Playing a round of golf is a contest between man and nature, much like betting a tree it can’t drink a litre of milk. Pit yourself against the elements with this Groupon.
$19 for Two Discount Golf Packages; Each package contains 5 Vouchers Good for Free Local Golf (Up to $400 Value)
- One 18-hole round of golf at Larters at St. Andrews
- One 18-hole round of golf at Kingswood Golf & Country Club
- One 18-hole round of golf at The Meadows Golf Course
- One 18-hole round of golf at the Oakwood Golf Course
- One round of mini-golf at The Golf Dome
Please call ahead for most up-to-date scheduling changes.
Each course available for play through this deal challenges golfers with unique features and terrain. Larters at St. Andrews Golf & Country Club demands precision rather than lengthy shots on its course. Visitors to its prairie-river environs must heed woodland obstacles such as the 14th hole’s bordering oak trees. The signature fourth hole bookends the fairway with water and out-of-bounds areas, which continue to challenge shots to the green.
At Kingswood Golf & Country Club, devious traps dot the first four holes, which span a quaint residential neighbourhood. Players skirt the La Salle River for the latter half of the course, launching the ball across its waters for the 8th hole and aiming at an island green to conquer the 18th.
The Meadows Golf Course sets players on a landscape of fast and true rolling greens on a course that combines accessibility and challenge. The rough is a standout feature, with a unique blend of fescue and rye grasses appropriate to the prairie and requiring a fair amount of skill to navigate. It all starts from the 1st, which launches each game on a difficult par five.
At Oakwood Golf Course, The Par-3, 15th hole is their signature hole. Measuring 135 yeards from the back tees, players must carry a large pond from an elevated tee box. Those skilled enough to land on the green, must tackle the heavy undulated green.
The Golf Dome’s 50 hitting stations enable golfers to practice in any weather, and sessions are structured by time, not ball count. Meanwhile its mini-golf course is reminiscent of a walk in the park, as each hole takes players around stone walkways and past streetlights.
Golf-course rates vary throughout the week.