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What You'll Get
- $199 for mini-golf league registration for one team of four to eight players ($350 value)
Choose from the following dates/leagues:
- Thursdays, June 9–30 (League 3)
- Tuesdays, July 12–August 2 (League 4)
- Wednesdays, July 13–August 3 (League 5)
- Thursdays, July 14–August 4 (League 6)
All Putts & Pints games start at 7 p.m. Cost includes equipment rental, but players may bring their own putters if desired. Teams of four–eight will compete for four weeks in an effort to advance to the championship playoff round. The top three teams from each league will battle it out for the ultimate 2016 Putts & Pints Champion on Wednesday, August 10. The winning team will receive a grand prize (TBD). Select weeks will be “themed nights,” and teams are encouraged to dress up. The course will be stocked with cocktail servers and a bar.
The Fine Print
Expiration varies. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Must be 21 years old - ID's shown at the gate. Rain or shine, no cancellations. Groupon covers team of up to 8 players. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Interbay Golf Center
No kind of inclement weather can spoil a day of productive golf practice or group fun at Interbay Golf Center. Perfect conditions? Play a round at the links-style 9-hole, par 28 executive course, or putt through rocky outcrops and water hazards at the outdoor 18-hole miniature golf course. Torrential downpour? Stay dry in the covered, heated hitting bays of the driving range, where instructors also foster improvements with lessons and club-fitting services. Junior golf camps enable young players to learn golf rules, techniques, and etiquette among their peers. Putts and Pints invites adults to flex their mini golf skills in a social league complete with themed nights and cocktail servers roaming the course so players don't have to decide between putting and using the tin cup to mix a drink.