Like Shakira, a fluid golf swing harnesses snappy hip movements, looks amazing, and catches the eye of every passerby. Brush up on your swing physics with today’s Groupon: for $8, you get 25 warm-up range balls and unlimited play on the GolfPlex four-hole training course at the University of North Florida (up to a $16 value).
The well-maintained course consists of only four golf holes, but each provides different angles, lengths, hazards, and other challenging conditions to practice every shot in your bag of sticks. The GolfPlex training facility is equally equipped for a quick practice during lunch breaks or an entire afternoon basking in your swing mechanics. Golf is a gradual game, so it's not beneficial to race to the first tee and swing abruptly, especially if your hack gets you negative yards. Today's deal gets you 25 balls at the driving range to warm up the pendulum, preheat the muscles, and consider changing into some Madras knickers before you even hit the course. Today's Groupon also gets you 20% off at the pro shop, plus access to fitting services and private instruction at GolfPlex's facilities.
Despite the cruel tyranny of societal judgment, this illegitimate child of a driving range and a full-length golf course has grown up to be a legit training course for avid golfers. Head to the practice course and driving range for a day of bonding with Dad this Father's Day, or secretly practice your skills before challenging your boss to hit the links before your annual review.
GolfPlex at University of North Florida
The GolfPlex at University of North Florida's Hayt Golf Learning Center boasts a comprehensive golf training facility that can introduce new golfers to the game or help more advanced players take their skills to the next level. Power Tee range technology automatically replaces range balls after each swing at 40 adjustable tee heights, allowing golfers to hit more balls, maintain stance, and develop rhythm. As players swipe balls off of a synthetic Fiberbuilt strike mat, the Power Tee machine logs the number of hits, and a half-inch standing mat cushions carefully planted stances or victory laps around the stall. GolfPlex's experts also provide a full spectrum of instruction including lessons, camps, and player development programs that can focus on short-game or full-swing skill sets. An onsite golf shop keeps players properly outfitted with apparel and shoes from Nike and matches them with fresh new clubs or reshafts old, broken-in ones.