Like painting a portrait or fixing a computer, completing a round of golf is always more impressive when it’s done in the pouring rain. Enjoy equally impressive fair-weathered fores with today’s Groupon: for $189, you get a VIP golf package at Spring Hill Golf Course (up to an $810 total value). The package includes the following:
- Ten 18-hole rounds of golf (up to a $23 value each). For each round, customers must pay a mandatory cart fee of $16 that is not covered in this Groupon.
- 10 one-hour small-group golf lessons (a $50 value each)
- 10 buckets of driving-range balls (an $8 value each)
Originally built in 1930, Spring Hill Golf Course spans 6,700 yards of kempt fairways cleaved into a verdant expanse of rolling terrain. The par 72 course snakes through the charming Spring Hill College campus, challenging golfers with towering tree lines, subtle elevation changes, and rogue professors interrogating passersby about the lost history of the mashie niblick. Prepare for the championship course’s manifold hazards with 10 one-hour small-group lessons from one of the course’s resident aces, who helps pupils master the game’s essential techniques and better understand life from a flagstick’s perspective. Classes never exceed 10 students in size, ensuring that each student’s swing receives ample attention and corrective treatment. Aspiring aces also get 10 18-hole rounds, affording them opportunities to play the course from all four sets of tees. Ten buckets of driving-range balls further facilitate game-honing devotion, allowing players to warm up before each round and to continue to master concepts introduced during clinics.
Spring Hill Golf Course’s rates vary throughout the day and week.
Spring Hill Golf Course
Originally built in 1930, Spring Hill Golf Course spans 6,665 yards of kempt fairways lined by mature trees and interspersed water hazards. The par 72 course snakes through the charming Spring Hill College campus, challenging golfers with subtle elevation changes, six ponds, and rogue professors interrogating passersby about the lost history of the mashie niblick. The driving range prepares golfers for their 18-hole odyssey, which begins with an unforgiving first hole—a 435-yard par 4 rated the course's most difficult.
PGA professional Shane Allen oversees the stately grounds, employing digital video analysis in lessons for juniors, adults, and caddies desperate to determine their most intimidating post-putt howl.
Course at a Glance:
- 18-hole, par 72 course
- Length of 6,665 yards from the farthest tees
- Course rating of 71.3 from the farthest tees
- Slope rating of 124 from the farthest tees
- Four tee options