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What You'll Get
Like suntans and the ability to throw knives at apples on top of totem poles, golf skills disappear if you don't keep working at them. Keep the magic alive with today's deal: for $25, you get 40 minutes of personalized golf instruction at Bob Burns Golf Company & Learning Center on West Edgewood Drive (a $50 value). Founded by PGA-recognized teacher Bob Burns in 1975, the family-owned-and-operated golf company and learning center specializes in all things puttable. Get personalized, one-on-one instruction from Bob's son Chris Burns or another of the company’s highly skilled sultans of swing. The instructor will tailor the lesson to each student’s objectives, whether it’s to perfect a solid stance and good grip or to stop burying expensive clubs and then forgetting their location. A custom club-fitting and computer swing analysis will add an edge to your game, and an indoor facility is also available in case of bad weather. Call two days in advance to schedule your lesson.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 26, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Reservation required 48hr in advance. No cash value. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bob Burns Golf
Before Bob Burns was a tournament winner, he was operating a one-man golf center just north of Appleton. Bob Burns Golf was founded in 1975, and in those days specialized in repairs, custom-built clubs, and golf instruction. By the 1980s, the company had grown—as had its reputation—and Burns was being invited to host seminars on club design, manufacture, and repair by leaders in the industry. His career on a perpetual upswing, the PGA Master Professional invented his trademark No Bananas driver around the same time. Today, his golf lessons are considered among the top 50 in the world by Golf Range Magazine, and in his downtime he acts as the accessible golf editor for Palaestra, where he focuses on making the game accessible for those with disabilities.