Greater Phoenix is one of the nation’s top golf destinations. 330 days of sunshine, hundreds of spectacular golf courses and an abundance of post-golf activities solidify this claim.
For the first time in recent memory, golf in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area is surprisingly more affordable. The country’s economic woes have forced courses to adjust their rates downward, providing golfers with deals previously unseen.
Deal Chicken is a Phoenix-based company and an affiliate of Republic Media (Arizona Republic newspaper and www.azcentral.com). Their mission is to promote local businesses while simultaneously offering appealing deals to Valley residents.
The initial golf offer will commence on Wednesday, March 9, 2011. And talk about making a first impression.
Deal Chicken’s debut will be a “Member For A Day” experience at the exclusive, member-based
Two golfers will have full access to Superstition Mountain and will enjoy; 18 holes of golf, car, use of the practice facility, clubhouse access, locker service, valet parking and bottled waters. As an added bonus, buyers will get two $10 gift certificates from Van’s Golf Shops.
The remarkable price for this Superstition Mountain package will be just $199 (retail is $470). Additionally, this offer will be good until December 31, 2011.
Subsequent offers will be:
March 23, 2011
Peoria Pines Golf & Restaurant – Only $28 for 18 holes of golf, car, a bucket of range balls and a $10 food and beverage certificate (and yes, alcohol can be bought with the certificate!)
April 6, 2011
A great on-course offer from Ahwatukee Golf Properties. Offer scheduled to be golf/car at one or more of their courses which include Club West Golf Club, The Duke @ Rancho El Dorado, Ahwatukee Country Club or the Lakes at Ahwatukee
May 2, 2011
An offer to purchase the Ahwatukee Golf’s Gold Card. With this card, you’ll receive preferred tee times and special rates throughout the year at all four of their aforementioned courses. You’ll also get guest benefits plus a host of other exclusive perks through the end of 2011.