Mastering a peerless golf swing requires intense concentration on the arc of the club and a healthy disregard for the condition of your neighbor's statue garden. Control your projectile's path with today's Groupon for golf lessons with PGA-certified instructor Lucas Cohen at Start to Finish Golf Academy in Pembroke Pines. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get a semiprivate, 90-minute golf lesson including email follow-up (a $60 value).
- For $69, you get a private, 60-minute, comprehensive golf lesson including video swing analysis and email follow-up (a $150 value).
Golf guru Lucas Cohen reduces the subtle art-science of the golf swing to its simple component parts, making sound technique an obtainable goal for players of all experience levels. At the outset of each lesson, Lucas builds a player profile that outlines each pupils’ course goals, golf background, and traumatic encounters with demonic ball-washers to better understand how best to foster improvement on an individual level. The versatile pedagogue helps students hone any facet of their game including driving, putting, and bunker play.
Students in semiprivate lessons reap 90 minutes of Lucas’s close attention, as class sizes do not exceed four golf squires. Those opting for the private lesson enjoy the added benefit of slow-motion video swing analysis, which provides a visual aid that crisply captures shot-mangling swing deficiencies and reveals unsightly neck hair that would otherwise go unnoticed. For both options, customers receive an email follow-up, and the private golf lesson includes video and instruction from the lesson for future reference and as a means of tracking their continued progress. Groupon customers have access to the use of free golf clubs with this deal.
Start to Finish Golf
The founder of Start to Finish Golf, PGA-certified instructor Lucas Cohen, helps golfers improve their swings with a simple, effective teaching philosophy. Cohen’s Start to Finish Concept focuses on establishing the proper grip, posture, alignment, and ball position. The curriculum also stresses finishing the swing on balance and holding the postswing pose—back heel off the ground, club wrapped around the opposite shoulder, hips facing the target, and eyes toward the judges after sticking the landing—well after contact. Cohen and his team of instructors have honed their practice with more than 25 years experience and 30,000 lessons taught.
The Start to Finish concept’s underlying philosophy is that golfers who begin and end their swing with sound, consistent form are likely to excel when making contact with the ball in the middle of the swing. Cohen has proven that his methods work, as he has twice been published in PGA Magazine and boasts a record of success as a player, a coach, and a sand-wedge sorcerer.