It's difficult to hit a target from far away, which is why holes in one are rare and the Goodyear blimp has never been shot successfully with an arrow. Drive hard with a vengeance, thanks to this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $37 for a 60-minute private golf lesson (a $75 value)
- $69 for a 9-hole playing lesson (a $150 value)
Chris Tucker Golf
After more than 25 years as a professional golfer, including a glittering career on the PGA Tour, Chris Tucker has developed a keen insight into the game's nuances. Too often, instructors imply that the secret to golf lies in the clinical perfection of swing mechanics, rather than the aspects of the sport that make it enjoyable. To counter this misconception, Tucker takes a balanced approach during lessons, blending a personal coaching style with advice on swings and short-game technique. Beyond private sessions on the range or the practice putting green, players focus on the fun of golf during practical playing lessons on an actual course. As players move through 9 rounds, Tucker focuses on coaching the more abstract skills of course management and competitive strategies, such as when to take a risks or play it safe and how to ignore opponents sounding duck calls from the bushes.
100% of 10 customers recommend
“Chris is a great instructor and an awesome guy! We will take additional lessons from him soon!”
“Without asking Chris discreetly discussed his background and level of expertise as a golf instructor / pro. Very relaxed teaching session which allowed more focus on...”
“Without asking Chris discreetly discussed his background and level of expertise as a golf instructor / pro. Very relaxed teaching session which allowed more focus on training. Upon completion of the session the next day I received a written evaluation and assessment of my level of skils and what areas needed improvement. Yes I definitely recommend Chris Tucker. In fact I am enrolled in a follow up program.”
“It was a great experience. Chris was awesome. I would recommend him to anyone that wanted to improve their game.”