Day of Golf For Two (£9.50) or Four (£18) at Greys Green Golf Course (Up to 63% Off)
- Challenging and varied par 71, 5933 yard main course
- Two nine hole courses
- Set in the Chilterns ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’
- Any number of games can be played on chosen day
- Suitable for all abilities
- No strict dress code
- Equipment available for hire
Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking not required. Retain voucher for redemption at venue. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Equipment hire available from £2. Opening times vary dependent on seasonal light conditions; enquire upon booking. All play subject to light and weather conditions. Valid on option purchased only. Original values verified 17 May 2012 at 2.03pm.
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Though golf is flog spelled backwards, it is rarely played at antiques auctions or car boot sales. Drive off with today's Groupon from Greys Green Golf Course. Choose from the following options:• £9.50 for a day of golf for two people (Up to 60% off)
• £18 for a day of golf for four people (Up to 63% off)
Placing the emphasis on the game itself, Greys Green Golf Course is a stripped back venue for passionate players, with a design and layout that challenges without the need for bunkers or water features. Meticulously tended to by the dedicated green-keepers, the course makes use of the natural environment, avoiding manmade landscaping and leaving trimmed fairways lined by colourful flora and farmland grass.
Originally opened as a par three course, Greys Green has since grown to encompass 36 holes, all of which can be experienced in a days’ worth of golf. Guests can play as many or as few holes as pleases over a full day, with a laidback approach welcoming novices and hotshots alike to this ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’ nestled away in the Chilterns.
Reviews for Greys Green have been largely positive, and golfers write favourably of the varied nature of the course and value for money.
Great value for money.
– Richard D, GolfShake, May 2012
A basic course, great for beginners, or intermediate players looking to improve without the challenge of bunkers, as there aren't any. Watch out for the rough though, that’s tough!
– Gary D, GolfShake, Apr 2012