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What You'll Get
In golf, birdie refers to one stroke under par, whereas eagle refers to the flying carnivores players trained to swipe their opponents’ clubs. Swing through with this Groupon.
$95 for a 9-Hole Playing Lesson with PGA Pro Alex Macko (Up to $206 Value)
Astride a peppy golf cart, PGA Pro Alex Macko takes golfers across nine holes of St. Clair Shores Country Club's 18-hole course, proffering pupils technical and strategic advice in real time. The course's relatively short, water-kissed layout provides an ideal training ground, as pupils can seek Alex's counsel when making course management decisions such as when to punch out of a bad lie, when to swing for a distant green, and how to motivate a malingering 9-iron. This deal includes the lesson fee (a $150 value) and the Club's nine-hole playing lesson course fee for both customer and instructor (up to a $56 value).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 1, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jawor's Golf Center
PGA pros Alex Macko and Alex "Breezy" Koskos propagate sound pin-hunting form from their post at Jawor's Golf Center, which fosters year-round practice with indoor and outdoor training areas. The duo can demystify the subtle mechanics of the golf swing at the center's 44-tee driving range, which features 14 covered, heated stalls that enable practice sessions during inclement weather. With clubs and apparel from brands such as Callaway, TaylorMade, and Titleist, the full-service pro shop offers equipment upgrades as well as repair services for club shafts snapped by players who mistakenly teed up a bocce ball. Two outdoor, 18-hole mini-golf courses buttress the facility, inviting players to work on their putting form as life-size cartoon characters break the tension after a missed gimme or a dispute about whether or not an abandoned shoe is an acceptable ball marker.