18 Hole Round of Golf For Two With Breakfast Roll and Hot Drink for £19 at Burlish Park Golf Course (Up to 70% Off)
- Challenging and varied par 71, 6071 yard course
- Located on the outskirts of Kidderminster
- Clubhouse and pro-shop
- 18 holes of golf for two
- Includes range of breakfast rolls and tea or coffee each
- Suitable for all abilities
- Valid 7 days a week
Limit 1 per 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required. 48 hour cancellation policy. Valid Mon-Fri 8am-sundown; Sat-Sun 1pm-sundown. Limited weekend availability. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Must wear standard golf attire (trousers, collared shirts, golf shoes). Tee time may be shared with another pair. Valid for food/drinks worth up to £4pp. Excludes equipment. Original value based on peak tee-off adult rate.
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Like a trip to a Mediterranean party island, a golf game often involves playing in the sand, funky clothing, and lots of clubs. Have a ball with today’s Groupon: £19 for an 18 hole round of golf for two with breakfast roll and hot drink at Burlish Park Golf Club.
The wizards of the white orb at Burlish Park Golf Club have conjured up some golfing magic on their par 71 course designed for players of all or no handicaps. Unfurling neatly over lush and undulating countryside, the all-weather course features numerous tricky holes and pesky water hazards. Kings and queens of the swing can also make use of the clubhouse post-game or browse in the pro-shop for a bag of seeds to help catch those elusive birdies.
Fuelled on a breakfast roll, toast, or just a hot drink, those stepping up to meet the challenge of this 6071 yard course may be in for a few surprises, with a number of testing holes laying down the golfing gauntlet. The par five at the seventh hole features a slight dog leg to the right of the tee and balls may fall into rough company if accuracy is found wanting. The gate to the green is guarded closely by bunkers on either side, making a tempered approach useful. Towards the end of the back nine is another par five at the 17th, where big hitters might fancy making the green in two, though four bunkers and a water hazard en route make it debatable whether fortune will really favour the brave.