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Free golf lesson an American Golf (Bring your own clubs)
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Free golf lesson an American Golf (Bring your own clubs)

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Posted 21st Mar

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Free 30 minute lesson! Just fill your details and check availability in your local shop.

Terms and Conditions

FREE lesson available from Monday 9th March 2020 to close of business Tuesday 31st March 2020. (Opening times variable by store)
FREE lesson subject to availability
Stores excluded from offer: A1 - Borehamwood, Trent Park, Lincoln, Machynys, Rustington, Chadwell Heath, Netherley, High Legh, New Malden, Greenwich, Riverside & Trafford.
30 minute lessons available only
FREE lesson limited to one 30 minute lesson per customer
PGA Qualified Professional available in selected stores only
Master Fitter available in selected stores only
FREE lesson available in store only
FREE lesson must be booked in advance
Your chosen store may contact you in advance to qualify your booking
FREE lesson will take place in the net, or on the driving range depending on store location and availability
Participants must provide their own equipment
American Golf reserves the right to amend these terms and conditions and/or withdraw this promotion without prior notice and without liability
Your statutory rights are not affected
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Really good idea to go into shop for golf lesson at this time.
Maoist21/03/2020 07:48

It's the golf haters. I've always found golf related deals always fairs …It's the golf haters. I've always found golf related deals always fairs badly against other hobbies/sports.


It's not golf haters, it's people questioning the sanity of an offer like this during a time everyone is supposed to be keeping their distance.
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MM
How can people vote cold ?
A 30min golf lesson costs on average £30 for 30mins.
This is free.
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Really good idea to go into shop for golf lesson at this time.
How can people vote cold ?
A 30min golf lesson costs on average £30 for 30mins.
This is free.
franky11621/03/2020 07:38

How can people vote cold ? A 30min golf lesson costs on average £30 for …How can people vote cold ? A 30min golf lesson costs on average £30 for 30mins. This is free.


It's the golf haters. I've always found golf related deals always fairs badly against other hobbies/sports.
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MM
Voted hot.
Last time I used the deal and had a good lesson. Learnt a few things about my swing and I have improved. Though it is free, the lesson is conducted professionally.
Thanks OP, booked a slot for this afternoon 😁
I'm booked in. Thanks very much
I don’t get it. I want to learn but don’t have clubs because I don’t know how to play yet so why would I have bought clubs?
highstfurniture21/03/2020 09:28

I don’t get it. I want to learn but don’t have clubs because I don’t know h …I don’t get it. I want to learn but don’t have clubs because I don’t know how to play yet so why would I have bought clubs?


The American golf by me is part of a driving range and you can hire clubs for next to nothing. You only need one for a lesson, a 7 iron will suffice.
Maoist21/03/2020 07:48

It's the golf haters. I've always found golf related deals always fairs …It's the golf haters. I've always found golf related deals always fairs badly against other hobbies/sports.



Or maybe it's just the fact that this isn't exactly what most people would call 'social distancing'?
woffle9921/03/2020 10:16

Or maybe it's just the fact that this isn't exactly what most people would …Or maybe it's just the fact that this isn't exactly what most people would call 'social distancing'?


If you read the comment fully you would understand that he/she is talking about previous golf deals haven't faired well. You seem to be talking about in the current virus situation.
highstfurniture21/03/2020 09:28

I don’t get it. I want to learn but don’t have clubs because I don’t know h …I don’t get it. I want to learn but don’t have clubs because I don’t know how to play yet so why would I have bought clubs?


Lessons benefit players of all levels.
Maoist21/03/2020 07:48

It's the golf haters. I've always found golf related deals always fairs …It's the golf haters. I've always found golf related deals always fairs badly against other hobbies/sports.


It's not golf haters, it's people questioning the sanity of an offer like this during a time everyone is supposed to be keeping their distance.
alf.huckam21/03/2020 10:32

If you read the comment fully you would understand that he/she is talking …If you read the comment fully you would understand that he/she is talking about previous golf deals haven't faired well. You seem to be talking about in the current virus situation.


Read the first part of the comment, obviously lumping all golf stuff together and not thinking about the current situation.
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KirKanos21/03/2020 10:45

It's not golf haters, it's people questioning the sanity of an offer like …It's not golf haters, it's people questioning the sanity of an offer like this during a time everyone is supposed to be keeping their distance.


Point taken. I personally don't think everyone who votes will have a rationale thought process.
Edited by: "Maoist" 21st Mar
Maoist21/03/2020 10:58

Point taken. I personally don't think everyone who votes will have a …Point taken. I personally don't think everyone who votes will have a rationale thought process.


Good point, well made!
Bring your own clubs?
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I see lots of golfers who have paid thousands of pounds on golf lessons. They still can't swing a club. I tell them one thing and it takes 10 shots of their round.
KirKanos21/03/2020 10:45

It's not golf haters, it's people questioning the sanity of an offer like …It's not golf haters, it's people questioning the sanity of an offer like this during a time everyone is supposed to be keeping their distance.


Don't worry, you can still book a lesson for back when we weren't so worried about the virus.
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Pretty sure they will sneak a sales pitch into these lessons.
Took advantage of the last time they had the offer on ( AG Roundhay Leeds ). Had a good lesson only used my 7 iron. Changed a few things with my swing which has helped me. Did not face any hard sell only that I should pick one brand / type of ball and stick to it!
crispy5521/03/2020 23:02

I see lots of golfers who have paid thousands of pounds on golf lessons. …I see lots of golfers who have paid thousands of pounds on golf lessons. They still can't swing a club. I tell them one thing and it takes 10 shots of their round.



Cool story dude.
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