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November 18, 2012
November 18, 2012
What You'll Get
Golfers are the earth's protectors, frequenting the driving range to return circular, hardened cloud fragments to the sky from which they accidentally fell. Learn from a lifetime do-gooder with today’s Groupon: for $45, you get a nine-hole golf lesson with a professional golfer from Executive Links (a $100 value).
Executive Links representative Adam Byrne imparts his formidable ball-clubbing know-how to players of all ages and experience levels. An avid golfer since the age of 10, Adam has guided golfers as an Assistant PGA Professional for adults and certified instructor for children, commandeering a high-school golf camp for teens. Adam meets customers at a course of their choosing for nine holes of instruction and a polo-shirt-ironing tutorial. With each drive and long putt, Adam observes the customer’s form and offers advice to sharpen both the physical and mental aspects of their tee-to-green playing. Under Adam's tutelage, players learn to manage the course with newfound acumen, reduce unwanted slicing, lengthen drives, and intensify celebratory dances.
Customers must pay for round of golf at course.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 11, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for golf courses within 60mi of downtown Louisville. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Executive Links
Executive Links’ golfing reps play along with golfers in order to help them to perfect their game in real time. Under instructors' tutelage, golfletes will shear strokes from their averages on their choice of local course, as opposed to a driving range. Pros go beyond just perfecting swings and focus on the mental aspects of golfing, proffering advice on course-management tips, such as when to go for the green, when to lay up, and how to motivate lackadaisical ball washers. They mold lessons around pupils' styles and goals, ensuring athletes master new techniques without completely altering their personal styles. The teachers often give corporations a leg up on competitors by escorting prospective clients around the links and doling out instruction, employing the same degree of courtesy as Romeo would have required to meet Juliet’s parents.