Like suntans and long-distance relationships, golf skills disappear if you don't keep working at them. Keep the magic alive with today's deal: for $25, you get a one-hour private lesson at Edwin Watts Golf Academy in Dallas, Arlington, or Southlake.
The swing-analysis lesson is a one-on-one session with one of Edwin Watts' knowledgeable instructors, who have years of teaching and competing experience hidden beneath their pleats. In the one-hour lesson, an instructor will have students showcase their swings in front of a video camera. A human-and-laser-hybrid team will analyze each grip, setup, backswing, and downswing to reveal exactly where and when golfers' little pendulums started hanging out with the wrong crew of slices, hooks, and hamsters. Next, participants will be instructed on how to improve their swings.
Today's deal includes a video copy of the entire lesson transferred onto a digital USB thumb drive to study, practice with, and finally sacrifice to Hephaestus in a fiery ritual to purge golf games of cantankerous club mechanics. With custom swing insights based on precise laser measurements and individual analysis, golfinados ages six and up will be able to retool their swings on drives, chips, putts, and bunts. Students that want a copy of their video lesson should bring along a thumb drive or they can purchase one from the Academy for an additional cost.