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What You'll Get
Learning golf tips can improve your game, but receiving those tips via hand puppetry can lead to awkward conversations with head covers. Glean voice-over-free golf tutelage with today's Groupon: for $10, you get a one-year subscription to Golfweek Magazine from Indian Run Golf Course (a $34.95 value).
Golfweek Magazine collects golfing tips and news tidbits from across the world, offering insight into the realms of professional, collegiate, and junior golfing. Page-turners can peruse 45 issues of golf-centric articles, such as professional golfer interviews, gear critiques, tournament standings, and historical investigations that prove Benjamin Franklin cracked the Liberty Bell with an errant drive. Absorb game-sculpting tips from veteran golfers and professional athletes, scour the latest rankings to see where your favorite players reside, and stay abreast of overseas greens information with international news. This knowledge-bolstering subscription, which includes shipping and handling, ushers new issues to home mailboxes, P.O. boxes, or vacant jack-in-the-boxes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 8, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid until 7/9/11. Must activate by 11/8/11, subscription expires 1 year from activation. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Indian Run Golf Course
A multistory silo hovers above a long row of red barns just off the edge of Indian Run Golf Course, where golfers hunt pars across 5,456 yards of fairways that snake through the farming valley of western Snyder County. The course's front nine is shorter and more open than the back nine, allowing novice golfers or players weary from bench-pressing their driver to find their swings early in the round. Once a rhythm has been found, clubbers can test their mettle on the longer second act, which brings dense tree lines and several streams into play. Indian Run rents out gas-powered carts, so players can traverse the course's gentle hills while resting their legs or the giant caddy who carries them around in a duffle bag.