The Scots developed golf to irk common loch pests, such as merats, locharoaches, and Nessie, who to this day rarely surfaces for fear of being beaned by a well-aimed ball. Keep your monster-vexing sharp with today's Groupon for 18 holes of golf for two with a cart at one of four courses run by Walters Golf Management. If you purchase for Stonewolf Golf Club or Pevely Farms Golf Club, you'll also get two buckets of range balls. Choose one the following course options:
For $49, you get a golf package at The Golf Club of Wentzville (up to a $105 value) on a par-71 course that plays from 6,344 yards to 4,929 yards, depending on the chosen tees. The well-manicured course features something for everyone, from the majestic right bend of hole 7 to the short uphill par-three on hole 16.
For $49, you get a golf package at The Links At Dardenne (up to a $103 value) in O'Fallon, which features Zoysia-grass fairways and manicured bent-grass greens along its 6,568-yard, par-72 length. Enjoy links-style play while tucked away in the scenic village of Dardenne Prairie. The challenging course concludes at the panoramic 18th hole, where twin water hazards occasionally combine to form Captain Hazard, the guardian of all of Earth's holes.
For $69, you get a golf package at Pevely Farms Golf Club (up to a $150 value), an Arthur Hills-designed course nestled in the Meramec River Valley. Taking advantage of Missouri's natural rolling terrain and winning personality, Pevely Farms features a links-style front nine and topographically variable back nine that combine to form a varied and scenic par-72 experience.
For $69, you get a golf package at Stonewolf Golf Club (up to a $140 value), a Jack Nicklaus signature course—one of only four in Illinois and Missouri. The Jack Nicklaus signature indicates that the Golden Bear was not only involved in the course design and stomped about, but also that he can manipulate a pen of truly mighty dimensions. Play through the course from any one of the five sets of tees, but don't be lulled into a false sense of security by the 100–150 yard hole 17—to increase the difficulty, Jack releases several actual bears each day.
While reviews are still growing for the Walters Golf Management courses, three Google Mappers give the Pevely Farm Golf Club four stars, and USA Today featured the club in a feature about public golf courses in St. Louis. Nine reviews compiled by Google Maps give Stonewolf Golf Club an average of 3.5 stars:
- The manicured zoysia fairways and bent grass greens appeal to golfers of all skill levels. The 18th hole, called The Terminator, has a severe dogleg to the right that requires an accurate shot combined with distance, providing a challenge for even the most experienced. – Nicole Harms, USA Today
- This is one of the nicest, best maintained, with friendly staff courses that I have ever played. Just an all around marvel! Lots of elevation changes, more than enough sand, and well placed water make this course a blast to play. – goalkeeper_13, Google Maps, Stonewolf Golf Club