2-HR Playing Lesson with a PGA Pro
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Tuesday through Thursday - 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM
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If you are looking for a way to improve your game, there is no better way than to step out onto the course with a PGA Pro for a few rounds of golf with this 2-hour playing lesson!
- Learn from PGA Class A instructor Todd Bordonaro recipient of the METPGA Player Development Award
- Learn essential skills like distance control, swing rhythm, and short game creativity via the revolutionary "Play and Learn Approach"
- 2-hour lesson includes all equipment and green fees at Dunwoodie Golf Course
- The perfect way to take your game to the next level!
If you are ready to take your golf game to the next level but aren't quite sure how to do it... this 2-HR Playing Lesson with a PGA Pro is answer for you!
For this lesson, you will step out onto the course with Class A Certified Professional, Todd Bordonaro. Todd will implement his unique "Play and Learn Approach" to coaching, which will put you in real-life playing situations and show you first-hand how to handle them. The driving range and practice areas are great to refine technique, but a playing lesson is the best way to actually master the game!
This approximately 2-hour private playing lesson will cover topics like:
- Course conditions & terrain
- Shot selection
- Distance control
- Maintaining sing rhythm and balance
- Short game creativity
- and much more!
About Your Instructor, Todd Bordonaro:
Todd is the Founder and Director of the Fit for Golf-Set for Life Academy and is the Director of Instruction at Dunwoodie Golf Course. His current and former students include professional and amateur adults, college and high school players, American Junior Golf Association, Metropolitan PGA Junior Tour and Public School Athletic League tournament winners.He is a Class A Certified Instructor with 20 years of experience in coaching and a former recipient of the prestigious METPGA Player development award for outstanding contributions in growing the game of golf.
- Includes green fees for the duration of your lesson
- Balls and clubs provided for lesson
- Lesson typically includes 9 holes of play, however this is subject to the pace of the lesson
DurationApproximately 2 hour lesson
Maximum ParticipantsThis experience is only for an individual golfer.
SpectatorsOnly the booked participant may enjoy this lesson.
Weather DependentThis experience is weather dependent. In the event of possible inclement weather, please contact your instructor.
What To WearAppropriate golf attire including a collared or mock neck shirts, spikeless golf shoes, and slacks or Bermuda shorts.
Booking InformationFor this experience, it is recommended to request bookings 2 weeks in advance.
Cancellation PolicyPrior to scheduling a date and confirming a booking for this experience, Cloud 9 Living's standard return and exchange policy shall apply. Once you have scheduled a date and received a booking confirmation, no refunds will be given but you may reschedule your lesson one time with at least 72 hours notice to your instructor.
Do I need to bring my own clubs and balls?
Clubs will be provided for the lesson. Of course, if you have your own set, you are welcome to bring it. Golf balls are not included.
How many rounds will we play?
This is an approximately 2-hour lesson. The number of rounds played will vary depending on your pace of play and whether you'd like to linger on a few game play scenarios. You would likely be able to play up to 9 holes in this time.
What is a PGA Class A Professional?
All of our instructors have been certified by the Professional Golf Association (PGA) as Class A professionals. In order to receive their PGA Class A, he or she must have completed a multi-year series of work, study and training in every aspect of golf, must pass an aptitude test, and must maintain his or her expertise through continuing education programs.
- Do I need to bring my own clubs and balls?