What You'll Get
Golf balls are like cottage cheese—they're white, they're dimpled, and they taste terrible. Put dimpled orbs to better use with today's Groupon: for $55, you and a guest get to play 18 holes of golf and use of a cart (up to a $110 value) at Kahler Glen Golf & Ski Resort in Leavenworth.
At Kahler Glen Golf & Ski Resort, golfers tee off on a challenging, tranquil 18-hole course offering panoramic views of the Cascade Mountains from each tee. The course covers 5,893 yards of mountain terrain that tests players' abilities with tight fairways, water hazards, sand traps, and a mandatory trigonometry exam after the seventh hole. While zooming along the course in a motorized cart, golfers can take in vistas of snow-capped peaks backing verdant evergreens and pristine alpine ponds. The resort also boasts an aqua driving range with floating greens, a fleet of lederhosen-clad yodelers, and a full-service restaurant and lounge.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Must be 18 or older to rent cart. Not valid for special events, tournaments, or holidays. Rounds of golf may be shared. Not valid on Saturdays before 12PM. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Kahler Glen Golf & Ski Resort
Depending on the time of year, exploring Kahler Glen Golf & Ski Resort's patch of evergreen forest in Leavenworth requires either a set of golf clubs or a pair of cross country skis. On clear summer days, the grass shines green and the snowcapped peaks of the Cascades dominate the horizon as visitors strap on their golf bags and voyage through the scenic mountain course. The 5,893-yard layout leads golfers past towering evergreen trees, en route to a par 70.
In the winter, snow blankets the terrain and fairways instantly transform into cross-country ski trails. Kahler Glen grooms several kilometers of private trails, which connect to the Lake Wenatchee trail system just to the northwest, adding up to more than 30 kilometers of skiable terrain and Yeti walking trails.