Much like confronting a former bully at a high-school reunion, playing golf requires an efficient swing and at least three friends to cheer you on. Take a stand against a shank-producing stroke with today's Groupon to Palm Beach Par 3 Golf Course. Choose between the following options:
- For $35, you get a round of golf, cart, and range balls for two (up to a $74 value).
- For $99, you get a play pass good for 12 rounds of golf (a $220 value).
Starring in a recent episode of the Golf Channel’s The Haney Project, Palm Beach Par 3 Golf Course earned its place in the national spotlight thanks to its lush coastal landscape and celebrated status among players. Redesigned in 2009 by Hall of Fame golfer Raymond Floyd, the course sprawls across sweeping vistas of the Atlantic Ocean, challenging linksmen with sand traps, water hazards, and teleporting pin flags. Golfers grab a friend for a full round, joined by a bucket of range balls eager for pre-match practice or post-match cool downs. One of Palm Beach Par 3’s fleet of carts escorts players to their tees in style, sharing the road with the course’s attentive beer carts and the jogging trainees of caddie boot camp.
Golfers can also satisfy extended chip-shot cravings with a play pass loaded with 12 rounds of golf. Schedule a dozen solo session aimed at lowering personal handicaps, or split rounds with fellow players for an eventful day of course camaraderie. Players join Palm Beach Par 3’s star-studded list of alumni, mimicking past celebrity guests including George Clooney, Cameron Diaz, and the Hamburglar by hitting the links before retiring to the course’s tranquil bar or equipment-laden pro shop.
Palm Beach Par 3
Featured in an episode of the Golf Channel’s The Haney Project, Palm Beach Par 3’s acclaimed layout blankets the breezy space right between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intercoastal Waterway. Originally designed in 1961 by famed course architect Joe Lee, the course received a face-lift from Hall of Famer Raymond Floyd in 2009, adding drama to a water-kissed terrain that has hosted the LPGA Pro-Am and welcomed players of the likes of George Clooney, Cameron Diaz, and the Hamburglar. Stitched by the curvy trunks of vibrant palm trees, the course’s saltwater- and drought-resilient paspalum grass helps it thrive in its seashore location. Golf Digest Magazine listed it as one of the best par three's and Golf.com includes them in their list of the top ten par three courses in the U.S. With the longest hole measuring in at 196 yards, Palm Beach Par 3 provides ample opportunities for players to snag a coveted hole in one.
Course at a Glance:
Designed by Joe Lee and renovated by Raymond Floyd
18-hole, par 54 course
Length of 2,572 yards from the farthest tees
Three tee options