Shopping for golf clubs is a lot like buying a used car: always get the one that drives into the fewest trees. Drive straight and true with today’s Groupon to Miami Golf. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get $20 worth of golf merchandise.
- For $20, you get $50 worth of golf merchandise.
Gift certificates can be redeemed online or in store, though they cannot be used toward the purchase of golf balls or shipping.
Miami Golf equips players with high-quality clubs, GPS gadgets, golf bags, and apparel to help shave points off course scores and look trendy doing so. Players can garb clubs in light-hearted penguin attire with a Proactive animal head cover ($19.99), shield torsos from the elements with a Nike Men’s Sphere React Cool polo, or get a grip with a Callaway Tour Authentic glove to adequately throw a 9-iron into the water after an unruly slice. Miami Golf also stocks high-quality clubs from iconic manufacturers such as Titleist, Mizuno, Ping, and TaylorMade. Golf gurus can expand their sporting collection with chipping baskets, electronic putting cups, and SkyCaddie handheld GPS systems for easy navigation around both sprawling greens and mini-golf courses with treacherous hazards unsafe for foot travel.
Miami Golf pairs a technologically refined training center and a vast selection of golf gear to help golfers hone their game year-round. Rather than attempting to craft their own wedges by taping doorstops to the end of fishing poles, golfers can visit the retail section, which sells clubs, clothing, and equipment from top brands such as Adidas, Ben Hogan, Momentus Golf, and TaylorMade. Miami Golf's practice studio offers game-grooming lessons and services that enlist swing-tracking technology, video swing analysis, and launch monitors, which use Doppler technology to record variables such as spin, ball speed, and the likelihood of indoor thunderstorms. Students can further enhance their swings with custom club-fitting services, which measure swing profile and body dimensions to pair players with their optimal set of clubs. Club technicians also provide repairs and adjustments for broken shafts or players who need an experimental grip to start putting with their feet.