âLessons to the Links
Beginning Monday, June 13th from 5:30 to 7:30
(No Clinic the week of July 4th)
Finally a golf package that makes sense for beginners! Our all-inclusive âLessons to the Links clinic will start you off with instructions from our teaching Pro Mike Dulina and take you through the golf swing over the course of the 8 week program. Midway through, you will begin to learn about the Rules of Golf and etiquette and you will move onto the course for on-course instruction that will you are your game to the next level. The clinic includes 16 hours of lessons and/or playing lessons, golf & cart for playing lessons, use of the range anytime during the entire framework of the lessons (7 days a weekâ€¦not just on the day of your lesson). Bring a friend & a 5% discount is available for both! Bring two or more friends and your entire group will receive a 10% discount.
6 Reasons to Swap the Outdoor Range for Indoor Golf Instruction and Practice
Why has Indoor Golf become the driving-range alternative with tons of appeal? How are golfers improving their game by integrating the indoor golf experience? We sat down with PGA Teaching Professional Tom Pomante to get the answers. As you can imagine, indoor golf offers a distinctly different experience with advantages to players of all levels
A Golf Simulator is an indoor technological device designed to offer a simulated golfing experience to the recreational and professional golfers in their homes and usual workplaces when there hardly presents a chance to get enough free time to go out on the actual real and live golfing course or merely because the universal elements of weather are against you. The Golfing Simulator is an advanced technology designed to give you a virtual simulated reality pertaining to all the real-world golfing course set up with virtual weather patterns bringing out the liveliness and vividness of something designed by technology yet for the experience it gives seemingly so real and thrilling much like the real deal golfing course. It is literally designed with the ability of mimicking an actual real golfing course making the golfer improve on his golfing skills even on an indoor virtual game. The Simulator, unlike the many gaming arcades with trackball nor the Will Sports Gaming player, it is a high-tech machine built to analyze your swing and use computerised models of real courses—golfing courses, ball flight, analysis of swings providing valuable data points for year-round improvement the golfing kind of sport and game. This guide on Watchvibe will help you choose the right projector for golf simulators, it basically operates by combining a unique system of hardware and software components giving users most definitely realistic as well as accurate real-time golfing experience the advanced technological industries of today’s times could possibly offer.
So let’s talk about the benefits that will make the biggest impact on your golf game.
- Privacy and discretion
Indoor golf removes the intimidation factor and anxiety commonly associated with learning something new and/or performing in the company of others.
- Comfortable, climate-controlled environment
Probably the most obvious, but absolutely worth noting: any adverse weather conditions present exactly zero interruption to a regular lesson regimen.
- More consistency
A year-round practice/training schedule helps to avoid slumps and muscle memory loss.
- Sophisticated ball flight data and video swing analysis software
“The visual image of the ball on the screen is virtually no different from how ball flight looks outside,” notes Pomante. “However, the technology provides precise feedback to the teaching professional who interprets the data and conveys the information back to the student in order to address their swing issues and how best to fix them.”
- Better communication
When it comes to lessons, indoor golf encourages one on one communication and greater mutual exchange between student and instructor.
- Focus on the dynamics of the golf swing rather than the outcome
It’s more important to concentrate on the process, rather than getting distracted by the immediate results. “In an outdoor setting, students often become focused on what the ball is doing; doubt can enter their minds and compromise their commitment to the process,” said Pomante. “Any teacher or player will tell you, ‘make a fundamentally good swing and the ball will take care of itself.’”