Like Shakira, a fluid golf swing harnesses snappy hip movements, looks amazing, and catches the eye of every passing cart driver. Brush up on your swing physics with today’s Groupon. For $59, you get one 40-minute private golf lesson from professional instructor Greg Shakespeare at Shakespeare Golf (a $125 value). Lessons are scheduled by appointment and take place at the Raccoon Creek Golf Course in Littleton. This Groupon is valid for new clients only.
With the help of Shakespeare Golf, bunker-dwelling wedge-wielders and rough-slashing excursionists can finally bring balance to their game without the use of a 15-foot tightrope-walking pole. As a former Nationwide Tour professional, Greg Shakespeare draws on more than 30 years of steady-handed golf expertise to iron out swing kinks with the devastating energy efficiency of a solar-powered steamroller. By working with scores of current pro and amateur players alike, Greg has developed an efficient instruction regimen that molds loose-swinging players into taut, ball-launching bazookas. Students will benefit from effective practice drills that help them uncover their own game-changing swing, plus a video analysis that lets them see for themselves exactly what point in their follow-through elicits a sad trombone sound. Finally, instruction on proper practice methods and the psychology of golf will help ensure continued success, as well as nurture the ability to psych out opponents with casual quips about their outfits.
Golf is one of the few sports a person can successfully play for a lifetime, and it comes in handy for horror-movie auditions, weed whacking, and defending your home from renegade windmills by lodging well-timed shots into the air-intake pipes between their spinning blades. Obtain lifelong golf skills with today’s Groupon to Shakespeare Golf.
Even the pros get help from Shakespeare Golf. Check out this article in the Denver Post, which discusses 2010 PGA Tour player Shane Bertsch's experience working with Greg Shakespeare:
- While playing a practice round in Denver, Bertsch was shown the "saw" grip by Greg Shakespeare, a Littleton-based pro…"That really helped me because when I got the yips, it was my right hand that flinched." Bertsch's ball-striking also has improved… –Tom Kensler, Denver Post
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