Golf in Mechanicsville

One, Three, or Five One-Hour Private Golf Lessons from North Carolina Golf Academy (Up to 61% Off)

North Carolina Golf Academy

Multiple Locations

PGA member and Golf Digest instructor helps golfers perfect their swings and other aspects of their game during one-hour lessons

$95 $42

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$55 for Three Golf Rounds, Plus, Range Balls and Cart at Riverfront Golf Club (Up to $202.50 Value)

Riverfront Golf Club

Suffolk

Designed by famed course architect Tom Doak, 18-hole course incorporates tidal marshes, tall native grasses, and towering oaks and pines

$202.50 $55

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Golf for Two or Four with Cart Rental and Voucher for Grill Food (Up to 47% Off)

Elizabeth Manor Golf & Country Club

Portsmouth

Club has hosted PGA pros Ben Crenshaw and Curtis Strange at a 6,642-yard course originally designed by legendary designer Dick Wilson

$123 $70

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$55 for 3 Rounds of Golf, Range Balls, and Cart at Virginia Beach National Golf Club (Up to $210 Value)

Virginia Beach National Golf Club

Virginia Beach

Sandy waste areas and frequent water hazards confront golfers across 7,197 yards of bermuda-grass fairways and bentgrass greens

$210 $55

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Three Green Fees, One Cart Fee, and Three Buckets of Range Balls at Heron Ridge Golf Club

Heron Ridge Golf Club

Virginia Beach

Challenging Fred Couples Signature Course with smooth greens and water hazards meander through wetlands, bearing good conditions year round

$189 $55

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18-Hole Round of Golf for Two or Four with Cart Rental (Up to 51% Off)

Hell's Point Golf Course

Virginia Beach

Set in Back Bay Wildlife Refuge, par 72 course showcases famed architect Rees Jones’s trademark use of multiple ponds and sculpted bunkers

$80 $45

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18-Hole Golf Outing with Cart Rental and Hot Dog Lunch for Two or Four at Ingleside Golf Club (Up to Half Off)

Ingleside Golf Club

Staunton

18-hole, par 72 course winds across the gently rolling Shenandoah Valley countryside with a 70.2 course rating & 123 slope rating

$120 $60

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Queenfield Golf Club features a scenic and secluded championship-length course, replete with manicured greens, arbor-lined fairways, and a top-notch driving range. Today's deal lets you putt and pendulum swing through the colorful links any day of the week, taking breaks to pretend that you are headlining a turtle parade in a brand-new Clubcar Precedent golf cart. With a practice green and bunker—plus lessons available from USGTF Pro Joe Richie—Queenfield Golf Club is the ideal spot for golfers to hone their skills and rehearse dropping to their knees after a stunning double-bogey.

1896 Dabneys Mill Rd
Manquin,
VA
US

Bobby Lopez's passion for the game of golf was fostered by the expert tutelage of world-class players such as Bob Toski, Henry Cotton, and "Wild" Bill Melhorn. As a "Class A" member of the PGA, Bobby brings years of experience to his teaching game, a distinctive approach to instruction, and the ability to leap wide sand traps in a single bound. Bobby works with each golfer's mechanics and techniques, rather than against them, during drills he designed himself to help pupils cut strokes and time from their hosted game. When not developing students' drives, short games, and club choices, Bobby hosts "The Bobby Lopez Golf Hour" on Fox Sports 1340 AM, and also takes time to support the USO.

12586 Patterson Avenue
Richmond,
VA
US

Patterson Golf and Sports Park provides guests with ample opportunity to work on their game while gaming against their friends. The fully lit driving range features more than 25 matted tee stations, 10 target areas for chipping and driving, and obliging range balls available by the bucket ($9.50) or bucket-based four-pack ($29). The 19-hole mini-golf course ($5.50 per player per round) houses a traditional litany of disgruntled bumpers, plasticized animals, and strategically placed holes that drive putters wild. Conversely, for those who want to swing horizontally, Patterson's batting cages allow sluggers to swing at realistic targets dispersed throughout an open field. Pitches zing past the plate at speeds varying from 35 to 55 mph. Dispensing at significantly slower speeds, the facility's tokens ($3 each) grant batters 25 gloriously hurled orbs.

12586 Patterson Ave
Richmond,
VA
US

Staffed by experienced coaches and computers who’ve sworn allegiance to the three laws of golfing robotics, GolfTEC’s motion sensors and high-speed cameras monitor swings and break down each individual’s form on a high-definition video display to get results. Sensors chirp with approval whenever they detect the perfect stroke or an especially witty golfing joke. GolfTEC’s certified personal coaches will point out flaws and strengths while providing golfers with tips on how to permanently improve their game from tee to green.

9017 W Broad St
Richmond,
VA
US

Golf balls trace high arcs over the driving range or roll toward mini-golf holes at Hanover Sports Park, where guests hone power and finesse as they work on their game. Waterfalls cascade into tiny ponds on the edges of the mini-golf course, where twisting greens provide a venue for families and friends to haggle over who gets to hold the scorecard. Sixty-three artificial hitting mats line the subtly curved, two-tiered driving range, which includes 28 heated and covered hitting areas and seven natural-grass tees.

The chime of sharp line drives resonates from the center's seven batting cages, where hitters swat at everything from high-arching softballs to baseballs zipped at up to 80 miles per hour. Hanover Sports Park's staff helps guests manage their activities and special events by creating group and party packages for birthdays and corporate gatherings.

11000 Washington Hwy
Glen Allen,
VA
US

Spreading the game of golf since 1904, the Virginia State Golf Association’s VIP card program grants duffers access to more than 200 courses for the duration of 2011. At each participating club, VIP-card bearers simply pay the cart-rental fee (up to $26 per round) to traverse emerald alleyways on a cross-state quest for hard-won birdies, elusive holes in one, and the secret flagstick leading to Space Jam’s space-time continuum. Along with access to an array of golf-friendly grassy monoliths, VIPs also receive a VSGA eClub membership, with which they can post scores to track their Handicap Index, participate in remaining 2011 VSGA One-Day events, and receive the Nov/Dec issue of Virginia Golfer magazine while charting their mercurial rise to the rarefied status of scratch golfer. Like your prized collection of artisan cheeses, the VIP card expires at the end of the year.

600 Founders Bridge Blvd
Midlothian,
VA
US