What You'll Get
Driving long distances, whether it is with a golf club or in a vehicle, requires coordination, concentration, and a pair of ridiculously good-looking sunglasses. Go the distance with today's Groupon: for $6, you get a jumbo bucket of range balls (a $12 value) plus 30% off a visual golf lesson at Pruneridge Golf Club, located in Santa Clara.
Equipped with a double-deck driving range, Pruneridge Golf Club welcomes iron clubbers perfecting their swings in 44 hitting stalls. With the jumbo bucket, you'll get to smash 108 dimpled balls toward their new residence on the driving range. In case guests don't have their own clubs or have donated them to needy scientists to be used as lightning rods, irons are available at the range at no charge. Each hitting stall is covered and well-lit, allowing golfers to swing away no matter the weather or time of day. This Groupon is also good for a 30% discount on a visual golf lesson, where an expert will analyze a slow-motion video of your swing and dish out feedback to help increase your accuracy, custom-fit your clubs, and adjust the angle of your eyebrows. Call to schedule your appointment.
Thirty-six Yelpers give Pruneridge Golf Club a three-star average:
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 22, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Lesson by appointment only. Non-transferable. Must use in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pruneridge Golf Club
Pruneridge Golf Club’s nine-hole par 31 course features few obstacles and just two holes longer than 300 yards so that golfers can concentrate on making solid contact with the ball and enjoying their round instead of worrying about extreme distance or hazards such as “Sink Holes Probable” signs. Meanwhile, range balls spray from both levels of a two-tier driving range with 44 stalls, and Class A PGA professionals dole out advice throughout indoor and outdoor lessons. During these sessions, Visual Golf stop motion video technology helps golfers see their own bad habits and instructors make recommendations on how students could improve.