What You'll Get
Golf is a game of inches, just like billiards, lawn darts, and Chia Pet competitions. Comb through every inch of top-rated golf courses with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get one golf pass from Golfdealz.net (up to a $50 value).
With more than $4,500 in savings, the Golfdealz.net pass is a discount golf card that provides multiple discounts to chronic ball clubbers looking to test their skills on some of the best golf courses in the state. The pass beefs up starving wallets with bargains for 30 courses throughout Ohio, including markdowns such as four players for the price of three; buy one, get one round offers; and half off giant windmills. Newly acquired courses on the 2011 pass include Boulder Creek Golf Club ($140 in savings)—ranked one of the top 10 public golf courses in Ohio by Golfweek magazine—or Fowler's Mill Golf Course, which ranks among Golf.com’s Best Public Golf Courses in Ohio ($140 in savings), even with all the umbrellas and beach balls littering the sand traps. The Golfdealz.net pass also offers 68 free greens fees and weekend-morning discounts at seven top courses, including The Quarry Golf Club and Bunker Hill Golf Course. Use the savings to buy a cup of coffee to stay focused on the game or to buy a motorized mattress to take the place of your hard-to-sleep-in golf cart. Check the local rules for more information.
Though Golfdealz.net sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Golfdealz.net grants discounted greens fees for golfers looking to split fairways and sink putts at some of the state’s best golf courses. The pass offers multiple discounts at numerous participating courses, with bargains ranging from buy-one-round, get-one-free, to greens fees for four players for the price of three, to half off bedazzled rhinestones to glue onto golf gloves. Certain courses even offer special deals for tee times scheduled before noon on Saturdays and Sundays. Golfdealz.net's scorecard outlines each deal, helping players do the math as they plan a retirement fund for aging putters.