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The Hershey Golf Collection offers a few golf packages that make great gifts for all sorts of duffers. The Short & Sweet package makes a nice last-minute getaway, offering a room at The Hotel Hershey, 18 holes, a golf cart, access to practice facilities and admission to the fragrant Hershey Gardens and The Hershey Story, The Museum on Chocolate Avenue.
Geared toward couples, the Hershey Golf & Spa package includes accommodations at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel, 18 holes, a golf cart, lunch at the country club and indulgent chocolate-inspired spa treatments. Ladies will love the whipped cocoa bath, and men can soak in a chocolate hydrotherapy bath. Both will get a 50-minute massage and $125 worth of spa services or products. Then have a healthy lunch at The Oasis, the spa’s restaurant, which serves dishes like butternut squash bisque and roast beef with couscous and asparagus. The package also includes entry to the romantic Hershey Gardens and the history museum.
For those who want to try out all the courses, opt for the Hershey Golf Collection package. It gives you unlimited play on all the greens, use of golf carts, access to practice facilities, daily club cleaning and storage, a golf gift set and guaranteed advance starting times, plus breakfast and accommodations at The Hotel Hershey. If you can tear yourself away from the fairways, you also get admission to the gardens and museum. Families will want to take a swing at the Golf Fore Family Experience, a day package that lets you experience the nine-hole Spring Creek course. The deal is good for a group of four, with rental clubs, four sleeves of balls and four snacks, so you won’t go hungry while you soak in the Pennsylvania countryside.