Golfers learn to see clubs as extensions of their own bodies by learning to eat soup with sand wedges and caressing their spouses' faces with putters. Foster club familiarity with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $179 for four 18-hole rounds of golf and 10 one-hour small-group lessons at Bear's Best Atlanta in Suwanee (up to a $636 value). Players must pay an additional $30 cart fee per round.
- $189 for four 18-hole rounds of golf and 10 one-hour group lessons at Crystal Lake Golf and Country Club in Hampton or Eagle's Brooke Golf and Country Club in Locust Grove (up to an $850 value). Players must pay an additional $20 cart fee per round.
Classes provide individual attention in groups of 10 or fewer students. The sessions, led by one of the club's resident instructors, focus on short-game strategies, putting, swing mechanics, and other golf fundamentals.
Crystal Lake Golf and Country Club and Eagle's Brooke Golf and Country Club
The courses at Crystal Lake Golf and Country Club and Eagle's Brooke Golf and Country Club carve winding, tranquil paths through the woods, skirting past lakes and loping over rolling hills. The Crystal Lake course unfurls a verdant carpet of bermuda grass along its 7,203-yard expanse, providing multiple tee boxes and bunkers reminiscent of Scottish designs—replete with steep grass walls and tartan-patterned sand. The Eagle's Brooke course stretches to more than 7,400 yards from the back tees, bounding over rolling topography as it dives in and out of thick forests inhabited by wildlife and mustang caddies.
The rates at Crystal Lake Golf and Country Club, Eagle's Brooke Golf and Country Club, and Bear's Best Atlanta fluctuate throughout the day and week.
Prairie View Golf Club
Ranked in Golfweek's Best Courses You Can Play in Indiana, the course at Prairie View Golf Club is situated on 206 acres of environmentally protected land along the White River with scenic prairieland and five lakes. The Robert Trent Jones, Jr. design features natural wetlands with a rushing stream that comes into play on four holes, forcing players to demonstrate deft control or gilled golf bags. On the front nine, the prairie setting invites harsh winds to blow across bentgrass fairways, often knocking shots off course. As players make the turn onto the back nine, they notice a marked difference in the environment, as open prairies give way to tall sycamore, oak, beech, and cottonwood trees lying just beyond the Kentucky bluegrass rough. Across the river lies Conner Prairie, a historical re-enactment village whose elegant, 1830s-era style was adopted for the design of the course's 15,000-square-foot clubhouse.
Course at a Glance:
- 18-hole, par 72 course
- Total length of 7,073 yards from the back tees
- Course rating of 74.5 from the back tees
- Course slope of 138 from the back tees
- Four sets of tees per hole