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Can’t-miss bargain green fees at Quail Lodge and Half Moon Bay Golf Links

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A great bargain on a round of golf has to be more than just a break on the green fee, it has to be a great price on a quality round of golf at a notable course. With that criterion in mind there are a couple of great bargains that Bay Area golfers will want to take advantage of during these long summer days.

On July 16, as part of their summer-long celebration of their 50th anniversary, Quail Lodge Golf Club in Carmel Valley announced online-only promotional green fee rates of $99 after 11:00 a.m. and $50 after 2:00 p.m. These rates include a shared cart and range balls before you tee off.

The Monterey Peninsula and Carmel Valley are an easy drive for Bay Area residents, and with great rates like this waiting for you, what better way to spend a summer day? Make the short drive south and enjoy a round of golf, with lunch before or dinner after, at Edgar’s, the Lodge’s own restaurant, or one of the Monterey/Carmel area’s other fine restaurants.

Book these promotional rates, which are good 7 days a week, between now and August 31, 2014 using the promo code NGF and enjoy a round of golf on one of the Carmel Valley’s finest resort courses at a savings of up to $100 over the usual rate. In the mood for a longer stay? Click here and book the Stay and Play Package at Quail Lodge, which starts at $295 (+ tax) per night.

Another great rate that is a bit closer to home for golfers in San Jose, the Peninsula and San Francisco is the twilight rate at Half Moon Bay Golf Links. Click on this link and search on tee times from 5:00 p.m. on for a rate of $50, $55 on weekends (plus tax, cart included) – a savings of $130 to $140 over their prime-time rates.

The oceanside location of these two courses guarantees that golfers can squeeze every available bit of light out of the long summer evenings. This is a great opportunity to play a round of golf on one or the other of two of the finest courses in the area, the Old Course and the Ocean Course at Half Moon Bay Golf Links.

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