The driver is often responsible for how enjoyable a journey is. It is then fitting that your driver putter will share this same responsibility when bearing in mind that little white golf ball. Improve your swing and power your drive with today’s deal: a 30 minute golf lesson at The Golf Centre.
Set in the virtual green of the Constantia Village shopping centre, your lesson will be one fit for the pros. With skilled professional PGA golf instructor, Paul McKenzie, you’ll be privy to a session filled with tips and tricks and if you ask nicely, you might get an imaginary golf cart and caddie too. Of course, with a state-of-the-art golf simulator projecting world famous golf courses that make you think twice about where you really are, it’s hard not to want this golf cart-caddie combo.
However, if your imaginary caddie decides to run off due to an incurable fear of bogeys, don’t fret. The golf simulator is the perfect tool to evaluate your individual performance and get your ability on par. After the 30 minute session, you’ll probably be feeding the bogeys and banana balls to the orangutans.
Golf Fact: The first draft of the first book in the The Boy Who Lived in the Room Under the Stairs series was originally written with a sport that resembled a magical golf-esque game. Author, J. Howling was reported to have scrapped it when she found herself adding too many elements to the game, including compulsory headphones and mittens worn on brooms.