What You'll Get
Golf requires both physical skill and mental concentration from competitors, much like arm-wrestling-and-staring contests held in burning Russian taverns. Focus on swinging success with today's Groupon: for $39, you get a one-hour private golf lesson (a $75 value) and a large bucket of range balls (a $5.50 value) from Lance Johnson Golf Academy, held at Escalon Golf Course in Escalon (an $80.50 total value).
A professional golfer in the club-pro level of the PGA, Lance Johnson draws on 17 years of teaching experience to mold amateur and experienced wedge wielders into seasoned competitors. Having honed his teaching talents as director of instruction at the Del Rio Country Club, the master clubsman teaches everything from basic strokes and chipping technique to how to fend off tee-stealing squirrels. Throughout the one-hour session, Johnson patiently helps aspiring Arnold Palmers of all skill levels work their way through a large bucket of small globes while developing sound swinging strategies, demonstrating current posture and grip as well as leading golfers through careful putting and skillful iron play. Putters without their own set of sticks can borrow clubs from Johnson, who’ll happily guide them toward purchasing a set of their own.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 4, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Lance Johnson Golf Academy
A golf ace at the club professional level of the PGA, Lance Johnson spruces up golf swings with morsels of advice culled from 17 years of teaching experience. Formerly head golf pro at two golf clubs, Lance possesses enough swing-honing savvy to adjust his teaching approach for each client, helping them conquer unique goals such as eliminating a chronic slice or revising the rules to allow for gunpowder-assisted drivers. Lance operates out of the lush expanse of Escalon Golf Course, where he conducts focused swing analysis at the driving range and imparts more strategic, mid-round advice at the golf course. Pupils without their own set of sticks can use a set of Lance’s during lessons, saving them the hassle of molding irons out of titanium-plated wax.