One great golf shot is enough to redeem even the worst of rounds, as evidenced by the man who's errant drive struck Isaac Newton in the head and spurred the scientist's revolutionary invention of the bike helmet. Slice your way to history with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $59 for an 18-hole round of golf for two, including cart rental (up to a $120 value)
- $99 for an 18-hole round of golf for four, including cart rental (up to a $240 value)
Duos or foursomes can choose to redeem their round at any one of Sterling Golf Management's five courses: Chelmsford Country Club, Newton Commonwealth Golf Course, Norwood Country Club, Maynard Golf Course, and The Shattuck Golf Club in Jaffrey, New Hampshire. At the Chelmsford and Maynard courses, players traverse the 9-hole layout twice for an 18-hole round.
Rates fluctuate throughout the week.
The Shattuck Golf Club
With eight distinct courses etched into the New England countryside, The Shattuck Golf Club promotes pin-hunting recreation for Boston-area golfers of all abilities. The longest and most difficult of the eight, The Shattuck Golf Club's 18-hole course kicks off with a 409-yard par 4 where players hack their way toward a green that is visually wreathed by the rising red rocks of Mount Monadnock, setting the tone for a scenic, 6,764-yard round. Groves of trees ensconce the fairways and barter over carbon dioxide at Norwood Country Club's recently renovated course, a relatively flat layout characterized by smallish greens and flanked by a lighted driving range. Lying between tall oaks for a picturesque par-54 round is the Rockland 18 par-3 holes course. Designed in 1921 in the Donald Ross tradition is the Maynard Golf Course, a picturesque par 70, 9-hole course with a full-service clubhouse. The same sylvan makeup returns at Newton Commonwealth's course, where lush tree lines cast shadows over a creek as it snakes across the fairways of seven holes. Rounding out the grassy octuplet, Chelmsford's nine-hole course takes golfers careening across 2,467 yards of narrow fairways, placing straight drives or skilled golf ball pilots at a premium.