Reason Golf Academy

2317 Colonial Blvd., Fort Meyers, FL 33907 2317 Colonial Blvd., Fort Meyers Directions
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Report | a year ago
The vendor kept putting off the deal --over 6 months of waiting --and I gave up. Left messages, did not return my call.
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Report | 2 years ago
I was scammed by Mark Reason who first claimed he has giving 1.5 lessons instead of one so only owed i more lesson. I paid for three lessons. Mark wasted half the time complaining about the venue, how busy he was and then charged us $30 for a home made DVD which he pressured us to buy and then also charged $6 fo a green fee (or something. He then cancelled the next lesson and said he would refund $50 and mail me a check which he never did even after numerous emails which he did not respond to as well as phone calls I made to him. Quality of lesson was Poor!!! I speak as a retired high school teacher and department head. He ripped me off and from my experience has no integrity. I based my purchase on the fact that lessons were given at Sports Authority which gave me a comfort level which I now regret. Neither Sports Authority nor Groupon should be doing business with Mark Reason as it soils your brand names.
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Ben Hogan became one of the best golfers of all time because he built a golf swing that performed better with the more pressure he put it under. It would become known as the "delayed release" swing, a timeless example of pure form that continues to inspire golfers and enhance their game. Mark Reason has been using this approach to help students build their own dependable swing mechanics for more than three decades.

All of Mark Reason's services at Reason Golf Academy—from swing analysis to sales of training DVDs to club fitting—are dedicated to helping golfers develop sound, consistent swings. Spreading the wisdom of Hogan's "delayed release" like a veritable Johnny Appleseed of golf, Mark has split time between the states of Florida, known for its innumeral golf courses, and Michigan, known for having the hardest green to hit in the world, the Upper Peninsula.

Mark teaches group clinics and private lessons, primarily coaching students to adopt more vertical swing axes. Where his powers of observation end, a P3ProSwing golf analyzer picks up, reading each swing within a golf simulator and providing feedback with a multitude of data, such as club-face angle, sweet-spot deviation, and each golf ball's ultrasonic cries of pain.

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