WCI Golf Club pros offer free golf lessons throughout the rest of May

Tiburón Golf ClubBONITA SPRINGS, Fla. – Fore! Southwest Florida golfers new to the game and those who simply need a refresher from a pro can take a free lesson through the end of May at select WCI Communities golf clubs in Naples and Bonita Springs.

For the eighth consecutive year, golf professionals from WCI clubs are participating in the PGA-sanctioned Play Golf America, a national month-long event designed to introduce golf to beginners, junior players and individuals with disabilities as well as those interested in improving their game.

WCI’s participating PGA and LPGA golf pros include: Ed Weber and Emily Ranney from Raptor Bay Golf Club, Bonita Springs; Bob Radunz, Craig Morton and Tyler Clauson, The Colony Golf & Country Club, Bonita Springs; Jim Feipel, Brien Charter and Chad Nigro, Tiburón Golf Club, Naples; and Rick Rainville from Hammock Bay Golf & Country Club, Naples. Ten-minute lessons with the pros can be scheduled online at www.PlayGolfAmerica.com/FLM through May.

“The lessons help newcomers decide if golf is for them and build the foundation for better golf skills and a lifetime passion,” said Jim Magnusson, director of business development for WCI Communities.

“The opportunity for someone new to golf to spend time with a qualified golf professional paves the way to explore the game and see if it is something they might enjoy,” he said. “For those who already play, spending 10 minutes on a swing technique can be just the tune-up they need to shave some strokes off their round.”

After the lessons, students can return to the Play Golf America website to register for a chance to win a PGA golf school package for two or a set of Nike golf clubs as part of the PGA Free Lesson Month Sweepstakes.

WCI Communities creates amenity-rich, master-planned lifestyle communities, catering to primary, retirement and second-home buyers. The company offers traditional single and multi-family home choices with prices from the mid-$100,000s to just under $1 million. In addition to homebuilding and development, WCI generates revenues from its Prudential Florida Realty business, the second largest residential realty company in Florida; its Wells Fargo-affiliated mortgage services; insurance and title services; and its recreational amenities, as well as through land sales and joint ventures. For more information, visit www.WCICommunities.com.

 

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