Drive for Show, Putt for Dough

A Father can play one of many roles in a child’s life. When golfer is one of them, the art of gifting turns into a joyous occasion: clubs, gloves, pro-v’s, rounds at his favorite courses,  the list could go on. Father’s Day falls on June 21st this year, a bit later than usual, and we’ve got the gift of a lifetime ready to go in a unique package. Unlike your typical golf gift, we’ve included short and  long term solutions to the little bugs you can’t seem to work out of your swing. Short term meaning a performance analysis, professional instruction, 18 holes and a gift (shh..it’s a surprise). Speaking in long terms, you’ll receive a workout routine specifically catered to your game, needs and desires.

To recap in a few bullet points:

Fathers Day ‘Drive for Show, Putt for Dough’ package includes-

  • Titleist Performance Institute performance analysis
  • 3 Hours of Golf Instruction – emphasis on increasing distance and short game
  • Personalized Workout routine and training tools
  • 18-Holes of PGA Championship Course Golf
  • A Silverado Gift

Envision you and your Dad walking our PGA Championship course in the footsteps of legends like Johnny Miller, Lee Trevino, Jack Nicklaus, Billy Casper, and (soon at the 2015 Fry’s.com Open) Rory McIlroy. If Dad is one to get stressed about a bad shot or two, don’t forget we’re in Napa Valley and we’ve got a cure for that….wine.  You won’t have any trouble finding it, trust us. Golf, wine, views to die for, and a one-of-a-kind dynamic golf program, what more could you ask for? A couple eagles and some birdies would be nice, but that’s on you (and maybe the amount of “dough” you put up for some friendly father-child competition pressure!).

Cheers Dads!

BOOK NOW: Please call Golf Shop to book- 707.257.5460

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