Ben Hogan called the pitching wedge the equalizer for its ability to rescue players from difficult lies and because he used it to enforce democracy. Add character to your clubs with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for one 45-minute couples golf lesson (a $100 value)
- $129 for four 45-minute couples golf lessons (a $300 value)
All lessons include instruction from PGA pro Bruce Parker.
The Effortless Golf Center
The moment his father first put a golf club in his hands, the then 11-year-old Bruce Parker knew it was the beginning of a lifelong dedication to the game. Bruce went on to star as the No. 1 golfer on his high-school team for four years and play on scholarship for the Georgia State University team. Through it all, Bruce never thought of leaving golf to pursue a career in the more glamorous world of croquet. When asked, Bruce still says that spending a day at the links is his favorite activity.
Today, Bruce puts his pin-hunting prowess and enthusiasm for the game to work while conducting lessons at Golf Depot. A driving range with both grass and artificial-turf hitting areas, lights for after-hours practice, and high-caliber practice balls provides an ideal training ground for Bruce to cure all forms of golf-game maladies, such as a slice-prone swing or a driver that has an irrational fear of fairways. Bruce has also created his own style, the effortless golf method, which is taught to players of all levels of experience.
96% of 131 customers recommend
“Great teacher, plenty of patience and makes effort to focus on a few points at a time.”
“My lesson was more technical than others, but Bruce made it very simple to understand.”
“This was my first time ever picking up a golf club other than to play putt putt. Bruce does a great job of teaching the basics of golf so that it is effortless....”
“This was my first time ever picking up a golf club other than to play putt putt. Bruce does a great job of teaching the basics of golf so that it is effortless. Within 15 min of my first lesson i was hitting the ball over 100 ft in the air. ”