What You'll Get
Before golf was invented, grassy pastures were viewed as the exclusive territory of roaming sheep, herds of cattle, and overzealous Civil War re-enactors. Celebrate turf's competitive utility with today's Groupon: for $132, you get 18 holes of golf for four, including a cart and four range tokens, at Fairfield Glade Community Club in Fairfield Glade (up to a $297 value). Choose between a weekday tee time or a weekend tee time.
Fairfield Glade nestles five 18-hole golf courses speckled with bentgrass tees, greens, and fairways into its stunning Cumberland Plateau resort community. Indigenous rocks join forces at Stonehenge to gently rib drives and putts throughout the 6,549-yard, par 72 course, which is also home to the Tennessee Women’s and Senior Men’s Open. Druid Hills rewards tee loyalists who imbibe its technically challenging layout of rolling greens, waters, and doglegs with sweeping mountain views. Heatherhurst recently transformed its three nine-hole courses into 18-hole fraternal twins Crag and Brae. A shorter but demanding course, Dorchester boasts water on eight of its holes, as well as challenging bunkers positioned to elicit skilled maneuvers and sudden-death sand fights.
The included cart ensures players don’t get bogged down with the weight and incessant chatter of their clubs, and the range tokens can be exchanged for buckets of balls at the driving range. Further tee-time information is included with the club’s scheduling instructions.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. 24hr cancellation notice or $25 fee may apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fairfield Glade Community Club
Sprawling across the Cumberland Plateau at 2,000 feet above sea level—the highest point between the Rocky and Smoky Mountains—lie Fairfield Glade Community Club's five courses, showcasing 90 holes of championship golf. Since the first fairways of the 18-hole Druid Hills course opened in 1970, the golf haven has expanded to include two more 18-hole courses and one 36-hole course. The most recent addition, the Stonehenge course, opened for play in January of 2008 and still perplexes archeologists hoping to decipher the meaning of its immense flagstick monuments. Players find themselves amid postcard-worthy wooded terrain as they traverse fairways bordered with lakes and crawling with wildlife indigenous to the Catoosa Wildlife Management Area, which nudges the grounds directly to the northeast. The beautiful surroundings and challenging course play have allowed the club to host several prestigious events, including the Tennessee Senior Men's Open and the Tennessee Women's Open.