Though the Scottish shepherds who invented golf liked it for its challenges, Scottish sheep liked it because it gave them ample time to nap in shepherds' pickup trucks. Find your own reason to enjoy golf with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for a two-hour, up to 18-hole round of virtual golf for two or a two-hour, up to 9-hole round for four, plus a $15 voucher for food and drink at Library Sports Pub & Grill (a $95 value)
- $89 for a four-hour, up to 18-hole round of virtual golf for four plus a $30 voucher for food and drink at Library Sports Pub & Grill (a $190 value)
Library Sports Pub & Grill serves a menu of gourmet sandwiches ($7.49 and up), burgers ($7.59 and up), and an expansive beer list. Customers can also buy an additional Groupon to give as a golf-themed gift.
Play Golf 365
More than 80 of the world's finest golf courses come to life on the immense screens of golf simulators at Play Golf 365. While TVs keep guests abreast of the sporting events and food and libations from the Library Sports Pub help maintain high spirits, golfers can smash drives into the fairways of Pinehurst No. 2 or fulfill a lifelong dream of shanking the ball into the waves of the Pacific while playing Pebble Beach Golf Links. The simulators use TruTrac Tracking Software, which provides a statistical breakdown of each shot, including the total distance, clubhead path, and clubface angle at contact.
99% of 176 customers recommend
“Played Pebble Beach. Great experience. Especially liked the food service provided by the adjacent pub.”
“It says 18 holes but you get 1 hour per person regardless of how many holes you have completed. Not a big deal but if its your first time just make you keep a good...”
“It says 18 holes but you get 1 hour per person regardless of how many holes you have completed. Not a big deal but if its your first time just make you keep a good pace and you'll be fine. Very cool experience!”
“Golfing was great in December. I also enjoyed the food and beverages delivered right to our simulator room from the Pub.”