Turn your bogeys into birdies and your eagles into condors with a newly improved golf swing. Today's deal gets you four 30-minute private lessons ($75 per lesson) and a full K-VEST golf-swing analysis ($99) with seasoned golf pro Keith Jarvis (a $399 total value) Your first lesson will be devoted to the swing analysis, which takes approximately 15 minutes, followed by professional feedback and helpful tips for improvement. All lessons must be scheduled in advance.
K-VEST TPI 3-D is a portable, wireless system that lets you use live video, real-time audio, and visual biofeedback to get quick summaries on six swing essentials. Three state-of-the-art sensors in the vest, belt, and glove pick up data from your swing and transfer it to a computer. If you raise your club casually during the backswing, K-VEST knows. If your body turns toward the target in the backswing, K-VEST knows. If your backswing is about to hit a bystander, K-VEST knows (and snickers).
After your initial session and analysis, you will receive three additional 30-minute lessons with Keith Jarvis, during which he will butter your swing like a happy macaroni. Jarvis has been teaching and playing professionally for nearly 20 years in the United States, Japan, and Mexico. He was a head honcho at The Heritage Golf Club in Atlanta and currently is a staff instructor for the Northcrest Academy of Golf.
- It's called the K-VEST and since its arrival on the golf scene in 2006, it has been greeted with much fanfare from some of the game's most distinguished and celebrated players. – Jim McCabe, Boston Globe
- Learned so much about my swing that I never knew. I understand now where all of my issues on the golf course come from… Keith is a real pro. – Jason J, testimonial
Currently the Head Golf Professional and Director of Instruction at The Heritage Golf Club, Keith Jarvis calls upon his 24 years of experience as a professional player and coach to enhance each lesson. Students perfect swings for extra distance off the tee and practice short-game precision for more one-putts and fewer galleries showered with sand. Lesson programs incorporate the K-Vest trainer, worn to limit extraneous movements and develop muscle memory during the swing, and Tomi putting equipment, which helps putters develop a consistent stroke.