The dimples on a golf ball help it fly farther with greater accuracy, just as the dimples on a baby help it steal candy from gullible strangers. Find your adorable sporty sweet spots with today's Groupon to Maple Creek Golf and Country Club. Choose between two options:
- For $60, you get four rounds of golf (a $30 value per game after 2 p.m.) and four large buckets of range balls (a $7 value each, for up to a $148 total value).
- For $196, you get four rounds of golf (a $30 value per game after 2 p.m.) and an unlimited year-long range-ball pass (a $350 value, for up to a $470 total value).
The first 18-hole course designed by master link-itect Pete Dye, Maple Creek Golf and Country Club's rolling grounds have presented golfers with a serene, scenic challenge for almost 50 years. Wrapped about lush trees, tight fairways, and obstacle-ridden holes, the par 72 layout rewards straight drives and creative shots with 6,700 yards of smooth, walkable greens and a year's supply of tees for anyone who escapes the 11th-hole goblin. Golfers who nab today's Groupon have the option to split their four rounds over four visits, four players, or a combination of visits and players, making it the perfect single-day outing for a sporty family of four or a twice-yearly check-in with a plaid-loving parole officer.
A challenging course for players of all levels, Maple Creek Golf and Country Club takes pride in its well-manicured grasses and top-shelf facilities, including the Player's Lounge dining room, with an expansive view of the 18th green and two large-screen TVs. The driving range offers unobstructed practice for those looking to hone their swing or chip, and golf-cart rental ($10 per person, per round; not included in this Groupon) is also available for players who take a literal approach to walk spoiling.
Maple Creek Golf and Country Club
The first 18-hole course ever designed by legendary architect Pete Dye, Maple Creek Golf and Country Club's challenging course layout unfurls across 6,633 yards of tree-lined, water-kissed topography. The club's driving range is an expansive tract that absorbs players' practice shots as they prepare for the fast-starting course where the second hole is the most difficult and most willing to throw a tantrum. Babbling streams and rippling ponds add to the scenery of the pristine par 72 course, threatening the life force of ill-struck orbs on as many as 11 holes. Class-A PGA pro Jim Grossi roams the verdant valley, shoring up swings in lessons, on a never-ending mission to appease his golf mentor, who was half golf cart.
10501 E 21st St.
Indianapolis, Indiana 46229