Day 1 covers the basics, including how to get around the clubhouse and practice areas, why there are different clubs in your bag. and putting, which provides the sheer excitement of rolling the ball into the hole. Day 2 offers warm-up, stretching and wellness tips; the best ways to hold the club and get ready before taking a swing, and the basics of chipping, pitching and other shots from short distances to gett the ball close to the hole. Beginners literally get into the swing of things on Day 3, which features becoming comfortable with the full swing, using irons to loft the ball in the air and onto the green, and the meaning of such golf words as fairway, rough, tee box, green, divot, bunker and more. The creators of Get Golf Ready call Day 4 “Driving School,” because it features swinging the driver and other “big” clubs to hit the long shots, the importance of starting play from the correct tee markers in order to have more fun and less frustration in those early times as a golfer and helpful short cuts to save time during play. Day 5 is the wrap-up day of this series that puts together the elements learned during the previous four sessions. It includes linking all that you’ve learned to play a few holes; tips for playing in groups, on teams and other fun ways to play; becoming more comfortable on the course, reviewing the rules and keeping score, and importantly more opportunities to return and play golf. The bottom line is that in addition to teaching these basics, pros guide beginners onto the golf course to put those skills into action in a casual, friendly setting. Golf Clubs, balls and other equipment are provided for during the program.