HURRY !! Full Day of Golfing Including Lunch for £19 at Glenisla Golf Course (£57.50 Value) @ Groupon - HotUKDeals
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Notorious for her poor cookery skills and having a very limited range, Caddy Hole could barely muster the drive to serve bread and putter. Enjoy a spot of tee with today's Groupon: for £19 instead of £57.50 receive a full day of golfing along with lunch at Glenisla Golf Course.

In the midst of 180 acres of parkland, a pastoral expanse enveloped by undulating Scottish countryside makes way for a traditional and aesthetically pleasing golf course a short drive from Dundee. Glenisla Golf Course provides putters with a plenitude of golfing opportunities in its carefully designed course, while visitors are offered use of a glass fronted Lounge Bar and Restaurant along with cottage style accommodation. A well-stocked shop provides ample accessory for tee-off preparation including golfing attire, buggy and trolley hire.

Groupon golfers are offered a full day of golf and lunch at Glenisla Golf Course. Embarking on a putting adventure sees guests enjoying one or two rounds of golf and going on to satisfy the bread basket with a selection of English classics at the club's Lounge Bar and Restaurant which seats 100 guests and has panoramic views over the course.
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#1
How can this be getting cold votes lol
#2
#3
Its a long way off the Beaten Track !! as in another Time Zone !!
#4
Still a good present for my dad and my uncle

they love golf
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How can this be getting cold votes lol


Is it a good course? All of the courses that I've seen on Groupon in Edinburgh and Glasgow are either terrible courses and are really struggling.
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Fairly nice parkland course which was in pretty good nick when I played it about 5 years ago. £19 for 2 rounds and lunch is a steal.

Alyth is quite a nice course as well (right next door to Glenisla) incase anyone is thinging of going for a couple of days.

Edited By: killie99 on May 16, 2011 21:29
#7
I have no idea what the course is like but a friend of mine did say they had been and it was very nice

This is why I bought 2 :) his recommendations are pretty good

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