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What You'll Get
Golf is considered a gentleman's game because of its emphasis on proper etiquette, color-coordinated outfits, and the removal of all brass knuckles and inflatable billy clubs before competition. Doff your cap to its traditions with today's Groupon to Deep River Golf Range in High Point. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get five large buckets of range balls (a $40 value).
- For $30, you get a one-hour golf lesson at Scott Duerscherl's Academy of Golf (an $85 value).
Deep River Golf Range keeps balls in the air and out of the hazards with an expansive driving range and full-service golf academy led by PGA professional Scott Duerscherl. Five large buckets of dimply orbs allow golfers to swing freely while perfecting drives and chips aimed at flags in the fairway or zeppelins floating through time. Though not included in this Groupon, rental clubs are available for first-timers.
Links mavens seeking more personalized practice can tweak their games with a one-hour lesson at Scott Duerscherl’s Academy of Golf. Scott draws on more than 10 years of teaching experience to wisen golfers to the Stack and Tilt swing style, which has allowed vets such as Ben Hogan, Sam Snead, and Lee Trevino to swing with greater distance and control. The golf lessons, unlike screaming lessons with Sammy Hagar, are tailored to each student's individual abilities.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts for range balls option and 1 additional for golf lesson option. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Deep River Golf Range
From their home base at Deep River Golf Range, PGA-certified instructors Scott Duerscherl and Riley Kurtz help students along the path to lower golf scores. The teachers adhere to an overarching philosophy that there is no single perfect swing that works for every player. Instead, they tweak an individual's natural mechanics to create a comfortable swing that can be repeated even when hitting from difficult lies such as hillside dirt or camouflaged snares. During lessons with either Scott or Riley, students focus on the fundamentals of making proper contact with the ground in relation to the ball and controlling the ball's flight path. Casio high-speed cameras capture each cut for analysis with SwingView Pro software, which can spot swing-inhibiting problems such as backswing hitches and straitjacket polo shirts. On days when inclement weather prevents practice on the range, players can head to the indoor teaching area, complete with a sheltered putting green.