Training to become a professional golfer, like becoming a professional banker, requires countless hours of practice and an understanding of how to cash jumbo-size checks. Keep your eyes on the novelty-sized prize with today’s Groupon for golf packages at Driving Force in Broomfield. Choose from the following options:
For $29, you get a one-hour private golf lesson (a $75 value).<p>
- For $30, you get three one-hour passes (a $60 value), which are valid for the following:
- Hitting-bay practice
- Putting area
For $30, you get a Titleist golf-fitness screening with a customized golf workout (an $80 value).<p>
- For $55, you get two private golf lessons (a $150 value).</p>
A seasoned staff of PGA- and Titleist-certified pros conduct mental, physical, and golf-specific training inside Driving Force’s climate-controlled, 3500-square-foot indoor driving range and practice facility. One-hour lessons, which includes an overall fitness evaluation and an equipment fitting, focus on a range of skills, such as swing mechanics, short game, putting, and “fore” yodeling. Then, after a short survey, instructors go over golf’s mental aspects, working to instill calm temperaments and course-management skills for future rounds. Otherwise, clients can opt for the Titleist golf fitness screening where TPI-certified instructors, drawing from the injury-prevention and swing-management techniques laid out by the Titleist Performance Institute, help students understand how physical fitness can impact their golf scores. During evaluations, a team of golf, fitness, and medical professionals prepare bodies for the repetitive movements needed to be successful in golf, such as making powerful drives or arm wrestling caddies. Physical screenings factor in mobility, strength, balance, and physical limitations in order to craft a custom swing improvement workout for each individual.
Driving Force sports five hitting bays, as well as short-game and putting areas, complete with sand traps for all-weather golfing and easy hourglass assembly. In addition to its golf-specific apparatuses, the comprehensive training facility also boasts an aerobic-skills area and a bevy of strength-based training tools.
Driving Force Golf
It’s possible to tinker with your swing all year long at Driving Force Golf—its 3,500 square foot indoor facility features practice equipment designed to help you hone all facets of your game. Feel free to practice on five hitting bays, an indoor putting green, and a short game practice area. In addition, Driving Force Golf's new golf simulator lets golfers play on 68 world famous courses.
The staff features instructors with PGA- and Titleist Performance Institute certification. Lessons cover a wide-ranging curriculum that includes golf-centric fitness evaluations, swing technique feedback, equipment fitting, course strategy advice, and demonstrations on how to turn a curtain rod into a sandwedge.