the driving range or maybe the par 3 at dentonia.
no offense intended, but the last thing anyone wants to see on the golf course is a person in front of them that absolutely doesn't know how to play. you really need to practice first at a driving range and make sure you know how to hit the ball. from there you can play at a par 3 to practice your skills around the green. once you can confidently make contact and make a chip and a putt, even if you are shitty at it, you are ready to try playing on a real course. the game just takes too long for a person with no idea how to play to be on there in the miidst of everyone else.