Are you looking for a great deal that you can share with however many people you’d like? Use these rounds yourself or bring along your buddies. We’re happy with whatever you decide. This is the deal for you!
Purchase 20 rounds of golf (either 9 or 18 holes) One punch=a Round of Golf. In other words, don’t be trying to separate your deal into forty 9 hole rounds. That ain’t gonna cut it with us.
Also, this punch card is to be used for the daily fee golfer. Don’t go buying ten punch cards and using them for a golf outing. Sorry, Charlie. We’re nice, but not that nice! It also doesn’t cover league play and the cart fee is extra. We gotta have a few rules around here.
20 Rounds to Awesome is a way for you to improve your skills and get in the golf you deserve.
After purchase, you’ll be emailed a voucher. You can download the voucher and bring it in the first time you play golf to pick up your punch pass. Our online voucher is cool looking, but its 8.5 x 11 inch size is not really suitable for your wallet. Savings of up to $225 of Regular Pricing!
Offer good until October 31, 2020
Tee Time Required
Cannot be used for League Play or Golf Outings
Cart Fee not included
Cart Fees: $9 for 9 holes or $12 for 18 holes, free after 5:30 p.m.
Recipient Name:* Required. Write the name of the person who will be the primary person on the Punch Card
Recipient Email: Write in the person’s email if you’d like to email the voucher to someone.
Personal Message: This is the message that is included on the voucher.
EXPIRATION If you’re worried about not being able to use your voucher by the expiration date, then you’ll be pleased to hear that the money you spend on your voucher NEVER EXPIRES. This means that if you aren’t able to use your voucher deal by the expiration date, then your voucher will simply turn into money that you can use at the golf course on greens fees and/or cart. For example, if you spend $50 on a voucher that you don’t use, then you’ll have $50 that you can on future green fees and/or cart. Please note that the “deal” of the voucher is what expires, not the money you spend on it.