Just like stepping on a crack won't break your mother's back, choosing only to play with specifically colored tees and balls numbered seven won't save your golf game. Forgo the talismans and opt for a more logical approach from Visual Golf Science, located at the Deep River Driving Range in High Point. For $39 (regularly $85), score a one-hour golf lesson with a PGA Pro; or, spend $99 (regularly $225) for three one-hour lessons, in which your instructor -- Scott Duerscherl or Simon McGreal -- will work with you on making your natural swing more effective. While your competitors are hoping for a stroke of luck, you'll be gaining knowledge from experts who boast more than 30 years of combined experience, and base their philosophies on the laws of motion and simple geometry -- rather than good-luck charms.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON August 8, 2012
Visual Golf Science
One-Hour Golf Lesson ($39) or Three One-Hour Golf Lessons ($99) with a PGA Pro
- from $39