Uninformed consensus is that golf is nothing more than stodgy business in loud tartan and sweater-vests and that the only way the game could be interesting is if it was commentated by the same guy who does Mexican soccer. The informed view is that a rousing game of golf can be more fun than popping popcorn without the lid on, or paying all your bills with five cent coins. Master the basics and have fun while you do it and save up to 58% on two golf lessons for one or two people at Fichardtpark Driving Range.
- Pay R99 for one person, valued at R200 (save 51%)
- Pay R169 for two people, valued at R400 (save 58%)
If you’re trying to improve your game, but find the only
thing that’s changed is that now you furrow your brow, hold your breath and
tense up a bit before you take a swing, today’s Groupon gives you the
opportunity to do better. Instead of adding the trying harder face to your
game, two lessons at Fichardtpark Driving Range can help you add some skill.
Sharpen up your swing, perfect the art of a great ground-stroke and learn how
to break par to pieces; after your lessons, you’ll be one step closer to being
able to give the Big Easy a run for the green jacket. With eighteen balls to whack
away at, you can smooth out your stroke in no time, ensuring you don’t wind up
needing a face-lift to fix your permanent furrowed brow.
Whether you go it alone or take along a buddy, there’s nothing better than some time on the green and the fulfilment of whacking away at a little white ball to have you forgetting about all the little stresses of life.
Green Fact: A typo made on invitations to a golf-tournament left many Green Jacket hopefuls very confused; they arrived at the venue, only to find that the ‘golf course’ they’d been directed to was actually a sheep farm.