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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 $59, you get a private one-hour golf lesson from Golf With Ren in Fremont (a $125 value).
Instructor Ren Chang, a Class A PGA professional, brings more than two decades of orb-slugging savvy to his private golf tutorials. During each 60-minute lesson, Ren will analyze each golfer’s inimitable swing, forging a collaborative bond that strives to thwart mental barriers and rebellious third arms in equal measure. Strokes undergo a thorough shaving as Ren imparts the game’s fundamentals and time-tested mechanics designed to improve each student's grip, stance, posture, and balance. During the customized lesson, pupils will review video of their progress, allowing them to appraise their wardrobe and pinpoint any strategically placed Kick Me signs. A bounty of range balls accompanies each lesson, and complimentary golf clubs are available for those caught swinging with old mannequin legs.
The Fine Print
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About Golf With Ren
Within his teaching domain at Fremont Park Golf Center, PGA professional Ren Chang smoothes rusty swing mechanics and hones mental strategy, with an emphasis on shoring up the fundamentals. Ren brings more than 20 years of golf experience—including more than 10 years as a teacher—when he teaches his personally tailored lessons. He employs video analysis to ascertain problem areas such as assuming a weak stance or mistaking a tire iron for a pitching wedge, and then both student and teacher collaborate to craft a swing that feels comfortable and leads to lower scores. Throughout instruction, Ren aims to make students as comfortable as possible, keeping an extra set of clubs on hand to loan to those who need them. He is also fluent in Chinese, ideal for native Chinese speakers and those seeking to curse at their clubs in more than one language.