Two 45 Minute Lessons and one 1 hour on course playing lesson.
$15 Per Child
*The lessons can be taken any day of the week or weekend.
Appointment required. There is no expiration date for these lesson packages.
Get your junior started in golf the best way possible.
Open to 7-16 year old boys or girls, clubs available at no additional cost if needed.
Lesson Package Special $250
Includes: Four 45 Minute Lessons, Two 1 Hour On Course Lessons
Individual lessons: $50- 45 Minutes
1 Hour Playing lesson: $75
Video Lessons: Available on request
Series of 5 Lessons $225
Call for pricing for Individual Family (Small Clinics)
Option #1 Single Person
$59 Includes 3 lessons, 5 Range tokens and 2 free rounds of golf after 4:00 to be used after 3 lessons are completed.
Option #2 Two People
$99 Includes 3 lessons, 5 Range tokens and 2 free rounds of golf after 4:00 to be used after 3 lessons are completed.
Click here to go to my store page and order. These make great gifts for beginners and aspiring golfers!
Rocky is the Director of Instruction at Arrowood Golf Course and has established Arrowood Golf Course as a leader of golf instruction in Southern California. Rocky has over 25 years of teaching experience and offers a diverse collection of programs to fit golfers of all abilities.
His students can select from individual lessons, couples lessons and group clinics. All of which can be adjusted to fit your own personal needs.
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A native San Diegan, Wesley Hess started his career in the golf industry at the young age of 17. With 8 years in the industry and a degree from the Golf Academy of America, Wes enjoys teaching every age, style, and skill level of golfer. His main goal is to make every one of his students enjoy the game as much as he does, and he does that through a unique teaching style of swing, course management, and mental aspects of the game.
Nikki Prichard: PGA Apprentice
Nikki has been playing golf since she was 11 years old, starting off driving around in the golf cart with her dad and grandpa on family vacations. When she was in her sophomore year of high school, she was offered a full ride to the University of Nevada, Reno, where she competed for all four years. After graduating, Nikki moved to Oceanside, a place near and dear to her heart, to pursue her dream of working in the golf industry and teaching the game. Her goal as an instructor is to grow the game of golf and to motivate her students to reach their full potential with unique drills, strategies and mental game techniques.