The dimples on a golf ball help it fly farther with greater accuracy, just as the dimples on a baby help it steal candy from gullible strangers. Find your adorably sporty sweet spots with today's Groupon: for $50, you and a golfmate get an Intro2Golf Package from JC Golf (a $420 value). Each golfer will receive five one-hour group clinics with all equipment provided, three additional buckets of range balls, and two additional discounted rounds of golf ($10 each) during twilight hours (after 4 p.m.). This Groupon is valid at any of the five JC Golf courses: Encinitas Ranch Golf Course in Encinitas, Reidy Creek Golf Course in Escondido, Twin Oaks Golf Course in San Marcos, Oaks North Golf Course in San Diego, or Temecula Creek Inn Golf Course in Temecula.
Designed for folks of all strokes and slices, the Intro2Golf experience offers a pressure-free environment to hone fundamentals, build upon previous proficiencies, and explore the game of golf. Clinics scheduled at the course of your choice welcome sphere thumpers of all skill levels and furnish clubless players with sparkling irons and birdie-bagging putters. Friendly pros guide seasoned linksmen through advanced swing mechanics, while beginners learn basics such as grip, posture, and sand wedge jousting.
Tax and gratuity not included. Call ahead to schedule your lesson.
Operating out of five courses throughout the greater San Diego area, JC Golf's Intro2Golf program fosters pin-hunting prowess with a shrewd blend of hands-on instruction, individual practice, and on-course experience designed to introduce the basics of golf to beginners. During the pressure-free sessions, JC Golf equips pupils with all the necessary equipment, saving neophytes the hassle of rustling up their own sets of clubs or graphite shaft bananas. Three additional buckets of range balls grant golfers the spherical tools necessary to implant newly learned concepts into muscle memory. The package also allows clubbers to loop the links at their chosen course twice after 4 p.m. for an additional $10 per round, allowing them to test their mettle amid the brambly hazards and sand-trap curmudgeons found on every real course.