What's a golf lesson worth? At Treetops Resort in northern Michigan, you can name your price
It sounds like one of those new age yoga studios or restaurants with no prices, but simply pay what you can in good faith.
At Treetops Resort in northern Michigan, that philosophy has been extended to their Rick Smith Golf Academy. This summer, the academy is offering the chance for new students to sign up for a lesson and pay what they want afterwards.
“Students can simply pay what they can afford or what they perceive the value of the lesson to be,” says the ad. Lessons are taught by either Mike Jonges, Senior Instructor or Henry Young, the resort’s Director of Instruction. Lessons can focus on any part of the game you choose and can even include video analysis. More details can be found at the academy’s website.
Whether you take them up on a lesson or not, to me, there are few better summer golf getaways than Treetops for a serious golf bender. My favorite of the four 18-hole courses is the Fazio Premier, but the Threetops course is also a lot of fun. By the way, each Treetops course can be booked a la carte at TravelGolf.com here.
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