For non-native English speakers, golf is not to be confused with gold.The precious metal, gold, should
be kept as close to the body as possible, while golf balls should be hit as far
away from the body as possible hopefully landing in waterways, sky-high trees
and expensive car windows instead. Polish up your golfing skills with today’s
deal: $49 for an 18-hole round of golf for two people, including electric cart
hire, two buckets of driving range balls and a bucket of four coronas at Busselton Golf Course ($144
Hit-happy folk do the golf dance all the way down to Busselton Golf Club, enjoying a day of meandering and distinguished gandering. Australian Grouponites grab a mate and enjoy 18-holes of putting pleasure, with two buckets of driving range balls. Electric cart hire is also thrown in the green mix to combat all transportation issues. A bucket of four Coronas tops off the sporting festivities and provides refreshment and relaxation, resulting in a true-blue ultimate golfing experience. Bro bonds are formed for life as fantasies of holes-in-one, birdies and terrific tee-offs are turned into reality, or remain as fantasies.
Putt-perusing patrons stroll through the gorgeous, broad fairways of Busselton Golf Course, breathing in the balmy scents of the red gum and peppermint tree woodlands, while catching glimpses of native birds. True fast greens are a prime feature of the course and founded in 1907, the club has a history panning over 100 years. International professional, Stephen Leaney, learned his champion-style swings on the course, then went on to place runner-up in the 2003 US Open and win the European and Australasian Tour nine times. Designed by Murray Dawson and rated as one of the ‘Top Five Western Australian Courses’ by Australian Golf Digest Magazine, Busselton Golf Course provides a challenging, serene and exciting game on the green.