Get Golf Ready in 5 Days

5 Lessons Only $99
If you have ever thought about picking up a golf club, either for the first time or returning once again, you can make golf your sport for a lifetime. The Get Golf Ready Program is designed to teach you in five short lessons everything you’ll need to know to step onto a golf course and get out to play with confidence. Get Golf Ready will be guided by trained Canadian PGA Professionals who will make sure you have fun each step of the way. 

Day 1: 
Just like when you were in grade school, the first day is always the easiest – and the most important. During this first lesson, you'll not only get a historical overview of the sport, but also introduced to the fundamentals, including everything from how to dress and act on the golf course to the purpose of each club and even get on the golf course to hit a few putts.

Day 2:
You've taken your first steps on the course and to becoming a golfer! During the second lesson, you'll learn the art of chipping, pitching and hitting out of green-side bunkers, as you learn your way around the course, being out there for the second time.

Day 3:
During a round of golf, when you've reached the halfway mark, it's called "the turn". During Get Golf Ready, the turn means you're halfway to becoming a golfer. On day three, you'll be introduced to the fairway and how to use your irons, in addition to important lessons like stretching, making and repairing divots.

Day 4:
By this point, you should be familiar with the putting green, the fairway, bunkers and even the rough. Now it's time to step into the tee box and take a swing. On the fourth day, you'll learn everything you'll need to know about teeing off, including which of your metal-woods to use and choosing between the different tee markers.

Day 5:
Over the course of the first four sessions, you've learned the what, when, where, why and how. Now it's time to do. On the final day, you'll finish up by learning how to play, keep score and some basic rules like water hazards, out of bounds and lost balls. And then when all is said and done, you'll put it all to use by playing an entire hole. 

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