“Fore!” became the designated warning cry for incoming golf balls when it proved both easier to interpret than a shouted series of equations describing the ball's kinetic trajectory and less suspicious than “Bullseye!” Show off your links etiquette with today’s Groupon to Meadowlawn Golf Course. Choose between the following options:
- For $16, you get a round of nine holes for two (up to a $36 value).
- For $28, you get a round of 18 holes for two (up to a $60 value).
Ever since it opened in 1969 on land that was once a dairy farm, the nine-hole, par 32 Meadowlawn Golf Course has tickled club-luggers of all calibers with its pleasant rounds of drives, pitches, and putts. Composed of five par 4 holes, four par 3s, and one par √-1 dogleg that can only be perceived by people with advanced mathematical degrees, the course entices beginners to the joys of the game with welcoming setup shots and shorter approaches to each green. More PGA-grade players, however, can test their mettle among the deep tree-shade of the fairways—braving newly redesigned sand bunkers and kraken-infested water hazards such as a lake and a creek. Meadowlawn’s well-maintained fairways and well-groomed greens are open for play year-round. Both options also include 15 percent off retail purchases from the Meadowlawn Golf Course pro shop Monday through Thursday.
Golf carts are not included in this Groupon, but are available for an additional fee.
Meadowlawn Golf Course
Built on a former dairy farm in 1969, the executive course at Meadowlawn incorporates a compact game of nine holes into residential Arcadia. Four par 3 holes help players develop their short game amid hazards such as a creek, lake, and sand bunkers newly renovated with tiny camels and to-scale mirages. The course also features five par 4s for diverse play while still maintaining a scaled-down layout that ensures a quick round, allowing players to get in enough play. After rounds, the onsite Upper Deck Grill refuels and rejuvenates golfers with a menu of salads, sandwiches, and grill fare.