Golf-club designers often consult aerospace engineers to fulfill dreams of experimental-alloy drivers and converting the solar system into a nine-hole executive course. Take your game to the next frontier with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $19 for one hour in the E6 Golf Simulator (up to a $60 value)
- $29 for two hours in the E6 Golf Simulator (up to an $80 value)
- $49 for four hours in the E6 Golf Simulator (a $160 value)
The golf simulator recreates the views and physics of playing real golf inside a comfortable indoor environment. Rendering high-quality graphics and realistic playing elements, the simulators allow golfers to play more than 30 world-famous courses, including Pebble Beach, Pinehurst #2, and Bethpage Black. An 18-hole round typically takes a half hour for one golfer, an hour for two golfers, and two hours for four golfers. The facility also rents clubs to players in need.
Radar Golf Academy
Using the most advanced technology available, Radar Golf Academy's talented golf instructors enhance the abilities and skills of all types of golfers, from greenhorns to green-jacket holders. As the centerpiece of the curriculum, Radar Golf's TrackMan analysis technology helps instructors correct swing imbalances and improve ball spin, distance, and accuracy. To delve even further into the murky abyss of an imperfect swing, a duo of instructors helps harness and interpret TrackMan analytics in private lessons. In addition to their TrackMan sessions and instruction, Radar Golf Academy reshafts and repairs clubs and trains clients in the art of golf-club sword fights that now determine tournament tiebreakers.
Radar Golf Academy
The idiom “practice makes perfect” may apply to a lot of things, but golf fundamentals can be so off that hours of practice just means practicing the wrong things over and over without ever improving. Radar Golf Academy aims to fix this by using advanced technology to enhance the abilities and skills of all types of golfers, from greenhorns to green-jacket holders.
Its instructors employ TrackMan doppler-radar technology—used multiple days a week during the PGA, LPGA, and European tour seasons by top players—to correct swing imbalances and improve ball spin, distance, and accuracy. The technology combined with tips from the instructors can improve both long and short games. The instructors also analyze swings using high-speed video, and they reshaft and repair clubs.
Once clients know how to improve their game and have the proper tools to do so, they can take to the greens to practice the steps from their personalized game-improvement plans and the golf-club sword fights that now determine tournament tiebreakers.