Golf obstacles parallel life challenges and reinforce the conventional wisdom that the only way to escape rough patches is through excessive clubbing. Power through impediments with this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
- $99 for four hours in a full-swing simulator (a $200 value)
- $125 for four 30-minute individual golf lessons (a $250 value)
- $275 for five one-hour individual golf lessons (a $550 value)
- $899 for a four-month membership (a $1,800 value)
- $59 for a one-hour private golf lesson (a $140 value)<p>
During lessons, an instructor demystifies the subtle art and science of the golf swing with the help of Dartfish video analysis. Dartfish technology breaks down each player’s swing into a slideshow and even compares it against swings of professional players. After the lesson, City Golf Boston creates an online profile for each individual, complete with videos of their swings, instructor notes, and custom practice advice. Alternatively, the full-swing simulator presents students with a digital replication of a golf course to help them further improve their game.<p>
Membership includes weekly access to the CitySim golf simulator, free lunch with lessons or CitySim booking, free club fitting, an all-day member guest pass for $70, and unlimited indoor golf lessons.<p>
CityGolf's managing owner and head golf professional, Gary Parker, brings a Class A PGA certification and more than two decades of teaching experience to CityGolf, earning him Boston magazine's Best Golf Pro in 2007. Gary and his team of PGA-certified aces preside over year-round golfing activities inside CityGolf Boston's studios and their modern golf-training facilities, including a brand new downtown Boston location. Pros tailor instruction to individuals during lessons to help straighten out swings with the assistance of Dartfish video swing analysis, which reveals every ill-timed motion, errant clubface position, and argyle-clad poltergeist affecting each shot. A virtual-reality simulator recreates the environments of more than 30 legendary courses, and a 280-square-foot putting green challengers players' ability to read breaking greens.