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What You'll Get
For $24, today's side deal to Hereford Golf Center gets you a 30-minute golf lesson with a professional and a large bucket of balls (a $48 value). The practice center is located in Parkton, about 30 minutes north of Baltimore.
With your Groupon, you'll be under the tutelage of Mike Messina, one of Hereford Golf Center's PGA instructors. With experience teaching golf greenhorns as young as seven and seasoned swingers as old as very old, Mike carefully caters each lesson to students' skill levels and helps them reach their goals. After the 30-minute session of expert instruction, take the included bucket of balls over to the full-swing driving range to practice new techniques by taking aim at eight target greens. Hereford provides complimentary use of practice clubs and 36 tees, ensuring golfers rarely have to wait for their turn to putter up to putt.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 21, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Reservation required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Hereford Golf Center
After spending his formative years helping his father to operate multiple golf facilities, John Invernizzi decided to dedicate his adult life to spreading the gospel of the game. The PGA pro opened Hereford Golf Center in 1995 with the aim of creating a pressure-free space for golfers of all stripes to hone their swings, learn to appreciate the game, and debate about which club would be the most useful to ward off feral caddies. In the ensuing 17 years, clubbers have been hitting practice balls at the center’s 36-stall driving range, replete with eight target greens that range from 50 to 260 yards.
The adjacent Lost Falls Miniature Golf Course takes friendly competitors careening past two ponds, a large stream, and a mysterious cave as they steer golf balls toward pintsize flagsticks. True to his mission of making golf fun and accessible for everyone, John and the staff at Hereford Golf Center provide clubs free of charge, sparing clubless players from hastily purchasing one or digging in their backyard for a conveniently shaped mastodon bone.