What You'll Get
The game of golf can be a battle against Mother Nature, which is why many courses implore golfers to keep their shirt tucked into shorts woven from life-sustaining licorice ropes. Vanquish matriarchal meadows with today's Groupon: for $99, you and three fellow club-wielders can enjoy an 18-hole round of golf including two cart rentals at The Village Golf Club in Conroe (up to a $200 value. This deal is valid anytime Monday–Friday and after 10 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday; it may not be redeemed on holidays.
A grassy monolith of 27 scenic holes, The Village Golf Club unveils challenging twists and turns on three distinct nine-hole courses that can be seamlessly paired for an 18-hole round. Regardless of the 18-hole subset in which you partake, ill-struck shots may stray into the sinister clutches of mature trees and elderly ponds that haunt the entire layout, but flush drives benefit from the self-grooming advice of the course's exceedingly manicured fairways. The two less difficult nine-hole layouts—Winged Foot and Thunderbird—invite pitches, chips, and putts onto the kempt short grass of recently renovated putting surfaces, and Rolling Hills—the most challenging of the tee-to-green triumvirate—demands tee-shot fortitude on the 157-yard par three 21st hole, a breathtaking island green.
With today's deal, all four divoteers receive one full round of golf, but two people must ride in each cart, which obeys only passengers who comply with the course dress code, implicitly forbidding frayed togas.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Subject to availability. Not valid before 10AM Sat.-Sun. Not valid on holidays. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Village Golf Club
The Village Golf Club showcases challenging twists and turns on three distinct nine-hole courses that can be played separately or paired interchangeably for an 18-hole round. Throughout the entire 27-hole complex, ill-struck shots may stray into the sinister clutches of mature trees and ponds that haunt the fairways. The two less difficult nine-hole layouts—Winged Foot and Thunderbird—demand accurate pitches, chips, and putts onto the surface of recently renovated putting surfaces. The Rolling Hills course—the most challenging of the tee-to-green triad—demands a brave tee shot on its 157-yard par 3 third hole, which features a breathtaking island green.
Golf balls rain onto the 300-yard landing zone of the onsite driving range, where golfers can prop balls up on all-natural grass tees or steer clear of territorial earthworms by warming up on artificial mats. After a day spent hunting pars, the Village Restaurant sates appetites with a menu of classic sandwiches, soups, and salads.