The colder weather has arrived, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop golfing. If you want to keep your game sharp or make improvements to your swing over the winter, keep your golf bag handy and consider scheduling a lesson or play with the pro utilizing an indoor golf simulator.
Here are plenty of options and benefits to “staying in the game” year round.
1) Golf with your friends and choose your favorite course from around the world with perfect conditions while standing on level surface. To spice it up, consider scheduling a one-hour “on course” lesson with me and I will give you invaluable pointers along the way.
2) Schedule a private lesson with V-1 Video or a group lesson (2-5 persons) while enjoying your favorite beverage.
3) To re-enforce the learning progress, swing drills and golf specific exercises will be implemented to assure proper movement patterns for your swing. Stay tuned for my golf conditioning class coming in 2020!
4) The use of a Trackman or indoor simulator during a lesson is a valuable tool that can detect the exact distance you are carrying the ball with each club. The art and science of the Trackman provides stunning graphics and feedback with every shot. You will also be able to determine your swing path, ball speed and how the spin rate effects your distance and direction.
Whatever your desire, lessons can be tailored to meet your specific needs and goals.
Get a jump start on my Black Friday Gift Certificate Specials!
Buy a 45-minute lesson for $70 with simulator and bring a friend for free! (Regular price for two with simulator is $110).
Buy 5 half-hour lessons for $255 with simulator (Regular price with simulator $350).
Both offers available through Nov. 30, 2019. Lessons good through March 15, 2020.
To purchase or schedule a lesson call/text 734-731-0238 or email firstname.lastname@example.org | North Shore Members may schedule on Foretees. Please check North Shore’s simulator availability, secure your time, then book your simulator lesson. NOTE: In the event the simulator is booked lessons may be taken with the use of the hitting net.