Golf parallels life in that the only way to escape rough patches is through aggressively swinging a club at something. Power through obstacles with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $75 for a full performance club fitting (a $150 value)
- $25 for $50 worth of golf gear or services
Golfers garner expert input during a club fitting for their woods and irons. This includes swing analysis and FlightScope—programs that plot how golfers hit the ball and prescribe which shafts are optimal for their swing.
For the second option, Zero Friction tees are $4.99, FootJoy gloves are $9.99, and Adidas and Puma shirts range from $49.99 to $64.99. The second option can also be used toward services such as iron or wood performance fittings ($75 each).
At Golf Etc., a certified True Temper Performance Fitting Center, expert staffers take care of golfers on and off the course with custom club fittings, equipment repair, and high-performance gear and apparel. Using technology as part of their custom Better Golf…Faster! (BGF) system, pros analyze swings with charted and plotted data that assesses each player’s unique swing motion and diagnoses an optimal club length, weight, and type of shaft. They combine this with the FlightScope program, which uses 3-D Doppler radar to analyze ball-flight information, the same system used by weatherman to track clouds when they fly south for the winter. They integrate data correlating to ball speed, shot shape, and angle of attack into the BGF system to create a multifaceted club prescription.
To keep golfers looking as good as their swings, Golf Etc. stocks a full line of athletic gear and apparel from top golf brands such as Ping, Titleist, and Callaway. The shop also houses a Sports-O-Zone equipment sanitizer that uses ozone to rid gear of odor, bacteria, and viruses.
81% of 32 customers recommend
“Friendly staff, very knowledgeable , they work with the customers with any concerns or questions with the product or service ”
“Mike was great.”
“Staff very helpful. The store was extremely neat and easy to negotiate.”