Every golf course goes through a rebellious phase, sprouting water hazards, obnoxious sand traps, or a butterfly tattoo on its back nine. Explore the ins and outs of more than 70 courses with today’s Groupon: for $35, you get a 2011 Utah PGA Golf Pass from Utah Section PGA (a $69.95 value), redeemable at all five Uinta Golf store locations. This Groupon must be redeemed by July 31, 2011, but the pass itself is good until December 31, 2011.
Saving the lives of more than 2,000 dollar bills in the form of golf-related discounts, the Utah PGA Golf Pass treats club-wielding non-Neanderthals to a VIP tour through some of the most renowned and challenging courses in the state. Start by taking in a free round of golf (nominal cart fees are required) at seven different courses, including Thanksgiving Point, Sand Hollow, and Stonebridge, formerly known as Trollbridge before the club called an exterminator. Discounts at more than 70 other golf courses allow thrifty linkspeople to buy one round and get one free at Carbon Country Club or pay $30 for a round with a cart and all-you-can-eat mulligans at Glen Eagle Golf Course. The pass also gives parents and offspring an opportunity to bond with special junior-golfer rates.
PGA Utah Section
The 2016 PGA Utah Golf Pass offers golfers discounted tee times and deals at more than 70 courses throughout the state. By paying the cart fee, pass-wielders enjoy free rounds at seven of the state's premier golf venues, including the Championship Golf Courses like Thanksgiving Point and Soldier Hollow.
Pass holders also receive discounts on range balls, golf lessons, and golf merchandise at certain locations. Check the website for a comprehensive list of discounts, all of which remain valid until the end of 2016 or the golf-cart union goes on strike.