Golf-club designers often consult aerospace engineers to fulfill dreams of experimental-alloy drivers and converting the solar system into a nine-hole executive course. Take your game to the next frontier with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $22 for a one-hour session in a golf simulator for one (a $60 value)
- $42 for a two-hour session in a golf simulator for two (a $120 value)
- $37 for a one-month Birdie membership (a $74 value), which includes six hours of simulator play, unlimited access to the putting greens and fitness facility, discounts at partner businesses, and a 15% rebate in the pro shop.
- $47 for one golf lesson and video swing analysis (a $95 value)
With TrackMan video-analysis technology, staff technicians can measure club movement and ball flight, with logistics on ball launch, flight, spin rate, and landing.
Golf Solutions 360
The Golf Solutions 360 grounds house a comprehensive cadre of tools designed for the improvement of golf games. Three-screen HD golf simulators allow players to drive into the virtual abyss without having to bribe course trolls to navigate like in real life. TrackMan video-analysis technology charts every aspect of a player’s swing and the ball flight that results, including data on launch and spin rate. To stock up for fieldwork, customers can go to the pro shop, where shelves and racks display name-brand drivers, putters, and apparel from brands such as Titleist, Callaway Golf, and TaylorMade. Exercise equipment tailored to golfers’ needs stands ready to strengthen muscles inside an onsite fitness facility. Throughout Golf Solutions 360’s expanse, friendly staff members man the counters and halls, ready to assist visitors in their quest to perfect their game.
KS Platinum Sports Performance
The certified fitness trainers at KS Platinum Sports Performance have one goal: to train each person who enters their gym to reach their full fitness potential. They helm programs tailored to whipping athletes into shape that focus on honing their bodies for their specific athletic endeavor, whether it be golfing, playing football, or participating in a hot-dog-eating contest. In group boot-camp-style classes and one-on-one training sessions, they motivate nonathletes to build their overall strength and shed pounds. The trainers strive to cultivate an environment of friendly competition among their charges, touting the proverb, "As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another."