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What You'll Get
An afternoon on the golf course can calm and focus the mind, allowing it to shed the stresses of everyday life and finally remember where it hid the last slice of ice-cream cake. Swing your way to sweet success with today’s Groupon: for $99, you get one round of golf at each of six different courses from Mass Tour Card (a $300 value).
Mass Tour Card grants players access to six different Massachusetts courses, providing a vast array of stick-swinging challenges and landscaped beauty. Ranked amongst Gold Digest’s Top 50 Public Courses by readers, The Ranch Golf Club pits nearly 7,000 yards of sand, water, and breathtaking scenery against golfers’ wits, clubs, and breath-holding ability. The Bradford Country Club invites both aggressive and conservative play, and the meticulously manicured grounds of the Norwood Country Club entice amateur and experienced swingers alike. Mass Tour Card also admits club wranglers to the par-72 Lakeville Country Club, the 19-hole Bay Pointe Country Club, and the 6,532-yard Pembroke Country Club.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Valid on Fri., Sat., and Sun., after 12PM for Bradford, Lakeville, Baypointe and Pembroke Country Clubs. Valid on Fri., Sat., and Sun., after 1PM for Norwood Country Club. Pass only valid Sun.-Thurs. for The Ranch Golf Club. Not valid for tournament or league play. Cart not included. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Mass Tour Card
A Mass Tour Card grants golfers one round of golf at each of the seven Massachusetts courses. Golfers must pay the cart fee at each course, after which they can steer their electric steed through the Stone Meadow Golf Course or over the rustic covered bridge at Maplegate Country Club. Quail Ridge Country Club's course takes golfers through scenic conservation land and stone relics of its previous life as a farm.
Bradford Country Club's difficult, par 70 layout tests putting strokes with smooth bentgrass greens, while Newton Commonwealth challenges golfers with quick greens and narrow fairways. Par 97, meanwhile, invites players to experience HD golf on large screens, and Crumpin-Fox Club offers golfers a chance to play on a course inspired by the famous Pine Valley.