The dimples on a golf ball help it fly farther with greater accuracy, just like the dimples on a baby help it steal candy from gullible strangers. Find your adorably sporty sweet spots with today's Groupon: for $27, you get a golf swing video analysis and a grande bucket of golf balls for the synthetic-grass driving range at World Beat Family Golf (a $59.45 value).
Led by Canada Professional Golfers' Association instructors Clay Stothers and Cassidy Hritzuk, World Beat Family Golf hones the games of club-swingers of all ages and backs its training program with a satisfaction guarantee. During a 30-minute golf-swing analysis, a CPGA instructor uses video to capture a golfer’s swing and recommend form-improving techniques. After pocketing their videos to bring home and drawing inspiration from the private menagerie's elusive double-eagle, players can scoop up a grande bucket of 70–75 balls and head to the synthetic-grass driving range to solidify newfound strokes.
World Beat Golf
Dedicated to saving the golf world from mulligans one slice-prone swing at a time, World Beat Golf’s team of aces imparts score-shaving advice at an outdoor practice facility. With an emphasis on building a balanced swing, developing reliable pre-swing fundamentals, and shoring up the short game, the pros foster straighter shots in private lessons and with programs for juniors and women. For more independent practice, World Beat Golf offers punch cards for driving-range balls, which players hit off of natural grass or synthetic hitting bays that provide a consistently immaculate lie and spare players from responding emotionally to divots shaped like their favourite childhood stuffed animals.