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Hit the links in style with today’s side deal, where $49 gets you 18 holes and a cart at one of the oldest golf courses in the country, the Old Course at Bedford Springs (up to $79 value). The course was named one of the best golf courses in America for 2009/10 by Zagat and hailed as one of the best courses you can play in Pennsylvania by Golfweek. As seen in this sophisticated satellite image, the course is a lush, green setting in scenic Bedford, Pennsylvania.
There’s nothing like playing a relaxing round of golf with a few friends at the Old Course. Imagine yourself in the open air with gentle winds blowing through the beautiful, old trees lining the pristine fairways—a scene hardly offset by the tension of refused mulligans and three-shot spectacles leading your compadres deep into the woodsy rough.
The course is recently restored and well manicured. The difficulty level can be described as challenging, but forgiving. Erik K. Barzeski of The Sand Trap says of the course’s design, “With three designers and a wide array of holes that ask you to hit nearly every shot with every club in the bag, the Old Course will provide a challenge to even the most seasoned and skilled golfer, yet the fairly gentle nature of the course will not overly penalize the bogey golfer.” Your clubs will appreciate the dramatic reduction in chucking and cursing.
Best of all, you won’t be depending on a caddy for assistance. The included cart will be your workhorse. Don’t forget to tip your cart with a few bucks in the tailpipe at day’s end.
Zagat named the Old Course at Bedford Springs one of the best golf courses in America for 2009/10, while Golfweek called it one of the Best Courses You Can Play in PA. The course also received the 2009 National Preservation Honor Award from the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 30, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.