What You'll Get
Like the best films, the best games of golf involve striking scenery, dramatic tension, and a loose cannon who plays by his own rules. Give your golf swing the role it was born for with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$50 for a 9-hole golf outing for two (up to a $101 total value)
- 9 holes of golf for two (up to a $35 value/person)
- One cart rental (up to a $15 value)
- One small bucket of range balls (a $6 value), which includes 60 balls
- $10 food credit<p>
$100 for a 9-hole golf outing for four (up to a $202 total value)
- 9 holes of golf for four (up to a $35 value/person)
- Two cart rentals (up to a $30 value)
- Two small buckets of range balls (a $12 value), which include 60 balls each
- $20 food credit<p>
The restaurant menu includes bruschetta ($5), burgers ($8), and penne with basil and roasted veggies in cream sauce ($8).<p>
_Fescue's Edge Golf Club's rates fluctuate throughout the week._
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 16, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Fescue's Edge Golf Club
At Fescue's Edge Golf Club, the white blooms of queen anne’s lace sway alongside ponds dappling 96 acres of tree-lined fairways. Though most of the nine holes on the par 70 course nestle up to towering pine trees, some also incorporate these water hazards. On the par 4 fifth hole, aquatic obstacles sit on either side of the fairway, forcing the player to work as precisely as a bomb technician wearing a white shirt and eating a meatball sub. Sun-soaked sand traps, straight fairways, and five sets of tee boxes await players on other holes.
Off the course, cartfuls of players warm up at the driving range, where grass tees simulate the real course. Shelves at the pro shop brim with clubs and other equipment from brands such as Callaway. Fescue's Edge Golf Club also runs a banquet hall and full-service restaurant, where frothy glasses clink together on tables with scenic views of the course.