Golf parallels life in that the only way to escape rough patches is through aggressively swinging a club at something. Power through obstacles with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $25 for an 18-hole round of golf for two including cart rental (a $50 value)
- $45 for an 18-hole round of golf for four including cart rentals (a $100 value)<p>
Groups play the nine-hole course twice to complete the 18-hole round. Groupons can be used any time Monday through Friday.
Fennwood Hills Country Club
At Fennwood Hills Country Club, the transformative fairways of a nine-hole course invite golfers to play 18 holes, presenting different tee boxes during the second act for a distinct back nine. As clubbers loop the course, which was frequented by former sweater-vest model John Daly, they are faced with difficult drives into narrow, tree-lined fairways and approach shots over treacherous bunkers. The course’s innovative front-to-back layout asks players to approach three holes from entirely new angles on the back nine, which declaws the par 5—rendering it a par 3—and forces golfers to look at the course’s five perilous ponds from a new perspective, especially on the 16th hole, where rippling water pressures players to lay-up or risk sending golf balls into an eternal search for underwater Atlantis.
After a long day of putting and strutting in the sun, the club invites players to cool off with a beverage while watching sports in the clubhouse, test their forehand at one of four tennis courts, or practice splash-free cannonballs at the swimming pool.
Course at a Glance:
- Nine-hole par-36 course
- Length of 3,194 yards from the farthest set of tees
- Course rating of 34.5
- Slope rating of 112
94% of 62 customers recommend
“the course is in great shape.”
“Great 9 hole course”
“Greens were very good and well maintained as were the traps. The fairways were better maintained than the last time I played, although I found myself in the rough...”
“Greens were very good and well maintained as were the traps. The fairways were better maintained than the last time I played, although I found myself in the rough usually. Overall, it was a good experience.”