Anyone can pickup a song book and learn how to play along with the sheet music. Any guitar instructor can teach you how to read sheet music and play along. We strive to give our students more then that. Our goal is to produce a well rounded guitar player who understands what they are playing and can literally play any song,
A lifelong golfer who has putted and driven her way to three Women's U.S. Opens while earning her way in to the PGA Quarter Century Club, course professional Dawn Darter knows the ins, overs, and outs of The Greens' stunningly styled slopes—as well as its recently renovated greens and fairways. During each 45-minute private lesson, Darter tweaks swing mechanics with exercises that incorporate posture, wrist motion, and diaphragm control for more pleasant-sounding victory yodels. Mentor and PGA Professional Life Member Tom Hanson is also on-hand to instruct golfers in new tactics for skimming strokes from long and short games. If you'd rather skip to the part where you hit a ball so hard that it circumnavigates the globe and clonks you in the back of the head, head to the driving range area with a ball key card worth 12 large buckets, or 576 golf balls, and spend an afternoon blissfully pretending that each ball is the unusually small, dimpled white head of your boss.
Balls-N-Strikes' fully astroturfed, 10,000-square-foot facility helps budding baseball stars fine-tune their swing and pitch accuracy with batting cages and professional, one-on-one training sessions. A half-hour in a climate-controlled batting cage invites guests to hone control by taking aim at baseballs, softballs, and imaginary meatballs fired from a personal pitching cannon. Patrons seeking tailored playing advice can meet up with a college or Division I baseball instructor for a 30- or 60-minute training session. Beneath the complex’s 35-foot ceilings, burgeoning pitchers can employ the hawk-eyed perception of a seasoned professional to improve ball grip and overall throwing form. Batters benefit from a one-on-one hitting analysis, wherein a swat guru critiques swings and at-bat stance while demonstrating Socratic arguing techniques on life-size stuffed umpires.