Pay R149 for two buckets of balls, a beer and a golf lesson at Midrange Golfing, valued at R335 (save 56%)
- Save 56% on two buckets of balls, a beer and a golf lesson
- Senior PGA Professional as teacher
- Two buckets of balls to perfect your swing
- Length of training session varies according to skill
- Drink after lesson
- Ideal as a gift
- Groupon redeemable for 3 months
- Booking essential and subject to availability: 084 858 2915
- Redemption only on presentation of individual printed Groupon(s)
- Only issued and valid once deal closes
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- Terms & Conditions apply
- Groupon valid Monday to Sunday, 8:00 to 18:30
Many uninformed people see golf as a cruel, incomprehensible and unusual sport, designed by someone with a mean-streak and far too much time on their hands and only interesting when commentated by the same guy who does Mexican soccer. With the right technique though, it can be one of the most relaxing ways to while away a few hours. Learn to swing with the best of them and break par to pieces with two buckets of balls, a beer and a golf lesson at Midrange Golfing for R149.
Some sayings are easily proven false; people in glass houses definitely don’t sink ships, and a penny saved isn’t worth two in the bush. Similarly, practice doesn’t necessarily make perfect, especially if practicing doesn’t come with the right instruction. Sometimes, all the practice in the world only leads to adapting the trying harder face; brow furrowed, holding your breath and tensing your shoulders before taking a swing.
Eddie Irwin, a senior PGA professional is the perfect swing coach to help you break par to pieces. Even if you’re well-versed in the art of stroke-play, a few pointers never hurt anyone. With two buckets of balls to hack away at, you can perfect your stance, figure out a good swing-angle and how to sort-of aim. If your handicap numbers in the hundreds and you know more about Quantum Physics than you do about golf, your lesson might end being a little bit longer than the half-hour it would be for someone with some fairway skills behind their name.
Once you’ve mastered the art of holding your club the right way up and smoothed some of the kinks from your stroke, give yourself a literal and figurative pat on the back, and knock back the mahala beer that comes with your PGA-pro training session.
Golf 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.
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