Ben Hogan called the pitching wedge the equalizer for its ability to rescue players from difficult lies and because he used it to enforce democracy. Add character to your clubs with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$129 for entry for two into “The Season Ain’t Over Yet” golf tournament on Sunday, September 30 (a $260 value) $239 for entry for four into the golf tournament (a $520 value) Each option includes:
- One green fee per person
- One power cart per couple
- Bucket of range balls
- One barbecue lunch per person
- One beef buffet dinner per person
- Door prizes<p>
“The Season Ain’t Over Yet” golf tournament lets golfers test their skills against a field consisting of only of fellow Groupon customers in an 18-hole round of golf on Sunday, September 30. The tournament welcomes golfers of all abilities.
The Meadows Golf and Country Club
Golfers encounter ponds, streams, and diverse marshland throughout the grounds at The Meadows Golf and Country Club, which provide a sense of scenic continuity to its sprawling 36-hole golf complex. The four nine-hole courses can be played interchangeably for a variety of 18-hole combinations, all of which weave fairways through rows of mature willow trees on their way to large, bent-grass greens. Golfers can warm up for rounds at the full-length driving range or head to the 40-yard short-game range to work on approach shots, such as chipping, pitching, or threatening to replace underachieving sandwedges with flagsticks.
In addition, golfers can seek out inventive ways to improve their swings with lessons from The Meadows’ staff of CPGA instructors or decorate their golf bag at the pro shop full of rental clubs and equipment from top brands including FootJoy and Top-Flite. The Meadows Golf and Country Club also offers a club card complete with special perks and savings for frequent visitors.