Golf, like boxing, is considered a gentleman’s sport, requires specialized gloves, and is frequently enlivened by colorful pregame trash talk. Become champion of the greens with today's Groupon: for $32, you get one round of golf for two and a cart rental at Pheasant Run Golf Course in O'Fallon (up to a $64 value).
Pairs of golfers drive and putt their way across 3,200 yards of wooded fairway at Pheasant Run Golf Course’s 18-hole course. Zip between greens on an included golf cart as you and a partner take on the par 57 course, whose smattering of par fours, undulating terrain, and watery obstacles haunted by the ghosts of Davy Jones's Scottish cousins challenge golfers of most skill levels. Additionally, strategically placed lights illuminate all 18 holes to facilitate late-evening rounds. After a game, pilot your lumbering four-wheeled steed to The Roost bar and grill to refuel with snacks, entrees, and drinks—not included with today’s deal—and rehash funny moments from the round, such as the time your golf buddy tricked you into believing your 9 iron was a live snake.
Pheasant Run Golf Course's rates fluctuate throughout the week and vary based on age.
Golf Headquarters attracts golfers of all stripes with three courses, including the 18-hole executive Pheasant Run Golf Course, an 18-hole pitch-and-putt course, and an 18-hole miniature-golf course. The par 57 Pheasant Run Golf Course challenges players to send orbs spinning past bunkers and water hazards even after the sun has set, when lights illuminate the zoysia fairways for golfers who haven’t yet acquired an owl familiar to guide them through the night. When winter blows in, players can take to the driving range, where 12 of the 40 hitting stations are covered and heated, and aim balls toward raised target greens. At the clubhouse, a 2,500-square-foot pro shop nestles alongside the Roost, where guests can perch at a horseshoe-shaped oak bar or rest by a gas fireplace on the patio as they drink in views of golfers sprinting across the finish line at the 18th hole.
More casual players can tackle the pitch-and-putt course, where balls must cross distances of 40–100 yards to reach the full-size greens, or hone their short game at the miniature-golf course, dotted with serene ponds, streams, and waterfalls.
205 Tri-Sports Dr.
O'Fallon, Missouri 63368Get Directions