Like assembling a picnic table in a windstorm, the sport of golf sorely tests a person's mastery of metal tools during a confrontation with the forces of nature. Today's Groupon teaches dedicated clubbers how to best wield their wares with an hour-long golf lesson and computer-analyzed swing assessment (a $165 total value) from GolfTEC for $50. Drive your cart to either of GolfTEC's two Indy locations in Castleton and Carmel.
As a member of the U.S. Golf Association, both of GolfTEC's golf tech centers are staffed by experienced PGA golfing professionals and computers who’ve been programmed in compliance with the Three Laws of Golfing Robotics, particularly the First (a robot must not move the ball from where it lies or, through inaction, allow a ball to be moved). Motion sensors and high-speed cameras monitor your swing and break down your form on a high-definition video display. GolfTEC’s PGA specialists will then point out flaws, emphasize strengths, and coach you on how to permanently improve your game from tee to green. Their sensors will chirp with approval when you finally execute a perfect stroke or crack an especially witty putting pun.
Golf is a sport of physical precision and aerial dynamics, won and lost by the pendulum of your swing, just like when a grandfather clock tries to knock off the mouse that's climbing up it. All it takes is a dependable golfing pal to help chisel your form with the aid of a little technology. At GolfTEC, the union of man and golfing machine has finally been perfected, and a new day of cybernetically enhanced chipping has dawned, at least until humanity's inevitable twilight under the rule of sentient golfing machines.
Indy.com has featured GolfTEC, chronicling the popularity of the center in Indianapolis.
- What a great way to take golf lessons!! if [sic] you want to learn how to play golf i [sic] would try this… – msucubbybear, Yahoo! Local
- These are the best lessons you can take anywhere. There [sic] instructors are all PGA certified. All lessons can be reviewed on the internet. I can see my swing on every attempt. – Ben, Google Maps