things—hitting stuff and driving on someone else's lawn. Play through with this Groupon.
$195 for a Learn-and-Play Golf Package (Up to $612 Total Value)
- 16 9-hole or eight 18-hole rounds of golf, redeemable at City Park, Harvard Gulch, Kennedy, Overland, Wellshire, and Willis Case golf courses (up to a $280 total value)
- 4 9-hole rounds of par 3 golf at Kennedy and Harvard Gulch golf courses (up to a $44 value)
- 7 one-hour small-group golf clinics with a PGA instructor, redeemable at any of the six locations (up to a $288 value)
This Groupon does not include the courses’ mandatory golf-cart fees ($7.50 for 9 holes; $15 for 18 holes).
Held April through October, group golf clinics place no more than 8 pupils under the tutelage of a PGA professional, who instructs them in the ways of driving, putting, bunker play, and convincing the ball to sit still on its tee with the promise of an ice-cream treat. Five lessons will be geared toward beginning golfers, with the final two at the intermediate level. The included VIP pass allows members to drop in, request tee times by phone up to 24 hours in advance, or schedule a round through mental telepathy.
This deal's value is based on the City of Denver Golf's peak hours rates, while the City of Denver Golf's website states values based on non-peak hours.
City of Denver Golf
City of Denver Golf consists of eight distinct facilities that offer nine- and 18-hole courses set amid rustic, wooded landscapes with breathtaking views of the Denver skyline. Both the Harvard Gulch and Kennedy facilities contain nine-hole, par 3 courses, which accommodate novice golfers or advanced golfers.
88% of 134 customers recommend
“We have been to one lesson so far and my son really enjoyed it.”
“The City Park course is a challenge and fun. But you've got two practice greens. Note that almost ALL the course greens slope from front to back. So please help us...”
“The City Park course is a challenge and fun. But you've got two practice greens. Note that almost ALL the course greens slope from front to back. So please help us practice by re-doing one of the practice greens so that it is like a green from the course sloping lower at the front to higher at the back. This would help us out a lot and be fun. Thanks, Dr. Flores :-)”
“I like the new reservation link.”