From Our Editors
The kinetic whoosh of swinging clubs welcomes golfers into Golf Etc.’s 3,000 square feet or golf equipment and practice facilities. The shop's staff harnesses the latest golf-simulator and launch-monitor technology to break down players’ swings, giving instant feedback of the strengths, weaknesses, and physical tendencies present in each pendulous progression. As pupils practice drives and discuss potential swing corrections, club-fitting software simultaneously deduces the ideal equipment to complement players swing and body type, which can help them upgrade to more ergonomically appropriate sets of irons or crowbars. For less-structured swing sessions, clients can enter a private hitting bay for sessions of off-course practice. The store also peddles an array of golf accouterments from top brands for those who recently lost a golf glove or the natural ability to grow spikes out of their feet.