Golf is a sport anyone can play, so long as you can stroll across a field, have someone else carry your stuff, and sit by a pond every so often. Play at your own pace with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $75 for an initial golf game evaluation (a $150 value)
- $125 for an initial golf game evaluation and 60-minute lesson (a $270 value)
Prior to the initial evaluation, students fill out an email questionnaire detailing experience level and goals for improvement. The 90-minute evaluation commences with a Titleist Performance Institute fitness assessment and handicapping, followed by introductory exercises and analysis of the full swing, wedge play, and putting. The instructor and student then devise realistic, attainable goals. Should the student choose to move forward with a lesson, these goals will contribute to the personalized instruction.
The Golf Warriors
Jeremy Qualls has taken a somewhat atypical path toward teaching the game of golf. Unlike many teaching pros, his career didn’t start in earnest until he was in his mid-20s, after serving for eight years as a marine in Iraq. Since military life didn’t leave much time for practice, nearly all of Qualls's improvement as a player came post-deployment. With hard work, he was able to whittle his scores down from the 100s to the 70s, earning certification from the Titleist Performance Institute and becoming a Stack & Tilt network instructor along the way—all while studying Golf Management at Campbell University.
Qualls's relatively late start serves him well as the director of instruction at The Golf Warriors. He knows from firsthand experience all about the difficulty of picking up the game and the most effective methods for serious improvement at any age. He takes a calm, understanding approach and identifies with golfers’ frustrations, particularly when balls won’t fly straight or learn how to swim. With each student, Qualls conducts an initial evaluation so as to understand the state of his or her game, and then designs a custom plan for improvement, paying attention to the full swing, the short game, the mental game, and physical fitness.