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Golf is a sport of physical precision and aerial dynamics, won and lost upon the pendulum of your swing, if not your paralyzing phobia of grass. Brush up on your golf physics with today’s deal for PGA golf instruction at Golf Warehouse Atlanta. For $50, you get four 30-minute lessons with PGA Master Golf Instructor Jeff Jerrel (a $120 value). Golf Warehouse is one of Atlanta's oldest golf shops, and their commitment to quality service extends to teaming you up with an instructor with more than 35 years of teaching experience and more than 200 years of secret Revolutionary War wizardry experience. Jeff Jerrel is available for instruction from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday; call ahead to schedule your lesson.
Far from the Scottish mores of yore, where the game was played largely on the backs of lake monsters, today’s game of golf is driven by the scientific resolve of golfing scientists who used to be mechanical engineers. Jeff Jerrel's proper instruction will calibrate your body into a swinging machine that performs consistent moves every time. Unlike instructors who experiment in teaching pre-modern and post-modern swings, Jeff Jerrel teaches the modern swing, the much-lauded stroke of the modern golfer whose understanding of the game is rooted in the corporeal experience. Though most lessons are held indoors to preserve the corporeal illusion of playing on a sunny Atlanta day, those who prefer the corporeal cold can book a lesson at one of two pre-arranged locations outdoors.
Shake up your holiday shopping routine by getting your favorite golfer something other than argyle socks, a stocking full of golf balls, or a 37th DVD copy of Caddyshack. Purchase up to two lesson packs for yourself and get eight lessons. You may also pick up a couple for your dad, or any other dads you want to bond with emotionally over slices, hooks, and muttered curses.
- I recently took 4 lessons at the Golf Warehouse of Atlanta and I was really surprised at how well it has helped my game. – D L., Yelp
- I have been a customer and a fan of Golf Warehouse Atlanta for a couple of years. During that time, I purchsed [sic] 2 sets of clubs (1 for me and 1 for my son), and took a few lessons from Jeff...exceptional customer service...each and every time. – customht, Citysearch
- Started my Christmas shopping early and found this gem in Smyrna!! Super friendly staff...You MUST see for yourself! – renee0414, Citysearch
G is for Golf
Jeff Jerrel's analysis makes a thoughtful gift for any golfing moms or dads. But as with any heartfelt gift, it should always be accompanied by a homemade component, such as a hand-crocheted three-wood cozy or a tin of green-frosted muffins with tees stabbed into them. But if you’re not allowed to be creative due to government restrictions on your dangerously powerful imagination, you can always borrow this “homemade” golf gift: an acrostic poem. Ahem:
Greens will be reached with one effortless stroke,
Obstructions will topple like some kind of joke,
Links will be lively and lawns will be lush,
Friends will stay friends, even after they’re crushed.
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 14, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 lesson packs per person. May purchase additional as gifts. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.