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Choose Between Two Options
- $99 for a golf-swing assessment with a follow-up video lesson for one (a $249 value)
- $189 for a golf-swing assessment with a follow-up video lesson for two (a $498 value)<p>
Golfers go to a performance center to have swings recorded, and after a 30-minute lesson, a PGA pro evaluates them using 3-D analysis technology and provides virtual feedback. The assessment includes one follow-up virtual lesson and access to the Golf Swing community website, which features discounted tee times, a wealth of golf tips from pros, and a library to store your golf-swing video for at-home review. Additionally, PGA pros recommend personalized drills based on the data collected for each golfer.<p>
Golf Swing Exchange
Golf Swing Exchange electronically disseminates professional, personalized tips and tricks to players of all skill levels through swing assessments, clinics, and memberships that provide access to its golfing resources. A player embarking on basic swing analysis first pays a visit to the outfit's golf-performance center, where he or she takes practice swings for 30 minutes while a video camera records each drive, chip, and tap-in. Within 24 hours of the session, a PGA professional takes a close look at the recording and offers his expertise via a follow-up virtual lesson, complete with specific drills to correct improper techniques, such as basketball-style dunking. After practicing the drills, the player may submit two more recordings for additional follow-up virtual lessons, ensuring that game-injuring issues heal completely.
Basic membership with Golf Swing Exchange is free, and includes access to its stats tracking, golf tips, and tee-booking system. Golfers can also upgrade for a fee to receive virtual lessons or advanced golf instruction.