Without an instructor's outside opinion, golfers would never know about the hitch in their swing or the thousands of centipedes writhing on their backs. See things differently with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $40 for a one-hour individual advanced lesson with video swing analysis (a $90 value)
- $50 for two junior beginner lessons with one on-course lesson (a $150 value)
- $74 for three ladies' private lessons and two months of supervised practice (a $150 value)
PGA professional golfer Chris Scott meets one-on-one for an hour with a golfer to help refine his or her technique, employing video analysis to give detailed, personalized feedback. This deal also includes two sessions of supervised practice time.
The junior lesson package includes two private lessons that cover full-swing techniques and short-game skills, as well as an on-course lesson with a PGA professional that teaches young players course strategy and etiquette.
Alternatively, Chris teaches 45-minute private lessons for ladies on the fundamentals of golf, working with students to develop a reliable swing and how to approach specific course challenges, which can be further practiced during supervised sessions.
The Falls Golf Club
At The Falls Golf Club, lush zoysia grass blankets challenging fairways populated by more than 200 mature trees, saved or relocated onto the course, as well as miniature lakes and fairway-splitting creeks. The doglegs and sand traps were designed by Ed Schultz, Terry Houser, and Bob Saur. Poorly aimed balls splash into placid water or tumble over the course’s half-dozen waterfalls, and the slopes of two-tiered greens can send them rolling away from pins. The course’s PGA professionals await players hoping to perfect their form.
Adjacent to the championship course, the 20-acre recreation center invites golfers to warm up at a practice facility with a buffet of practice options such as bermuda-grass tees, artificial mats, and a 6,000-square-foot putting green. Nearby, an 18-hole miniature golf course beckons putting enthusiasts, and the pitching machines in seven batting cages launch baseballs and softballs with precision in the hopes of one day pitching for the Cardinals.
Course at a Glance: