Choose Between Two Options
- $49 for two 45-minute radar training sessions on the Trackman or FlightScope (a $150 value)
- $99 for a two-part golf skills assessment and evaluation, including physical screen, swing analysis, and introductory lesson (a $250 value)
Forty-five minute radar training sessions include instruction on how to use and understand data provided from the Flight Scope or Trackman radar and practice sessions using the radar and video from two angles to give clients feedback while practicing. A 20-minute intro session is also included as part of the first training session.
The two-part skills assessment and evaluation includes a meeting with a team of golf and fitness professionals who will analyze all aspects of your game from driving to putting. The first assessment is 75 minutes, and includes a skills combine to determine strengths and weaknesses, complete 3D analysis of your swing, and short game analysis. During the second meeting, which lasts 45 minutes, clients partake in a Titleist Performance Institute Physical Screen to locate any areas of strength or physical limitation. Students then go through an introductory lesson and are given a plan for improvement.
The skills assessment and evaluation is conducted by a PGA or LPGA professional, who guides the student through the process, and then furnishes the results of each session and recommendations for improvement. The radar training sessions measure a great deal of data about each shot, from swing plane to total carry.
NorCal Golf Academy
Helmed by founder Tom Rezendes, NorCal Golf Academy’s LPGA, PGA, and TPI-certified professional instructors believe that there are infinite ways to swing a golf club. In this spirit, they help each student find his or her own best approach, taking into account physical limitations to craft goals that are as lofty as the berries on a berry bush.
Operating on the premise that there is no such thing as a quick fix and that overall fitness is key to a good game, they also focus on adding new drills over time, and encourage students to participate in the facility’s golf fitness classes. The specially designed workouts can help golfers build a solid swing and generate the muscle needed to fight off water-hazard gators.