What You'll Get
Like Shakira, a fluid golf swing harnesses snappy hip movements, looks amazing, and catches the eye of every passerby. Demonstrate a firm grasp of swing physics with today’s Groupon: for $28, you and a golfmate get 18 holes of golf at JC Golf's Reidy Creek Golf Course in Escondido. Though rates vary based on day, time, and residency status, this Groupon can be used anytime (except holidays or during tournaments), giving it a value of up to $56.
The Reidy Creek Golf Course challenges seasoned arm swingers and tenderfooted ball tappers alike with 18 diverse holes spanning 2,582 yards. Designed by Cal Olson Golf Architecture, the par-54 course winds its way through a natural valley with rolling terrain, providing new, nature-inspired obstacles with every hole. The greens are protected by water features and dramatically sculpted bunkers, which provide natural barriers that prevent armies of sentient mini-golf windmills from interfering with play. Whether you prefer to play on the weekend or while you are staying home "sick" from "work" to be courteous "of" others, this Groupon lets you tee off whenever the time is right.
Buddyships built on the greens are best when they are with other people, not immovable water hazards or selfish sand traps. Use this Groupon to bond with a friend, or purchase an additional for a four-person roundabout. Carts are not included, but can be rented for an additional $10 per person (two golfers per cart). Call to reserve a tee time.
This Groupon is not valid on course-designated holidays or for group or tournament play.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 11, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Not valid on designated holidays or for group/tournament play. Both players must be present to redeem. Reservation required. Cart not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About JC Golf
The 18-hole Reidy Creek Golf Course covers 2,582 yards in the rugged hills of Escondido, supplying guests with a scenic backdrop for club-based revelry. The rolling terrain of the par 54 course—intertwined with manmade obstacles such as sculpted bunkers, sinuous lakes, and wind—challenges golfers as they attempt holes-in-one. The distinctive course, designed by the notable engineers at Cal Olson Golf Architecture not to contain any two identical holes, contains a golf shop, café, and golf clinics taught by PGA professionals.