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Reviewed September 19, 2014
What You'll Get
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: for $27, you get 18 holes of golf for two Monday–Friday between 6 a.m. and 3 p.m. at Rundle Park Golf Course (up to a $68 value).
Celebrating its 35th anniversary, Rundle Park challenges golfers of all levels on an 18-hole par 3 course framed by the North Saskatchewan River Valley. Tree-lined fairways lead to tidy, manicured greens, many surrounded by two or three sand bunkers culled from self-sacrificing hourglasses. Yardage ranges from 231 yards of steep play on the back of hole 3 to 95 yards leading to a shallow, wide green on the front of hole 17. Golfers can rent carts for an additional fee at the pro shop ($26 for 18 holes) or enjoy quick bites and beverages at the clubhouse located at the top of the park. Rundle Park's convenient online reservation option lets guests book tee times from the comfort of their own homes or hermetically sealed plastic bubbles.
Rundle Park Golf Course’s rates fluctuate throughout the week; plan ahead to make sure you’re redeeming your Groupon at the most opportune time.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 18, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit, limit 1 per tee time. Valid only Mon.-Fri. from 6:00am-3:00pm. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Rundle Park Golf Course
Rundle Park Golf Course provides a classic par 3 executive course experience, but it also includes shots and situations that would even be challenging on a normal, full-sized course. Two holes extend well over 200 yards in length—long par 3s by any definition. Tree-lined fairways and greens guarded by bunkers test players throughout. These obstacles are tempered by some much shorter holes that play friendlier to beginners and shorter hitters, who can use the course as a opportunity for building confidence and overcoming a reflexive need to apologize to every divot.