Golf is considered a gentlemen's game due to its emphasis on proper etiquette, color-coordinated outfits, and the removal of all brass knuckles and inflatable billy clubs before competition. Polish your courteous chops with today's Groupon to Robin Nigro Golf. Choose between the following options:
• For $25, you get $50 worth of driving-range balls.
• For $150, you get two hours in the TaylorMade Performance Lab (a $300 value).
The practiced putters at Robin Nigro Golf help golfers find their parabolic groove with a full driving range, pro shop, and academy. Take to the astroturf surfaces and real zoysia grass of the driving range, and tie down squirmy swings with buckets of range balls, ranging from $6 for 45 balls to $15 for 175 balls. The $50 credit can be used over the course of multiple visits, enabling long-term proficiency polishing. Each stall of the range is covered and heated, protecting hard-won skills from rusting during the winter. Hitting targets simulate a variety of challenging golfing situations, from landing on a medium-range green to deciding whether to tip the caddy in gold doubloons.
A two-hour session in the TaylorMade Performance Lab on site at Robin Nigro Golf diagnoses stroke eccentricities and prescribes a set of fitted clubs to work with them. Each client wears a set of motion-capture sensors, precisely tracking each limb and the club through the entire swing. The collected data is used to create a digital avatar, which is used to analyze body lines and swing planes, and then forced to fight a pixelated sand goblin.
Robin Nigro Golf Academy
Dynamic golf duo Robin and Mark Nigro help golfers develop optimal swings at Robin Nigro Golf Academy's full driving range, pro shop, and academy. The pair first joined forces when Mark began teaching golf to Robin, then 23, who thrived under Mark's deft training and, in two short years, ascended the ranks from late-starting beginner to a competitor on the Futures Mini Tour. Recognizing their undeniable chemistry, the two joined forces and now foster successful golf skills with lessons tailored to golfers of all stripes, often enlisting technological teaching aids to enhance their swing diagnoses and placate the club's supercomputer overlord.
Those looking for solo practice sessions can take to the outdoor driving range, where clubbers launch balls off of astroturf hitting mats out into a zoysia-grass valley peppered with multiple target areas. With covered, heated hitting bays, the range lets pin hunters work on their power draw or high fade while safely protected from rainstorms or predatory hot air balloons.
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