What You'll Get
As required by game governances, regulation golf balls have 336 dimples and are made of rugged Kevlar for protection during the sport's frequent gun duels. Outfit yourself in your own golf armor with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of merchandise at That Golf Place in Williamsburg.
The links accessorizers at That Golf Place sharpen swings and wardrobes with a wide variety of apparel, clubs, accessories, and golf bags. Plant your feet firmly on the green with a new pair of golf shoes ($24.99+), prevent clubs from flying skyward with some grippy golf gloves ($5–$24.99), or fill a lonely gumball machine with a colorful bouquet of golf balls ($10.99–$42.99/dozen). The storefront's stocked clothing racks demonstrate the summertime versatility of golf apparel—sunglasses block the sun on the course or inside tanning booths ($9.99–$19.99), whereas shirts double as a rag for wiping up extra sunscreen ($12.99–$39.99). That Golf Place also stocks a wide range of clubs and putters, which are made all the more appealing by the store's free club-fitting policy with the purchase of any sphere-launching implement.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 13, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Not valid for sale items. Some manufacturer exclusions apply. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About That Golf Place
That Golf Place stocks a bounty of golfing equipment and apparel to assist players along the path to less stressful swings and lower scores. The shop carries a wide variety of gear by top industry brands, including golf balls by Callaway, Bridgestone, Taylor Made, and Srixon, and wedges by Cleveland and Mizuno. Additionally, the shop’s passionate staff tailors clubs to fit owners' preferences through regripping and shaft-fitting services, and also stock an assortment of game-improving accessories. Golfers can sheathe their woods or post-mulligan embarrassment with their favorite species of animal-head cover.