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What You'll Get
Mastering a peerless golf swing requires intense concentration on the arc of the club and a healthy disregard for the condition of your neighbor's statue garden. Control your projectile's path with today's Groupon: for $50, you get two half-hour private lessons with PGA Professional Dennis Dawson in Moorpark.
Inventor of patented swing aids The Swing Thing and Back Tee Back, PGA Professional Dennis Dawson draws from more than 35 years of teaching experience to sort out mangled swings and hasten golfers' progression on the path to lower scores. Having witnessed more golf swings than a sentient Scotch-Irish hillock, Dawson possesses a nuanced understanding of swing physics, allowing him to pinpoint golfers’ maladies almost instantly.
Clients can then dedicate the bulk of lessons to practicing corrective strategies guided by Dawson's fundamentally grounded approach, which focuses on critical elements such as balance, spine angle, and sleeping with short irons wedged under your pillow. In two half-hour sessions, Dawson strives not only to diagnose but also to fix swings, a proposition that is much more difficult for duffers who lack both the professional expertise and the ability to observe themselves without out-of-body experiences.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. 24hr cancellation notice or fee up to Groupon price may apply at appointment. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Double D Golf
As the inventor of the Swing Thing training aid, PGA professional Dennis Dawson often uses the device during lessons to correct imbalanced swing mechanics and develop consistent, successful swings. Drawing on 35 years of instruction, Dennis focuses on the fundamentals of a fluid swinging motion, particularly the importance of spinal angle, balance, and a follow-through that includes a seamless pirouette. While students hit shots during a lesson, Dennis diagnoses particular maladies responsible for undesirable flight patterns. Students first practice swinging without the ball or a caddy on their shoulders to get a feel for correct mechanics and then repeat the motion until proper form is built into muscle memory.