What You'll Get
In the world of professional golf, the US Open is far more popular than the US Closed—the semiannual event in which golfers can only swing their putters for the purpose of shutting books or building fences. Prepare for the pros with today's Groupon: for $99, you get a 90-minute Titleist Performance Institute (TPI) physical screen session, including a short-game and swing assessment, plus an equipment evaluation, with Brad Pluth Golf at Halla Greens in Chanhassen (a $290 value).
Brad Pluth Golf transforms befallen golf games with personalized lessons and equipment fittings for children and adults of all skill levels. During each 90-minute session, players undergo a TPI physical screen assessment ($125 value), plus short-game and full-swing assessments ($90 value) designed to pinpoint problematic golf areas. To cap off the comprehensive visit, clients receive an equipment evaluation ($75 value) to ensure they are wielding the most appropriate clubs for their game. After the lesson, students receive a video compilation of their putting, chipping, and driving techniques. Additionally, to enhance the applicability of their newly acquired knowledge, club sluggers walk away with three custom, golf-specific workouts to try out in the raw, well-manicured golfosphere.
Brad Pluth has been instructing the artful game and playful art of golf for more than 10 years. During lessons, instead of yelling with gravy in his mouth, Brad makes a constant effort to keep the gathering upbeat and interactive, while still supporting his words with scientific principles.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 12, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only at Halla Greens location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Brad Pluth Golf
Brad Pluth Golf has earned the PGA’s golf clap of approval by using high-tech equipment to give players an edge. The golf emporium’s custom club fittings rely on the Ping nflight system, a virtual modeling system that produces club-head specs precisely calibrated for each golfer’s swing. Other training approaches include the biomechanical swing analysis, which evaluates players’ techniques so they know how to correct their slices or compensate for the fact that they’re hitting with a cricket bat. In addition to private and semi-private adult lessons, youth leagues ready clubbers as young as 4 to play nine holes and participate in tournaments.