Field Of Dreams Experience – Privately Owned Golf Course Setting
Cost: $400 (for up to two people) for three hours of personal instruction with Justin.
Join Justin in this rare opportunity to play and practice on a privately owned golf course set in a beautiful northeast San Diego location. Sharing the experience with students has elicited a great many responses. Most are in awe of the setting and several have commented, “It’s the Field of Dreams for golf”. An exceptional environment for any golfer that wants to improve their game and enjoy the peacefulness and serenity of one of the most beautiful settings in all of San Diego.
- Ability to play any shot the student could imagine from any yardage, allows the student to truly work on all aspects of their game.
- Very personal, private setting: Just you and Justin, no one else on the course, creating an environment that is optimal for learning.
- Improve visualization and technique by watching Justin play the same shot and talk about the various options.
“Just wanted to say thanks. My dad called me today to rave about the lesson & the location. He’s pretty excited about his game & getting some better results. Much appreciated.” Greg Cohn
“I wasn’t sure what to expect driving onto the grounds, I was stunned and in awe of the surroundings. I was like a kid in a candy store and didn’t know where I wanted to start. Wow – what an experience. Thanks Justin!” Tom Dougherty
“I can only describe this venue in one word-WOW! If you have the desire to work on your game, get better, and have more fun playing golf, this experience is a must to help you to achieve your goals. The well maintained, private golf course setting makes for a great atmosphere to truly connect with Justin and come away with a greater understanding of how your golf game stacks up. I highly recommend taking advantage of this unique learning experience opportunity. I can say that, without a doubt, the Field of Dreams is the best learning environment I’ve had the pleasure of using in my 45 years of swinging a golf club!” Monty Leong