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Buccaneer Golf Club Has One-Time Free Lesson

April 28, 2005 – PGA Professional Tim Johnston of the Buccaneer Golf Club will offer free 10-minutes lessons in May in conjunction with PGA Free Lesson Month, the national growth-of-the-game campaign and a joint partnership between the PGA of America, Golf Digest, Golf for Women, and The Golf Channel
Throughout the month of May, PGA professionals will offer free 10-minute lessons to help golfers of all levels improve their game. To date, more than 6,100 PGA professionals have signed up.
The Buccaneer Golf Club will offer its free lessons on May 21, from noon to 5 p.m. To participate at the Buccaneer, amateur golfers should call 712-2144 to make an appointment.
"PGA Free Lesson Month is a great opportunity for local non-golfers to come out and get introduced to the game of golf, or for existing golfers to focus on any area they want to improve," said Johnston in a press release announcing the program. "We welcome all those who would like to participate and encourage them to bring a friend or family member and come out and have some fun, regardless of skill level."
In addition to getting a free golf lesson, every golfer who takes a free lesson will be entered with his or her PGA Professional for a chance to win a grand prize sweepstakes package which includes a three-day getaway vacation to Orlando, an appearance on The Golf Channel and a custom-fit set of Nike clubs, footwear, apparel and more. Sweepstakes cards will be available at the Buccaneer Golf Course to those taking a free lesson, or look for one in the May issue of Golf Digest, the May/June issue of Golf For Women or the April 8 issue of Golf World.

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