Though the Scottish shepherds who invented golf liked it for its challenges, Scottish sheep liked it because it gave them ample time to nap in shepherds’ pickup trucks. Find your own reason to enjoy golf with today’s Groupon: for $79, you get a golf package at Pruneridge Golf Club in Santa Clara (up to a $188 total value). Players pick up cards for the package components at the pro shop. The package includes:
- One private 45-minute visual golf lesson with a DVD (a $120 value)
- Two nine-hole green fees (up to a $44 value)
- Two jumbo buckets with 108 range balls each (a $24 value)</p>
The PGA-accredited professional instructors at Pruneridge Golf Club focus individual attention on club-swingers of all skills and ages during 45-minute visual golf lessons. The expert divot-diggers guide students toward improving their putting, chipping, or full swings while offering counsel on game management and incorporating plaid into any outfit. A FlightScope launch monitor gauges the speed, backspin, and angling of dimpled balls, evaluates swing consistency, and records changes in golfers’ grip, stance, or pre-swing war cry. Pupils take home a DVD recording of the thoroughly analyzed lesson for personal review at their leisure.
Next, golfers hone their swing in one of the double-deck driving range’s 44 stalls, whacking their way through two jumbo buckets with 108 balls each. For their final challenge, players take to the carefully maintained 1,769-yard nine-hole course, where they send spheres hurtling toward perpetually taunting cloud formations. After avoiding the water hazard capping the green at hole 9, putters can adjourn to the St. Andrews Bar and Grill to refresh with a cheeseburger and on-tap beer (not covered by this deal).
Pruneridge Golf Club’s rates fluctuate throughout the week.
Pruneridge Golf Club
Pruneridge Golf Club’s nine-hole par 31 course features few obstacles and just two holes longer than 300 yards so that golfers can concentrate on making solid contact with the ball and enjoying their round instead of worrying about extreme distance or hazards such as “Sink Holes Probable” signs. Meanwhile, range balls spray from both levels of a two-tier driving range with 44 stalls, and Class A PGA professionals dole out advice throughout indoor and outdoor lessons. During these sessions, Visual Golf stop motion video technology helps golfers see their own bad habits and instructors make recommendations on how students could improve.
400 Saratoga Ave.
Santa Clara, California 95050Get Directions