Golf is a sport of physical precision and aerial dynamics, won and lost upon the pendulum of your swing and the likeliness of a sudden, heresy-triggered toad rain. Brush up on your golf physics with today's Groupon to Clubgolf Performance Center. For $45, you get three group golf lessons at Clubgolf's indoor training center in Gaithersburg's Rio Center. Your three sessions must be used over three consecutive weeks, and you can get up to two Groupons to have six weeks of class.
During a Clubgolf lesson, you'll learn the trigonometry of the perfect swing without having to figure out the function key on your TI-83 calculator. Clubgolf is a performance golf center with a 1,200-square-foot indoor putting green fully equipped with high-tech tools for video swing analysis and 3-D diagnostic evaluations. You'll learn the proper way to align and hit the ball through practice time and personal attention (class size is limited to three to five students). Beginners, dabblers, and hole-in-one trophy holders can benefit from the PGA-professional instructors at Clubgolf. Plus, Clubgolf's indoor facilities help you prepare for sunny skies by giving you a golf fix on snowy days. Brush up on your skills and bring boogie back to the torturous seventh hole, where all your rusty, out-of-practice golf-mates will gnash sand with envy.
Far from the Scottish mores of yore, today’s game of golf is driven by the scientific resolve of golfing scientists who used to be mechanical engineers. Group golf lessons are ideal for family bonding, office bonding, double dates, or for men and women who hope to bond, work together, or double date in the future. After your lessons, you and your new pals can spend countless afternoons comparing each other's haircuts, exchanging middle names, and wearing argyle, polo shirts, and fabulous hats while you sip lemonade and gin on the golf course. Call ahead to schedule your lessons.
- The Clubgolf Performance Center…offers golfers the chance to know exactly what's wrong with their body and their game, then gives them the means to fix them using high-tech devices and a qualified staff….There isn't one part of your game that you can't work on. – Ryan Mink, Washington Post
While the game of golf is always played outdoors, practicing is often better served indoors, where variables such as weather and turf quality can be controlled. Though Club Golf actually operates in both environments—it also does business at Blue Mash Golf Course—its primary facility is an indoor, golf-dedicated training center that helps players improve their game with an arsenal of hitting bays and swing-analysis devices. Among these are a pair of Trackman launch monitors, which measure a host of swing factors including club-head speed and launch angle, and six V1 Video Analysis Systems, which help players understand the precise mechanics of their swing, from address to backswing.
But it's not all about technology, unlike Ivan Drago's unnatural workout routine in Rocky IV. The club also features a 1,200-square-foot putting green and a short-game practice area with a bunker, as well as fitness equipment to help players transform themselves into long-driving, straight-hitting golfing machines.
Overseeing all of this swinging, measuring, sand-blasting, and dumbbell-curling are a pair of PGA-certified instructors, Ryan Chaney, John Hafera, Brendon Post, and Joy Bonhurst. Each conducts private and group lessons in the facility, and then helps students make the transition outdoors through lessons on course strategy and decision-making.
9811 Washingtonian Blvd.
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