Golf instructors provide feedback on swings; club fitters use advanced technology to find the right shaft and clubhead
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Choose Between Two Options
$39 for a one-hour golf swing evaluation or club fitting (a $99 value)
$99 for a one-hour golf swing evaluation and two one-hour followup lessons (a $297 value)
Housed in a former microbrewery outfitted with brick walls and timber-loft ceilings, Proline Golf provides year-round instruction and practice for golfers across the handicap spectrum. A pair of seasoned instructors can be found working on pupils' swings in hitting bays equipped with modern teaching aids such as FlightScope 3D ball-tracking technology. The pros also make use of swing analysis software to help golfers determine the clubset and shaft specifications that best fit their body type and swing.
On a wooden floor painted an apropos shade of green, shoppers peruse racks and shelves of Bettinardi putters, Mizuno iron sets, and apparel by J. Lindeberg. Golfers can also try out clubs on one of the indoor driving-range mats or at the putting green.