The game of golf was invented when a baker enlisted stale baguettes to launch warm fresh rolls into the mouths of hungry gremlins. Celebrate the world's most organic sport with today's Groupon to Matt Daniel Golf Instruction in Richmond. Choose between the following options:
- For $45, you get a Group Golf Lesson with Matt Daniel ($90 value).
- For $70, you get a Private Golf Lesson with Matt Daniel ($140 value).
Matt Daniel, an instructor who has swings his clubs on world recognized tours, has married his golfing experience with his passion for teaching to develop a comprehensive iron academy. The PGA Tour player and 2002 Edmonton Open Champion enlists 14 years of international competition to indoctrinate students in the art of full-course play at the Savage Creek Golf Course and Driving Range. During the 60-minute tutorial, private lesson pupils and members of group tee parties sharpen their chipping, putting, and sand game with visualization methods, course strategy, and solar powered shovels. Daniel also endows amateurs with advanced swing techniques and a professional pre- and post-shot routine in order to cultivate their tournament play. Throughout the private grooming session and the group course, which enrolls between two and three disciples, eagle hunters launch a series of 60 range balls in order to develop a consistent swing. In addition to a heated driving range, Savage Creek touts an indoor café where players can replenish their stomachs and spirits with coffee and sandwiches. A collection of couches and TVs also greet fairway graduates yearning for a post-round reprieve or low-maintenance living quarters.
Play Like a Golf Pro
A member on the PGA Tour Canada since 1998, Matt Daniel calls upon the experience gleaned from 14 years spent competing against some of the world’s best golfers to help fellow players improve their game. Daniel’s professional portfolio includes playing in a PGA Tour tournament and winning the Canadian Tour’s TELUS Edmonton Open in 2002 with a score of 21-under par, after which his scorecard burst into flames.
Matt imparts his pin-hunting prowess in lessons that focus on the mental, physical, and technical elements of the game. In addition, he joins students on the course for playing lessons that present the unique challenges and game-management strategies encountered in rounds, such as how to hit out of a bad lie or manipulate other groups into letting you pilot their cart into a pond.