When Atlantis fell, the only survivors were its golfers, whose vast knowledge of water hazards saw them to safety. Hone game-saving skills with today’s Groupon to Horsham Family Golf in Horsham. Choose between the following options:
- For $58, you get a golf lesson package (up to a $117 total value) that includes:
- A one-hour private golf lesson (up to an $80 value)
- One jumbo bucket of range balls (up to a $12 value)
A $25 pro shop gift certificate
- For $130, you get a golf lesson package (up to a $326 total value) that includes:
- Three one-hour private golf lessons (up to an $80 value each)
- Three jumbo buckets of range balls (up to a $12 value each)
- A $50 pro shop gift certificate
Certified PGA Professional Rick Flagler captains a team of expert instructors who draw from their hard-earned golfing expertise to show students the ins and outs of putts and drives. During hour-long private lessons, golf sages help students refine their techniques, while a video swing analysis finds flaws too subtle for nonbionic eyes to notice. Equipped with jumbo buckets of club fodder, each containing 155–160 range balls, students hone their newly minted golf-chops in the practice area that includes a driving range, six target greens, and a putting green. The driving range houses more than 50 stalls, many of which are covered, lighted, and heated, facilitating practice that stretches past sunset or into the next ice age. Horsham Family Golf also sports a well-stocked pro shop, where gift cards can net their owners new golf balls ($19.99–$45.99), gloves ($9.99–$19.99), or a set of irons ($450–$900), which include a custom fitting.
Horsham Family Golf
Horsham Family Golf takes up more than 16 acres of space where players of all ages can fine-tune their skills. Guests can practice putting at a gold-rush-themed 18-hole mini-golf course, aiming for holes in one while avoiding dips and obstacles. The facility also houses a driving range equipped with laser-precise distance markers and buckets of high-quality golf balls yearning to feel the wind in their dimples. 28 of the 50 golf stalls are private and remain lit for evening play, and a new practice bunker challenges golfers with a large sand trap. After practice, guests can visit the onsite pro shop, where they can stock up on golfing accessories or purchase a set of custom-fitted clubs.