What You'll Get
A golf ball’s dimples are painstakingly designed to enhance flight patterns, maximize yardage, and seduce disgruntled caddies into gentle sponge baths between holes. Enjoy the company of charming orbs with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get five medium buckets of golf balls at Trails End Golf Center in Oregon City (a $35 value).
Trails End Golf Center hosts hungry sluggers of all skill levels and schedules. With today's Groupon in the bag, visitors will be entitled to five medium golf-ball buckets that overflow with approximately 80 Nike golf balls each. The center's covered, heated hitting stalls allow for unseasonably long practice sessions, which quickly become unconventionally energized by the center's most percolating perk—free coffee for all golfers. Postdriving, players can take a few tender strokes on the chipping and pitching areas, or they can host an ill-placed picnic for two on the putting green, with most areas shrouded under the vibrancy of far-reaching outdoor lighting.
Though not included in today's deal, Trails End Golf Center does offer myriad masterful amenities. The on-site master club maker heals wounded clubs with re-shafting and re-gripping services, the center's high-tech Vector Pro system aids golfers in getting the most from each swing, and the modest snack-and-beverage area serves up a medley of glove-friendly fare.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 29, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Trails End Golf Center
Trails End Golf Center encompasses 45 hitting stalls and two grass tee areas from which golfers can blast golf balls across its 20-acre expanse, earning it a spot among Golf Range Magazine's top 100 ranges in 2011. Each hitting stall is fully covered and heated so that practice can continue in any weather, especially when it's hailing free golf balls. When game improvement hits a roadblock, golfers can enlist the help of manager and head pro Jason Kelp, who lends his expertise to help players of all skill levels—including beginners and children—better enjoy the game through lower scores and more frequent opportunities to domesticate wild golf carts.