24 HOURS LEFT! Save 50% on stays at great golf resorts with Hotels.com
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24 HOURS LEFT! Save 50% on stays at great golf resorts with Hotels.com



There's not much time left to get a Father's Day gift for the Golf Dad in your life -- but, never fear, Hotels.com has an incredible last-minute offer that could help you find the perfect present.

Through 8 a.m. Eastern on June 18, Hotels.com is offer 50 percent -- that's half -- off bookings at 10 golf resorts across the globe so you can spend time with the Golf Dad in your life in the not-too-distant future and play golf at a great property.

(DISCLOSURE: Golf News Net participates in the Hotels.com affiliate program, and we may make a commission on sales generated from this article. But this deal is fabulous, and we would tell you about it regardless.)

The resorts on sale for HALF OFF are:

  • The Lodge at Torrey Pines (Calif.)
  • Horseshoe Bay Resort (Texas)
  • Kiawah Island Golf Resort (S.C.)
  • The American Club (Wis.)
  • Reunion Resort and Golf Club (Fla.)
  • Sunriver Resort (Ore.)
  • Turning Stone Resort and Casino (N.Y.)
  • Pueblo Bonito Pacifica (Mexico)
  • Fox Harb'r Resort (Canada)
  • Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf and Spa (England)

The trip has to be taken between now and June 2021, so you have a whole year as your booking window. Use the promo code MULLIGAN at checkout to get the discount applied.

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